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Portland Police Bureau Gang Enforcement Teams booked 22-year-old Lonzo Murphy in jail this morning, after arresting him in connection with yesterday's shooting at Rosemary Anderson High School.

 

Murphy's vehicle was stopped at about 1:30 a.m. this morning, and police officers found a handgun in his car.

 

He is currently being held on charges of Parole Violation at Multnomah County Jail, as the investigation into the shooting continues.

 

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Yesterday, three students were shot outside of Rosemary Anderson High School in Portland, and ran inside for help.

 

They were identified as 20-year-old David Joshua Jackson-Liday, 17-year-old Labraye Quavon Franklin, and 16-year-old Taylor Michelle Zimmers.

 

The shooter ran from the scene, and the high school immediately went into lockdown.

 

The victims were taken to Legacy Emmanuel Medical Center, and both Jackson-Liday and Franklen are now in fair condition.

 

Zimmers remains in critical condition.

 

Portland Police are still searching for more information regarding the shooting.

 

Sgt. Pete Simpson said in a press conference, the shooting could be gang related.  

 

Rosemary Anderson High School is an alternative school for at-risk youths, with a student body of 130.

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