Two men have been arrested on accusations they stabbed and critically injured a third man after an argument in the parking lot of a Gresham convenience store.
Police told The Oregonian the argument and stabbing Wednesday morning were gang-related.
Police say two men chased 24-year-old James Ray Bass to a nearby trailer court, where he was stabbed in the arm, torso and neck.
He stumbled back to the store, where authorities found him.
Police said an officer recognized 21-year-old Carlos Gonzalez-Consuegra of Portland on the street Thursday night and arrested him, while 24-year-old Erik Farfan of Gresham was arrested at his home.