A grand jury ruled that the officer-involved shooting Feb. 14 in Wilsonville was justified. 

A grand jury found the actions of the officers involved in a shooting outside the Wilsonville police station on Feb. 14 to be justified and lawful, according to a press release from Clackamas County District Attorney John Wentworth.

According to the district attorney, on Feb. 14, officers attempted to stop a tan 2006 Lincoln Town Car which they suspected had been stolen. The occupants of the vehicle, 29-year-old Brandon Gilpin and 34-year-old Felisha Cunningham, allegedly fired at the officers, who then shot back.


Kaelyn is a general assignment reporter for the Wilsonville Spokesman, covering everything from City Hall to local events, personalities and more. Originally from Florida, Kaelyn moved to Wilsonville in May, 2022. When she isn't reporting, Kaelyn loves thrift shopping, hiking, cooking and hanging out with her dog, Rudy.

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