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Clark County Sheriff's Deputy released from employment: - 07/20/18

Clark County Deputy Erin Willey was released from employment from the Clark County Sheriff’s office following an internal investigation. 

Deputy Willey was hired in May of 2017 and released from employment July 17, 2018.

Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins statement:  "Law enforcement officers are peacekeepers whose core mission is to protect and safeguard the community.   My expectation is that my employees do not engage in activities or associations that undermine or diminish our role as peacekeepers."

This is a Clark County Sheriff’s Office personnel matter and no more information will be released at this time. 

Infant killed, mother injured in East Vancouver crash - 07/12/18

On 7/12/2018 at 6:53 pm, AMR Ambulance, East County Fire and Rescue and CCSO deputies responded to a single vehicle rollover collision in the 26000 block of NE Bradford Road, in east Clark County.  Prior to EMS arrival, passersby had removed an unresponsive infant from the vehicle and were performing CPR on the child.  The adult female driver had to be mechanically extricated by ECFR from the overturned 2008 Nissan Altima, which had struck a tree alongside the roadway.  Both the driver and child were transported to an area hospital with traumatic injuries.

Sadly, the infant succumbed to injuries and was pronounced dead at the hospital this evening.  The female driver is in critical condition.  The injured female driver is the child's mother.  Name of the deceased is not being released at this time.

Vehicle: 2008 Nissan Altima sedan

Driver: PFEIFER, Amanda.  Age, 26.  Vancouver resident.

Causes for this collision are currently under investigation by the CCSO Traffic Unit detectives. 

Prepared by Sgt Alex Schoening, CCSO Traffic Unit


CCSO Traffic Unit Investigates Collision - 07/01/18

On 06-30-18 at about 8:30 PM Clark County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a single vehicle roll-over collision in the 1200 block of NE 389th St.  One occupant was pinned in the vehicle and was extracted by fire personnel.  That occupant sustained non-life threatening injuries and was transported to a local hospital.  Speed appears to be a factor in the collision.  The Clark County Sheriff's Office Traffic Unit is investigating.  No names or further information will be released at this time.

Motorcycle collision results in 1 lifeflighted - 06/24/18

On June 24, 2018 at 1639 hours Clark County Deputies responded to a single vehicle collision at the 41100 block of NW Hayes Road in Woodland Washington.  Preliminary investigation indicates a single motorcycle with two occupants was traveling eastbound on NW Hayes Road and failed to negotiate a corner.  The motorcycle subsequently impacted a guardrail, causing the rear passenger to be ejected approximately 20-30 feet down an embankment.  A 40 year old female occupant of the motorcycle was transported to an area hospital via life flight with critical injuries.  The 33 year old male driver of the motorcycle was transported via ambulance with what appears to be minor injuries at this time.  The Clark County Traffic Unit is currently investigating.  Follow up to include further information.