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Note: "no significant prior criminal convictions"

Oregon triple murder suspect had been deported six times
Published July 02, 2016 Associated Press

June 27, 2016: This photo shows Bonifacio Oseguera-Gonzalez. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says Oseguera-Gonzalez, charged with aggravated murder in the shooting deaths of three people at an Oregon blueberry farm, was deported six times between 2003 and 2013. (Marion County Sheriff's Office via AP)

PORTLAND, Ore. – A Mexican national charged with aggravated murder in the shooting deaths of three people at a rural Oregon blueberry farm had been deported six times, most recently in 2013, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Bonifacio Oseguera-Gonzalez, 29, has no significant prior criminal convictions, but ICE asked Oregon authorities to turn him over to them if he's released from custody in the current case, the agency said in a statement to The Associated Press on Friday.

Oseguera-Gonzalez pleaded not guilty to three counts of aggravated murder and one count of attempted murder Tuesday in Marion County Superior Court.

His attorney, Deborah Burdzik, did not immediately return a call seeking comment about his immigration status.

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted about the case Friday, saying the suspect "should have never been here."

Two men who lived at the blueberry farm in the Willamette Valley town of Woodburn, in northwest Oregon, died at the scene of Monday's shooting. The third victim, the girlfriend of another resident who was not home at the time, was pronounced dead at a hospital.

A third man was seriously wounded but survived and is able to speak with investigators.

The Oregon State Police arrested Oseguera-Gonzalez a few hours later on Interstate 84 in the Columbia River Gorge, about 100 miles northeast of Woodburn.

He acknowledged to authorities in an interview that he shot four people, according to a probable cause statement.

The victims were identified as Ruben Rigoberto-Reyes, 60; Edmundo Amaro-Bajonero, 26; and Katie Gildersleeve, 30, of Logsden.

Authorities have released few details about the case, including the relationship between Oseguera-Gonzalez and the victims, and have declined to specify a motive.


Victims in deadly shooting identified
Created on Wednesday, 29 June 2016 02:00 |
Written by Woodburn Independent

RYAN NAKANO - Police set up a perimeter around a residence on Kiliam Road east of Woodburn, where a fatal shooting ended with three dead and one injured.

Police have released the names of the four victims, three of whom died, in Monday's deadly shooting east of Woodburn.

Marion County Sheriff's deputies reported to 13436 Kiliam Road N.E. around 11 a.m. Monday. When they arrived, they found two residents of the property dead from gunfire.
The two were identified as Ruben Rigoberto-Reyes, 60, and Edmundo Amaro-Bajonero, 26.

MARION COUNTY JAIL - Bonifacio Oseguera-Gonzalez

Two more individuals suffered gunshot wounds and were transported to area hospitals. Katie Gildersleeve, 30, of Logsden, died later at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center. Refugio Modesto-DeLaCruz, 27, is currently in critical condition at OHSU and is expected to survive his injuries. He also lives at the Kiliam Road address. Gildersleeve did not live at the Kiliam Road address but her boyfriend, who was not present at the time of the shooting, is a resident there.

Police apprehended and arrested Bonifacio Oseguera-Gonzalez, 29, on Interstate 84 near The Dalles around 1:30 p.m. Monday. According to police, Oseguera-Gonzalez has been known to frequent the property. He's been charged with three counts of aggravated murder and one count of attempted aggravated murder. His arraignment in Marion County Circuit Court was set for Tuesday afternoon.

Police were able to track down the suspect after learning of a vehicle and suspect description while on scene and broadcasting it to local police agencies.

According to a probable cause statement released by Marion County Sheriff's Office, Oseguera-Gonzalez admitted in an interview to shooting the four victims.

Initial reports that marijuana was being grown on the property have been found to be incorrect. Police stated that a legal marijuana grow operation is located on nearby private property and is not related to Monday's tragedy.


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