Oregon police: Washington teen deliberately run over dies

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GRESHAM, Ore. — Police say a Washington state teen has died of his injuries after he was deliberately run over as he fled an altercation at an Oregon convenience store.

Gresham Police said Monday that 19-year-old Larnell Malik Bruce, of Vancouver, Washington, died Saturday from his injuries.

Police say Bruce was struck by a 1991 Jeep Wrangler outside a 7-Eleven on Wednesday night. Police say the driver and passenger, 38-year-old Russell Courtier and 35-year-old Colleen Hunt, have been arrested and are being held in a Multnomah County jail on more than $500,000 bail.

Authorities say they’re facing charges of attempted murder, first-degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon.

Det. Adam Baker says police have notified prosecutors of Bruce’s death and other charges are possible.

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