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*UPDATE* – 1/29/24 – Both Shooters in Custody

Detectives from the Lane County Sheriff's Office arrested the second shooter in this case without incident, identified as Ty Houston Pflieger, 18, of Eugene.  He was lodged at the Lane County Jail on charges of Attempted Assault 1 and Unlawful Use of a Weapon, both Felonies.  

Not only was this shooting brazen, involving a stranger in broad daylight, nearly 20 rounds were fired in a dense neighborhood.  The victim was nearly struck, and at least one round entered through a child’s bedroom window and struck an interior wall.  The Sheriff's Office would like to thank the Oregon State Police and Eugene Police Department for their assistance, and especially the many residents who reached out with information to help us quickly solve this case.  



1/27/24 – LCSO Case #24-0423 – Shooting in N. Park Avenue Area

On Saturday morning around 7 AM, two young males opened fire with handguns at a passerby in a vehicle who asked them to move out of the roadway in the area of Nantucket Avenue and N. Park Avenue.  The vehicle was struck multiple times, and the driver was nearly struck as well.  The incident was captured on video by an area resident, which was later shared to Facebook and widely circulated.  

Deputies identified a suspect and set up surveillance at a nearby residence in the 1300 block of Keller Street while applying for a search warrant.  Once the search warrant was granted, the Lane County Sheriff’s Special Response Team served the warrant.  Evidence was located that quickly led to the arrest of one suspect, and identification of the second suspect.  The arrested suspect, a juvenile, was transported to the Lane County Youth Services detention facility on charges of Attempted Assault 1 and Unlawful Use of a Weapon, both felonies.  Detectives are actively working to locate and arrest the second suspect. 

Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact the Lane County Sheriff’s Office at 541-682-4150, option 1.  Additionally, the Lane County Sheriff's Office is requesting citizens who live in the area to review home security video during the time frame of 6:30 AM and 7:30 AM, looking for two males matching the following descriptions: one white male wearing a dark hoodie, light pants, white shoes, and a light-colored backpack; and one white male wearing a dark hoodie, brown pants, and dark shoes.