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Koryn is a person. What about Daniel Kraemer? The suspect in the Gresham MAX attack claimed the victim smelled like a robot

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On Wednesday, a visibly bored Kraemer appeared before a Multnomah County judge in a courtroom, accompanied by a deputy.

The DA’s office statement revealed a few more details about the allegedly perpetrated incident. It happened sometime after two a.m. on Tuesday at the Cleveland TriMet MAX station in Gresham, off Northeast 8th Street. latest News

Koryn Daniel Kraemer is a Person

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According to police, a man accused of chewing off the ear of a 78-year-old man on a light-rail train platform near Portland, Oregon, told detectives he thought the victim was a robot out to kill him. According to the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, Koryn Daniel Kraemer was charged with second-degree assault in Multnomah County District Court on Wednesday.

According to a statement issued by the Multnomah County District Attorney’s office on Wednesday, the man accused of beating an elderly man on a Gresham light rail platform on Tuesday told responding police that he had “saved his life.”

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Koryn Daniel Kraemer, 25, has been charged with second-degree assault in connection with the incident, and the district attorney’s office has requested that Kraemer be held without bond until his trial.

What became of the victim?

According to a probable cause affidavit, police and deputies were called to a light rail platform in Gresham around 2 a.m. Tuesday after a caller reported seeing a lot of blood and an assailant standing over a victim.

The affidavit states that police used force to separate Kraemer from the victim, who was later taken to the hospital. According to the affidavit, the victim’s right ear was slightly out of place during the attack, and part of his skull was visible. According to the document, he was unconscious but otherwise in good health.

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According to the police, the suspect initially identified himself as El Baker and was arrested under that name. According to the affidavit, staff at the Multnomah County jail later identified the individual as Kraemer, who had recently relocated from Georgia to Portland.

Kraemer received a score of 2 on an intake release evaluation form submitted through the Multnomah County Circuit Court, despite the fact that a score of 6 or higher would have required his detention. This is primarily due to the fact that he has no significant criminal history in either Oregon or Georgia, where he is originally from.

Kraemer simply stated that he drank alcohol at the time of the exam, declining to self-report any history of drug addiction, which would have influenced the score.

Kraemer did admit to losing his job and being evicted from a St. Johns apartment in November. The homeowner told KGW’s Mike Benner on Wednesday that he had rented Kraemer a room for about a month.

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