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Brennan has been located and is safe.
Vancouver, Wash. –On November 13, 2019, Vancouver Police took a report of a missing 11 year old male, Brennan Matthew Bush who was last seen near the bus pick up area at Covington Middle School at approximately 11:40 a.m. today. He did not get on the bus and has not returned home.
Brennan is 4’10”, 75 lbs., has brown eyes and black curly hair. He was last seen wearing a black Nike hoodie that is white from the chest up, black joggers, and a black backpack. He has no known medical conditions.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 911.
Vancouver, Wash. –On November 10, 2019 Detectives from the Neighborhood Response Team, the US Marshals Violent Offender Task Force, the SW Washington Regional SWAT Team, and Vancouver Police Patrol developed information that a wanted fugitive, Daniel Gene Hoffman, was staying at a Vancouver area motel.
As Hoffman was preparing to leave in his vehicle, SWAT team members intercepted him and took him into custody. During the arrest of Hoffman, a loaded firearm was located on his person. A search warrant for the hotel room and Hoffman’s vehicle was executed resulting in seizure of another pistol, a shotgun, tactical equipment, holsters, ammunition, 2.2 pounds of methamphetamine, .25 ounces of cocaine, and paraphernalia and materials associated with distribution.
Hoffman was booked into the Clark County Jail for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent- Methamphetamine, Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent -Cocaine, two outstanding felony warrants, and Resisting Arrest.
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Vancouver, Wash. –On October 14, 2019, Vancouver Police responded to the Vancouver Mall for the report of voyeurism. The female victim reported that she was in a family restroom nursing her child when an unknown male holding a cell phone, entered the restroom, opened the curtain of the room she was in and repeatedly asked her if she had lost her cell phone. Another female who was in the restroom asked if the victim was okay and the suspect then left the restroom.
A surveillance camera captured an image of the suspect and his associated vehicle, which appears to be a Chrysler 300 with black oversized rims/tires and tinted windows.
Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to contact the Vancouver Police Department Tip Line at (360) 487-7399.
Nash Modin has been located and returned home. He was uninjured and not a victim of a crime.
The Vancouver Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in locating a twelve year old male, Nash Modin. Nash was last seen at his residence at 6:40 pm on Nov 2nd 2019. All possible locations he may go have been checked with no additional information of his location.
Nash is a white male 5'3' 95lbs sandy brown hair wearing a green t-shirt, tan corduroy pants with gray Nike shoes. Nash was last known to be on foot, has no cell phone or communication devices with him and family advises he should not have any social media accounts.
Picture of Nash is attached but with different clothing.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Nash Modin is urged to call 911.
Vancouver, Wash – On November 1, 2109 at approximately 8:02 p.m., Vancouver Police responded to the 600 blk of SE 141st St in reference an assault with a firearm. An adult male confronted a group of teens in the area where a verbal argument ensued. One of the teens displayed a handgun and struck the adult male in the head. The group of teens then fled the location on foot. The adult male received minor, non-life threatening injuries and was treated at an area hospital.
Anyone with information in regards to this event is encouraged contact the Vancouver Police Department or call 911.
The Vancouver Police Department was notified that Michael's vehicle had been located in the 6300 block area of NW Lower River Road. In addition to family and friends, personnel from VPD, CCSO, Vancouver Fire, and Clark County Search and Rescue checked the immediate area for Michael. Michael was located deceased a short time later. There is no indication of a criminal act and the immediate family has been made aware of the circumstances.
The Vancouver Police Department asks the public to be on the lookout for missing person Michael McClafferty, age 46. Michael's wife, Christine McClafferty, reported him missing on 10/27/2019.
Michael is 5'7", 145 lbs, and has brown hair and hazel eyes.
Michael left in a silver 2017 Toyota Sienna minivan with Washington license plate number BEA5411.
If you see Michael or the van please contact 911.
On October 17, 2019 at approximately 1950 hours, Vancouver Police responded to a robbery complaint at 3205 SE 192nd Ave, a T-Mobile outlet store, in which a firearm was further alleged to have been brandished at employees. Investigation, yielded through interviews and video surveillance, indicated the involved masked suspect entered the business and directed staff at gunpoint to a backroom where a storage safe was accessed and several Apple products (phones and watches) were stolen.
