Lukus Glenn, 18, was armed with a knife. He was hit with six beanbag rounds before Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies fired their service weapons, hitting him eight times, when they said he refused to surrender.
The family of Lukus Glenn goes to court this month in their lawsuit over his death. His own mother, Hope, called police for help that night, Sept. 15, 2006, saying her son was suicidal and threatening their family.
TIGARD, Ore. - The family of Lukus Glenn goes to court this month in its lawsuit over his death. His own mother called police for help that night. saying her son was suicidal and threatening their family. Investigator Anna Canzano examines the...
The parents of a Tigard teen who was shot to death by police in 2006 have filed a federal wrongful death lawsuit. A Washington County district attorney's office investigation into the shooting called the incident "tragic" but "legally justified."
Washington County sheriff's deputies involved in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Lukus Glenn near Tigard last fall were properly trained and took appropriate actions, a department administrative review has concluded.
After the shooting, the district attorney found that police were justified in using deadly force. Glenn's family sought a public inquest, but the Washington County Board of Commissioners denied the request.
The incident began shortly after 11:30 p.m. Sunday when Forest Grove police received a call about a disturbance at the College Place apartments on 21st Avenue, just north of Pacific Street. Police say prior to the deadly shots the suspect had...
Lukus Glenn, 18, was killed by Washington County sheriff's deputies last month after his mother called 911 to say he was out of control. His family is now asking for a public inquest to look into his death.