Bullet hits sleeping child's bed in Southeast Portland
Bullets hit a home in Southeast Portland's Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood early Friday, Feb. 26 — and one passed through the bed of a sleeping child.
According to police, officers responded to the shooting just after 3 a.m. Feb. 26. The Portland Police Bureau said at least eight bullets hit a house in the 6700 block of Southeast 66th Avenue.
Two adults and two children, ages 13 and 12, were inside the home at the time. One of the bullets hit the bed where the 12-year-old boy was sleeping, police said. Photos released by the bureau showed bullet holes in the child's mattress and pillow.
No one was hurt.
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