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A suspect reportedly chopped off the ears and part of the face of a 78-year-old man, exposing the skull during a fight at the last stop of a light rail platform in a Portland suburb. The unidentified victim from Hillsboro, Oregon, was seriously injured by police intervention, authorities said in a statement on Tuesday, January 3.
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Koryn Kraemer chewed off man’s ears and part of his face
According to WJTV, the gruesome fight took place just before 2:30 a.m. Tuesday and ended with the arrest of a 25-year-old man who was booked for second-degree assault. Gresham police and Multnomah County deputies rushed to the Cleveland Avenue MAX platform around 2:17 a.m. m. after witnesses reported a possible stabbing that caused significant blood loss.
Upon arrival, law enforcement officers found the suspect on top of the man and still attacking. The young suspect, who initially called himself “The Baker”, was identified through his fingerprints as Koryn Kraemer. Authorities are investigating whether Kraemer’s behavior may have been the result of drug use.
Detectives confirmed that the old man had not been stabbed, but rather his ear had been torn off along with “part of his face.” Responding officers were reportedly able to see the victim’s skull. Paramedics were called to the scene to provide the victim with immediate medical attention, according to the outlet.
No information from Kraemer’s case has been posted to Oregon’s online court system. The 25-year-old, who recently moved to Oregon from Georgia, has yet to appear in court. Whether Kraemer had an attorney he could comment on has yet to be clarified.
Another similar incident was reported later in the day. A man was seen fighting with another person on the train near the Lloyd district. He apparently fled the scene before Portland police arrived, according to the outlet.
Blue line passengers raised concerns hours after the attack. “I feel like they could do a little better with their safety to make sure things like that don’t happen,” rider Jayden Adach told Nexstar’s KOIN.
“They should have patrol at least once an hour. It’s very rare to see that.” Rider Richard Landers spoke: “A little more traffic police security like that, patrolling and telling people to behave. That’s all they have to do is behave.Read More….