A man suspected in a shooting that killed four people in Portland last year has been arrested in Texas, police said.
Detectives worked with U.S. Marshals and local law enforcement to arrest 27-year-old Jeremy Lenoire in Frisco, Texas, The Portland Police Bureau said Thursday in a news release.
Lenoire had been named as a suspect in the shooting at a southeast Portland home on June 6, 2021. Officers were called at about 10:30 p.m. that night on shooting reports and found Mitchell Nacoste, Kendall Gragg, Donovan Lenford and Eyion Willis dead.
Lenoire was arrested without incident on warrants for 4 murders, 2 burglaries and 2 robberies, according to the Denton County Sheriff’s Office. He’s awaiting extradition at the Denton County Jail.
It wasn’t immediately known if Lenoire has a lawyer to comment on the case.
Police said the investigation is ongoing.