PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The man and woman involved in the Hazelwood neighborhood shooting that left a bullet in a patrol car were arrested Tuesday night, officials said.
The Portland Police Bureau arrested Christian Daniel Fitz-Henry and Alicia Marie Misner at an apartment on Northeast 101st Avenue.
Fitz-Henry was booked at the Multnomah County Detention Center around 4 a.m. Wednesday on his warrant for Attempted Murder in the First Degree and Unlawful Use of a Weapon. Misner was also booked for her warrant for Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle and Attempt to Elude.
On November 13, police tried to stop a car at NE 92nd and Halsey because they believed there was a wanted suspect inside. The driver hit the gas instead and tried to outrun police. Spike strips soon flattened their tires and they stopped near NE 104th and Halsey.
The suspects fired shots and hit the side view mirror of a PPB car with a bullet.
Fitz-Henry and Misner were publicly identified as suspects Friday by investigators. Officials said they believe Fitz-Henry was the passenger and Misner was driving the car.