The phones were initially electronically tracked to a residential area to the southwest of the T-Mobile business, which led to a house in the 4100 Blk of SE 187th Pl. As police moved in to set up containment, a vehicle left the target residence, giving off an active tracking signal, and was stopped a short distance away. The driver, 29-year-old Bilal Joiner, was arrested and an eventual search of his associated vehicle resulted in the recovery of the Apple products, a loaded firearm and clothing used in the commission of the crime.
Bilal Joiner was booked into the Clark County Jail on one count of Robbery 1st Degree, two counts of Assault 1st Degree, two counts of Kidnap 1st Degree and one count of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.
Vancouver, Wash. –On October 16, 2019, at approximately 2:00 p.m., the Vancouver Police Digital Evidence Cybercrime Unit (DECU), which includes detectives from the Vancouver Police Department and a Special Agent from the Homeland Security Investigations, received a Priority-1 Cybertip through the Internet Crimes Against Children’s Task Force. A Priority-1 Cybertip is rare and typically indicates immediate danger to a child. The Cybertip was generated by the app “Discord”, an online chat and media distribution service that primarily serves the online gaming community. Discord found communications and video being shared on one of their channels that detailed the sexual assault of an infant by an adult male. These graphic child sexual abuse videos had never before been seen by National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), which is a strong indicator that the abuse was recent and likely being conducted by the person uploading the content.
The IP address reported by Discord returned to location in Washougal. Based on the grave concern for the safety of the infant, exigent information requests were utilized to obtain information from various internet service providers and Discord to assist detectives in identifying the suspect, Stephen Rian Price, 26.
DECU Detectives obtained a search warrant for the residence, which was served at 9:00 p.m. The infant was transported to an area hospital for immediate medical attention and was taken into protective custody.
Stephen Rian Price was arrested and booked into the Clark County Jail for:
1.) Rape of a Child, RCW 9A.44.073 (x 5)
2.) Child Molestation 1st Degree, (RCW 9A.44.083) (x1)
3.) Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, RCW 9.68A.040 (x3)
4.) Possession of Child Pornography First Degree, RCW 9.68A.070 (x4)
5.) Distribution of Child Pornography First Degree, RCW 9.68A.050 (x3)
The investigation revealed that in addition to the sexual abuse and production of child pornography of an infant child, evidence was obtained of the rape and production of child pornography involving a second infant.
DECU detectives will continue to investigate this case to locate other potential victims and identify other persons involved in the sharing of child sexual abuse content in the Discord chat room.
Due to circumstances involving the suspect abusing and creating child pornography with local victims, detectives believe there are likely additional victims who have yet to be identified or located. Anyone with information related to this case, or of the existence of other potential victims is asked to contact the Vancouver Police Department Tip Line at (360) 487-7399. A photo of Stephen Rian Price is also attached.
The arrest of this suspect and the rescue of this infant would not have been possible without the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the cooperation of Discord. Also, thanks to the Washougal Police Department and the Department of Homeland Security for their assistance.
Vancouver, Wash. – On October 13, 2019 at approximately 12:06 a.m., Vancouver Police responded to a commercial alarm at 6714 NE 18th Street. Responding officers located evidence of a burglary and a male was seen inside the building. While officers were setting up containment around the building, the suspect exited the building in a vehicle and a Vancouver Police Officer fired a shot. A pursuit of the suspect vehicle ensued and the vehicle was located abandoned in the area of E 5th Street/S Blandford Dr. The suspect was not located.
The involved officer is Corporal Roger Evans, 48. Corporal Evans was hired by the Vancouver Police Department in May 1998. He previously worked as a police officer for the Gatlinburg Tennessee Police Department from May 1995 - May 1998. Corporal Evans has been assigned in Patrol, Special Operations and as a K9 handler with the Vancouver Police Department. He was promoted to the rank of Corporal in December 2018. He is currently assigned to West Precinct Patrol.
Following standard department protocol, he is on critical incident leave.
The officer involved shooting investigation is being handled by the Regional Major Crimes Team, led by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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