Eugene, Ore. – Eugene Police detectives want to reiterate the need for witness information and tips to help solve this case. There has been some cooperation, which is greatly appreciated, but having a healthy level of solid tips and cooperation is what is going to help investigators.
Violent Crimes Unit detectives are continuing their work on this. At this point, there is not enough to say if the event was random or targeted to individuals or a group. There is not an updated suspect description. All victims are in stable condition and/or have been treated and released.
The number to call and help with relevant tips is (541.682.5162).
The victims of the shooting are as follows:
- Richard Daniel Lemmon, age 26, of Pendleton, Oregon.
- Jason Jamell Smith, age 25, of San Francisco, CA
- Aaleigha Mechelle Tynan, age 25, of Eugene, Oregon
- Reyshaun Dominique-Joseph Supuni, age 30, of Pendleton, Oregon.
- Tristin C. Vanblokland, age 26, of Pendleton, Oregon.
- Priscila Wavaline Camarena, age 21, Pendleton, Oregon.
UPDATE POSTED AT 12:50 P.M. JANUARY 15:
Eugene Police are releasing a tip line for last night’s WOW Hall shooting (541.682.5162) and are seeking any witness information to help investigators with the case. The only potential suspect description at this time is a male with a hoody. There is no suspect in custody at this time. Detectives are actively working the investigation and ask the public to call with any relevant information or video/photos to that tip line.
On January 14 9:29 p.m., there were reports of multiple shots fired at WOW Hall, 219 W. 8th Avenue. Eugene Police and multiple law enforcement agencies responded, along with Eugene Springfield Fire.
Police officers arrived within 2.5 minutes to a hectic scene of people who had been shot near the walkway/back entrance to Wow Hall, with a loud and frantic crowd. The officers quickly provided medical aid to victims, including applying tourniquets and pressure to wounds, mitigating any potential threats, and coordinating with arriving Eugene Springfield Fire medic units for a safe response to further treat the injured victims.
The response included 25 Eugene Police Patrol Units plus multiple detective units, with the first arrival. We are thankful to Lane County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Police, Springfield Police, and UO Police Department, who provided additional quick response alongside us. Eugene Springfield Fire responded with five medics, four paramedic engine companies and four chief officers. Eugene Police Forensic Evidence Unit responded as well. Central Lane 911 received at least 30 emergency calls.
One victim remains in critical condition, and the remaining five are stable. All of the victims with the exception of one are from out of town and appear to have traveled here for the concert. Two are female and four are male.
Five patients were transported last night to a local hospital and one patient self-transported as a walk-in to a hospital.
(information directly from EPD)