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Suspect in triple-shooting at Springfield apartment complex charged with Murder.

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Suspect in triple-shooting at Springfield apartment complex charged with Murder.

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Charges:
Murder, Assault I (x2), Assault II (x2), Unlawful Use of a Weapon

Springfield police charged a 23 year-old Springfield man with murder after an hours long investigation overnight, which began with a shooting inside an apartment on West Centennial Blvd. last night at about 6:30 p.m. Police received 9-1-1 calls reporting gunfire and that people had been shot.

Jordan Wyatt Ledbetter, age 23 of 506 West Centennial Blvd. Apartment 92 is charged with Murder and related assault and weapons charges and will be lodged at the Lane County Jail. Police are withholding the relationships between the shooter and the victims names at this time until notification of next of kin can be accomplished. But this information will be forthcoming.

When officers arrived on last night they encountered a chaotic scene with two victims suffering from gunshot wounds lying at the base of a staircase leading to the involved apartment. These two victims had been shot in the chest and arm respectively, and while conscious and breathing, were in need of urgent medical care. The man who died, was one of these two men who had been shot in the chest. He had been immediately transported via EMS to Riverbend hospital. He received emergency medical attention throughout the evening but ultimately died from the traumatic gunshot wound shortly after 1 a.m.

Police worked through the night at the apartment complex and have seized evidence, including the gun used in the shooting, which was located outside the apartment.

Two other victims, one shot in the arm and a third, who had been shot in the neck, are still recovering from their injuries and both underwent medical treatment yesterday evening.

Police had initially responded to this incident as a potential “active-shooter” scenario, a call that typically creates widespread police response from surrounding jurisdictions to help in containing the shooter. Such was the case in this instance, with spontaneous responses of officers from Eugene, Lane County Sheriff’s Office and Oregon State Police.

Springfield police had contained the incident and arrested the suspect by the time this outside agency response had occurred but Lieutenant Scott McKee said, “Jurisdiction is no obstacle when there is the threat of an active shooter. This rapid multi-agency response should be comforting to the citizens of Lane County, knowing there will be a prompt coordinated response if such an incident should arise.”

Ultimately, Springfield police have confirmed last night all victims were shot while inside the apartment.

Illicit narcotics played a role in the shooting. Ledbetter will be formally arraigned on Monday.

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Shooting Incident:

Incident: ​Suspect arrested in triple-shooting at Springfield apartment complex.​​
Location: ​​ 506 West Centennial Blvd. Apartment 92
Case Number: ​​18-00397
Date/Time: ​ ​​1/13/2018 @ 6:30 p.m.
More Information: ​​Lieutenant Scott McKee​
Completed By: ​​Lieutenant Scott McKee

Springfield police arrested a 25 year-old man after a shooting erupted inside an apartment on West Centennial Blvd. tonight at about 6:30 p.m. Police received 9-1-1 calls reporting gunfire and that people had been shot.

When officers arrived on scene they encountered a chaotic scene with two victims suffering from gunshot wounds lying at the base of a staircase leading to the involved apartment. These two victims had been shot in the chest and arm respectively, and while conscious and breathing, were in need of urgent medical care.

Officers heard what was described as a physical struggle ongoing inside apartment 92 and heard urgent calls for help. Officers ascended the staircase and forcibly entered the apartment, where they encountered the suspect and another man inside. Police detained the suspect after a significant physical struggle wherein the suspect resisted arrest. Police later learned the suspect had lost control of his semi-automatic handgun at some point after the initial shooting inside the apartment, and just prior to police arrival. Police later found the gun outside the apartment.

A third victim, who had been shot in the neck, fled the apartment following the shooting and summoned help from residents on West M Street, who phoned police. This geographic separation of victims may have contributed to reports describing an “active-shooter” scenario, but police have confirmed all victims were shot while inside the apartment.

Two of the victims were transported to Riverbend Hospital and the third to McKenzie-Willamette Hospital in Springfield. Police are not identifying the injured, who were characterized as suffering from serious to life-threatening injuries on transport.

The suspect is a 25 year-old male from Springfield, who is believed to have resided in the involved apartment.

The apartment complex remains secured as a crime scene and detectives are searching and processing the apartment for evidence. Additional details will be released tomorrow regarding identification of the suspect and charges.

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