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In other crime news from East Multnomah County, a 21-year-old man was killed by gunfire, and a body was recovered from a state park.

VIA KOIN - Alfredo Guzman-Padilla A man was sentenced to 13.5 years in prison for sexually assaulting a Wood Village mother and her 5-year-old daughter.

Alfredo Guzman-Padilla's sentencing was announced Friday morning, Aug. 13, by District Attorney Mike Schmidt. According to court documents, Guzman-Padilla broke into the victims' home one morning in January 2020. Guzman-Padilla sexually assaulted the woman and young girl. He was arrested a few hours later at an apartment complex near where the break-in and assault occurred.

Guzman-Padilla pled to two counts of first-degree sex abuse and first-degree burglary. He also pled to two counts of misdemeanor public indecency for conduct committed prior to his arrest.

During the court proceedings, the victim had a statement read — "One day you will have to face not only the horrific attack you did to me, but the horrific attack you placed upon my daughter. You did not win It was not OK and what is OK is you being put right where you belong."

Gresham 21-year-old killed by gunfire

The Gresham Police Department is investigating the death of a 21-year-old Gresham man who was shot and killed late last week.

According to police, a series of shots were fired in the early morning of Friday, Aug. 13 near the area of Southeast 15th Street and Southeast Woodland Drive. Upon arrival officers discovered Dominic Jacoby, a Barlow High School graduate, suffering a gunshot wound. Medical personnel were called, but the victim died at the scene.

If you have information about the homicide, call the Gresham Police Tip Line at 503-618-2719

Death investigation at Rooster Rock State Park

A body was found Friday, Aug. 13, at Rooster Rock State Park, in the Columbia River Gorge.

Oregon State Police detectives are leading the investigation. No information is being released at this time.

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