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Two killed in Hockinson Collision *Names Released* - 10/07/18

Updated information, 10/7/2018; 3:00pm

Names of the involved persons in last night's collision are as follows:

JONES, Aaron T.  Age, 34  - Driver of involved vehicle - DECEASED.  Jones was a resident of Vancouver.

HUYCK, Isabella P. Age 19 - Passenger in involved vehicle - DECEASED. Huyck was a resident of Tumwater, WA.

WINTER, Lindsay Age 33 - Passenger in involved vehicle - SIGNIFICANT INJURY.  Winters is a resident of Hillsboro, OR

MARTIN, Derek P, Age 24 - Passenger in involved vehicle - MINOR INJURY.  Martin is a resident of Vancouver.

The involved vehicle is a 2008 Toyota Scion XB, 4D, Registered to HUYCK.

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On 10/6/2018 at 11:22 pm, 911 received a call of a single vehicle collision at NE 182nd Avenue and NE 139th Street in the Hockinson area of Clark County Washington.  The 911 caller reported that the vehicle was on fire and multiple persons were in or around the vehicle. 

Upon arrival, Fire District 3 personnel and Sheriff's deputies assisted passersby in providing aid to a male and female occupant who were on the ground and unresponsive.  Fire personnel extinguished the involved vehicle, which was fully engulfed in flames.  A deceased female was located in the burned vehicle.  A fourth involved occupant, a male, was located at the scene.  This male occupant was alert and responsive, suffering apparent minor injury.

The unresponsive male pulled from the vehicle was also declared dead at the scene.  The unresponsive female pulled from the vehicle was transported to an area hospital along with the conscious male with the minor injuries.  The unresponsive female suffered apparent life-threatening injuries.

Scene evidence indicates that the involved vehicle, a Toyota Scion XB, was traveling westbound and downhill on NE 139th Street.  This street intersects NE 182nd Avenue in a "T" Intersection, controlled by a stop sign for NE 139th Street.  The involved vehicle continued through the intersection at significant speed, striking a tree on the west side of NE 182nd Avenue.  The involved vehicle then caught fire.

The case is currently being investigated by the CCSO Traffic Unit.  Identities of the involved occupants are being withheld at this time.  Proximate causes to this collision are being investigated by detectives.

Homicide suspect arrested - 09/30/18

On September 27, 2018 deputies from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office and investigators from the Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office responded to 14308 NE 80th street for a death investigation.  A 75 year old female resident had been reported deceased by her daughter who had also been living at the house.  Upon arriving at the residence it was apparent that the deceased had suffered injuries to her face, head and possibly an injury to her wrist.  The Medical Examiner’s office conducted an examination and additional injuries were located.  Investigators with the Major Crimes Unit served a search warrant on the residence and conducted additional interviews with family members and the adult daughter.  Following the additional interviews the adult daughter, Asenka Miller Wilber born in 1968, was arrested and booked into the Clark County Jail on one count of Murder II. 

This is an ongoing investigation.  The name of the deceased is not being released at this time.

Proud to Serve
Proud to Serve
The Clark County Sheriff's Office has immediate openings for a number of positions in Corrections, Enforcement and Sheriff's Support roles. (Photo) - 09/24/18

One day… Your child may ask…  “Mom/Dad, How does your job help people? Do you make a difference?”  How will you answer…?

 

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office wants you to know:

We are hiring!

The Clark County Sheriff's Office has immediate openings for a number of positions in Corrections, Enforcement and Sheriff’s Support roles.


The Sheriff's Office is hosting a free informational workshop for those interested in pursuing a career with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. Listen to presentations from current Clark County Deputies, Sheriff's Human Resources staff and the Chief Civil Service Examiner about the application process from the initial testing to date of hire. Have all your recruitment questions ready. This is your opportunity to talk with us directly.


Thursday, October 4th, 2018
6:30-7:30PM
Public Safety Complex
505 NW 179th Street
Ridgefield, Wash. 98642
(Northwest of the Clark County Fairgrounds)

For more information, call Sheriff's Recruitment at 360.397.2176 or email iffrecruitment@clark.wa.gov">sheriffrecruitment@clark.wa.gov

Attached Media Files: Proud to Serve
Deputies respond to report of juveniles throwing fireworks - 09/23/18

On September 22, 2018 at approximately 0246 hours CCSO Deputies responded to the area of NE 139th Court and NE 91st Street on the report of suspicious noises.  A 911 caller reported hearing "explosions".   As deputies arrived in the area, they spoke with area residents reporting that juveniles had been in the area in a vehicle, throwing firework mortars. 

A resident was able to show a deputy video footage of a mortar being thrown from a dark colored, four door vehicle with silver wheels.  The vehicle was described as possibly being a Nissan.  The thrown mortar landed in the driveway of a residence. 

There were no injuries and no property was damaged.

There are no additional details on this incident.

Hit and Run - Suspect Vehicle Located - 09/21/18

On 9/19/2018 at 19:09 hours the Clark County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 3100 block of NE 88th Street to investigate a vehicle vs pedestrian hit and run collision involving a 13 year old female.  The child sustained serious injuries and was transported from the scene by ambulance.  The Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit is actively investigating this incident and has identified and secured a vehicle believed to be involved.  The vehicle, a gray 2001 Jeep Cherokee, has been seized as evidence and is being processed.  The vehicle was reported to be stolen out of Vancouver sometime on 9/19 prior to the hit and run collision.  Detectives are investigating all possible leads at this time.   The identity of the 13 year old victim is not going to be released by the Sheriff’s Office.  This is an active investigation and no other information regarding the victim, suspected driver, or owner of the vehicle is being released at this time.

Pursuit Leads to Arrest of Vancouver Man - 09/18/18

On 9/17/2018 at approximately 2051 hours, Clark County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Eric Swenson attempted to stop an orange colored Nissan 350Z near the 10500 block of NE 63rd Street.  The vehicle failed to respond to activated emergency lights and siren and fled the area.   Deputy Swenson initiated a pursuit of the vehicle after it appeared that the driver of the vehicle attempted to ram another deputy’s vehicle that was arriving in the area. 

 

The driver went west bound on NE 63rd Street to Andresen Road where the vehicle turned south.   The pursuit continued to the area near NE Vancouver Mall Drive and NE 72nd Avenue. At some point the vehicle being pursued had turned off its headlights, was reaching speeds of 70 MPH, and disregarding all traffic control.  At this point the pursuit was terminated due to safety concerns for deputies and citizens. 

 

After terminating the pursuit Clark County Sheriff’s Deputy Greg Agar noticed the vehicle on NE 72nd Avenue north of Vancouver Mall Drive.   Deputy Agar indicated that the vehicle was stopped on the side of the road and it appeared that the driver and passenger fled the area on foot. 

 

Danisha Perez, a 26 year old Vancouver resident was taken into custody shortly after fleeing the vehicle.  The driver, later identified as Oliver San Nicolas, a 25 year old Vancouver resident, was taken into custody after being located by Vancouver Police K-9 Officer Corporal Ryan Starbuck and his K-9 partner Ivar.  Also assisting in the capture was the Portland Police Bureau Air Support Unit.   

 

San Nicolas was later booked into the Clark County Jail on charges of Attempted Assault I, Possession of Stolen Vehicle, Attempt to Elude, and Unlawful Possession of Firearm.  Charges of Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver are being referred to the Clark County Prosecutors Office on both Perez and San Nicolas.