Kassandra Kitchens Arrested In Oregon Murder

Kassandra Kitchens

Kassandra Kitchens was arrested for a murder committed in Oregon which investigators are calling an execution. According to police reports Kassandra Kitchens allegedly lured the victim,  Andrew Sherrell, to a location where he would be brutally murdered.  Kassandra Kitchens was the last person to be arrested for the Andrew Sherrell murder as police in Oregon had already arrested: Cesar Estrada-Nava, D’Sean Maurice Baker, Andrew Bushnell, and Christian Joshua Wobbe who have all been charged with murder. According to police reports the murder which was committed in September 2021 was over a drug debt as Andrew Sherrell is alleged to have been a drug dealer in Oregon. Along with the murder charge Kassandra Kitchens is facing kidnapping and conspiracy charges

Cesar Estrada-Nava, D’Sean Maurice Baker, Kassandra Kitchens, Andrew Bushnell, Christian Joshua Wobbe
Cesar Estrada-Nava, D’Sean Maurice Baker, Kassandra Kitchens, Andrew Bushnell, Christian Joshua Wobbe

Kassandra Kitchens More News

Police are searching for a 26-year-old who is wanted in connection with an execution-style murder that took place in September of 2021.

Kassandra Kitchens is wanted on several charges, including second-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping, Gresham Police said.

The charges stem from the murder of 35-year-old Andrew Sherrell.

Investigators say they believe Sherrell was lured over from his home in Bend “with the help of Kitchens” before he was ultimately murdered on September 24, 2021 in the 18900 block of Northeast Portal Way.

Police said Kitchens knows she has open warrants for her arrest and is trying to avoid law enforcement.

If you have any helpful information on her whereabouts, police want you to contact Detective Aaron Turnage at 503-618-3136 or non-emergency as appropriate at 503-823-3333.

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Kassandra Kitchens Other News

The fifth and final suspect in an execution-style murder was arrested by Portland police on March 3 for a murder that took place in September 2021.

Kassandra Kitchens, 26, was believed to have been involved in luring victim Andrew Sherrell from his home in Bend to downtown Portland, then to Gresham, where he would be murdered.

On Sept. 24, Gresham police officers responded to a report of a body found along the side of the road in an industrial area of Gresham. Police found Sherrell face down, with his arms bound and a single gunshot wound to the head in the 18900 block of NE Portal Way. Investigators learned that Sherrell was involved in selling illegal drugs from Central Oregon to the Portland metro area and that Kitchens and four others conspired to commit felonious acts against Sherrell.

Authorities had arrested four other people who were charged with crimes relating to the murder of Sherrell:

  • Cesar Estrada-Nava, 31
  • D’Sean Maurice Baker, 43
  • Andrew Bushnell, 36
  • Christian Joshua Wobbe, 23

Kitchens was the last of the suspects to be apprehended. Police sent out a news release on Valentine’s Day asking for tips from the public on her whereabouts. Portland police arrested her on March 3, according to a release. She was indicted by a grand jury in December 2021 for the following charges:

  • Murder in the second degree
  • Kidnapping in the first degree
  • Criminal conspiracy to commit kidnapping in the first degree
  • Assault in the third degree
  • Criminal conspiracy to commit assault in the third degree
  • Criminal conspiracy to commit unlawful delivery of oxycodone

https://www.kgw.com/article/news/local/execution-style-murder-suspect-arrested/283-e2480195-0ca0-498d-a0bf-bd216cd2d387

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