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News Releases
4 teens found unconscious; investigators suspect possible overdose - 04/20/18

The Clark County Sheriff's Office is investigating the report of a possible drug overdose involving 4 teenage males.   

Early this morning Sheriff's Deputies were called after 3 teenage males were discovered unconscious, two in a driveway and one in a nearby yard.  All 3 teenagers were transported to local hospitals for care.  Several hours later a 4th teenager was brought into the hospital by a parent or guardian and that teen is also receiving care from medical staff.

The Sheriff's Office conducted an exhaustive search of the area where the teens were found and no additional teens were discovered in distress.  

The local high school has been cooperative in reaching out to make sure their students are all accounted for.  At this time we do not believe we are missing anyone.  We will not be releasing the names of the teenagers.

This is an active investigation and no further information will be released at this time.

Stabbing Clark County - 04/11/18

On 04/11/18 at approx. 0850, Clark County Deputies responded to 4000 NE 44th avenue on the report of a stabbing. A 69 year old male had been stabbed in the neck. The injuries were serious and he was transported to an area hospital. It was alleged his 24 year old grandson was the suspect and he fled on foot from the scene. The suspect was taken into custody a short time later in a nearby park without further incident. Area schools were put on lockdown at the time of the incident, but have subsequently been released. Clark County Major Crimes Unit and Tactical Detective Unit continue investigation.

No further at this time.

Threatened assault with a bow and arrow - 04/05/18

On 4/4/2018 at approximately 8:30 pm depuities were sent to 7312 NE 128TH Ave. on a report of a possible disturbance.  The home owner and her adult daughter had fled the residence after being involved in an argument with her adult son.

The adult daughter reported to deputies that druing the argument, her brother picked up a compound bow with an arrow, pointed it at her while he was pulling back on the strings.  She immideatly closed a door that was between them.  She and her mother then fled the scene fearing the suspect may deploy the arrow against them.

Deputies went to the address to contact the suspect.  He refused to answer the front door, and was seen in the back yard on the patio.  Deputies went into the back yard to speak with the suspect, but he had went back inside his house.  As deputies approached the open sliding glass door the suspect appeared in the opening and pointed a bow and arrow at them.   The bow was pulled back and held in a ready shooting position. 

Deputies retreated towards cover and began attempts to communicate with the suspect.  Communications were unsuccessful.  A search warrant was written, and served by the Southwest Washington Regional SWAT team.  The suspect was taken into custody for several counts of Assault II.

Arrested:

PREVOST,JEREMY M DOB/12-11-1992                                                    

7312 NE 128TH AVE                                

 

 

 

 

 

Hockinson High School Trainer Arrested - 03/29/18

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 26 year old Jason Meharry and booked him into the Clark County Jail for three counts of Sexual Misconduct of a Minor 1st degree.  Meharry is an employee of Proactive Physical Therapy and is contracted as a sports trainer to Hockinson High School.  The victim is a student at Hockinson High School.

No further information at this time.