Andrew Lee Noe

Multiple victims in Chiloquin shooting, investigators say

Andrew Lee Noe

CHILOQUIN, Ore. – Two people died and two others were injured in a Sunday night shooting in Chiloquin.

Andrew Lee Noe, 30, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, first-degree assault, felon in a possession of a weapon, unlawful use of a weapon and recklessly endangering.

Noe was arrested near the scene of the shooting, which took place at 990 Bronco Lane. A home, barn and trailers are located on the rural property located north of Chiloquin, south of Collier State Park on the east bank of the Williamson River.

According to Klamath County Deputy D.A. Cole Chase, the victims all lived on the property.

According to emergency personnel at the scene, at least four people were shot, two fatally. The two people who died at the scene were adults, one male and one female. Chase could not confirm the number of people who fired shots during the dispute.

Two others were transported with gunshot wounds to area hospitals. Their conditions were not known as of Monday morning.

Sheriff’s deputies, Oregon State Police and Klamath Falls Police were dispatched about 6:30 p.m. Sunday to the scene.

While en route driving north on Highway 97, a Klamath County Sheriff’s Office deputy crashed into another vehicle near milepost 268, about two miles north of Klamath Falls.

The deputy was transported via ambulance to Sky Lakes Medical Center and remains hospitalized with moderate injuries. The occupants of the other vehicle reported no injuries, according to the sheriff’s office.

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