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    Embassy Suites shooter found guilty on all charges in 2023 murder

    By Jenna Deml,


    PORTLAND, Ore. ( KOIN ) – A man has been found guilty in the murder of a woman and two other charges stemming from a shooting at the Embassy Suites near the Portland International Airport in March of 2023, officials say.

    A Multnomah County judge delivered the verdict against 33-year-old Ramond Andrew Lawrence on Wednesday. The charges related to the first-degree murder of 24-year-old Teonjenique Elizabeth Lashay Hudson Howard – also known as Titi.

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    Nineteen-year-old Adrian Daeshawn Granville was also killed in the shooting and that investigation is still ongoing, authorities say. Lawrence has not been charged in connection with Granville’s death.

    A Port of Portland spokesperson told KOIN 6 News that two additional victims – including a hotel security guard – had been hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries that night.

    Lawrence was also found guilty on charges of unlawful use of a firearm and felon in possession of a firearm.

    He is currently in custody in Multnomah County. His sentencing is scheduled for August 30.

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