Gresham MAX station attack suspect receives TriMet's second-ever lifetime ban

Koryn Kraemer is currently being held without bail at the Multnomah County jail. He awaits prosecution on a second-degree assault charge.

PORTLAND, Ore — The suspect in a recent attack at a TriMet MAX station has been hit with the transit agency’s second-ever lifetime ban, TriMet announced Wednesday. 

25-year-old Koryn Kraemer is currently being held without bail at the Multnomah County jail. He awaits prosecution on a second-degree assault charge, according to court documents.

Kraemer was arrested earlier this month after being involved in an alleged incident that occurred on the Cleveland Avenue MAX Station platform in Gresham. He is accused of  brutally attacking

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