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Vanc. police shooting suspect has violent past
Washington
VANCOUVER -- One of two men arrested after a Vancouver motorcycle officer was shot Monday has been accused of first-degree attempted murder, robbery and second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm. James Todd Sapp, 47, has a criminal record in both Washington and Oregon.  He did prison time at age 17 for torturing and killing a man who sexually molested his younger sister in Ohio. Since then ...
July 08 2014
Suspected drug house operator appears in court
Washington
A Vancouver man appeared in Clark County Superior Court on Wednesday on suspicion of operating a drug house in Vancouver’s Landover-Sharmel neighborhood.
July 08 2014
Bail $10M for Vancouver cop-shooting suspect
Washington
VANCOUVER -- One of two men arrested after a Vancouver motorcycle officer was shot Monday has been accused of first-degree attempted murder, robbery and second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm. James Todd Sapp, 47, has a criminal record in both Washington and Oregon, with prior convictions for assault, eluding police and drug offenses. The police officer, Dustin Goudschaal, 32, remained ...
July 08 2014
Police ID suspect in shooting of Vancouver officer
Oregon
VANCOUVER -- One of two men arrested after a Vancouver motorcycle officer was shot Monday has been accused of first-degree attempted murder, robbery and second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm. James Todd Sapp, 47, has a criminal record in both Washington and Oregon, with prior convictions for assault, eluding police and drug offenses. The police officer remained in critical condition ...
July 05 2014
Closing arguments begin Wednesday in Surrey Six trial
Vancouver, Washington
A trial that has offered an unprecedented look inside the Vancouver area's street gangs is drawing to a close with final submissions beginning Wednesday, nearly seven years after a mass killing that has come to epitomize the region's violent underground drug trade.
July 03 2014
'Surrey Six' trial closing arguments begin Wednesday
Vancouver, Washington
The trial draws to a close 7 years after the mass killing that epitomized the violent underground drug trade.
July 03 2014
Closing arguments in 'Surrey Six' trial to begin Wednesday
Vancouver, Washington
A trial in Vancouver that has offered an unprecedented look inside the Vancouver area's street gangs is drawing to a close with final submissions beginning Wednesday, nearly seven years after a mass killing in Surrey, B.C.
July 03 2014
Closing arguments begin Wednesday in high-profile gang trial in B.C.
Vancouver, Washington
VANCOUVER - A trial in Vancouver that has offered an unprecedented look inside the Vancouver area's street gangs is drawing to a close with final submissions beginning Wednesday, nearly seven years after a mass killing that has come to epitomize the region's violent underground drug trade. Six
July 03 2014
High-profile gang trial coming to an end
Vancouver, Washington
VANCOUVER - A trial in Vancouver that has offered an unprecedented look inside the Vancouver area's street gangs is drawing to a close with final submissions beginning Wednesday, nearly seven years after a mass killing that has come to epitomize the region's violent underground drug trade.
July 03 2014
GPS monitoring didn’t stop predator who murdered girl
Washington
When 13-year-old Alycia “Licy” Nipp was stabbed to death in 2009 by a registered sex offender near Vancouver, Washington, authorities had a treasure trove of evidence. A global positioning system (GPS) tracking device on the ankle of Darrin Sanford pinpointed that he was at the murder scene at the time of the killing. It even showed that Sanford returned a few hours later to move her body ...
June 20 2014
Crown wraps up case against two alleged gangsters in Surrey Six mass murder trial
Vancouver, Washington
VANCOUVER — The Crown has wrapped up its case against two alleged gang members accused of killing six people, including two innocent bystanders, in a Surrey highrise.
June 11 2014
Hepatitis-C exposure warning for patients at Washington hospital
Washington
Vancouver, Wa. -- Letters are on their way to patients outside of Portland after a fired hospital worker may have exposed those patients to Hepatitis-C. Peace-Health Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver says as many as 936 patients may be at risk. An investigation by the hospital and the health department found the employee may have infected the patients while stealing drugs for personal use ...
June 11 2014
Vancouver woman in critical condition after Oregon crash
Washington
A Vancouver woman remained in critical condition Tuesday at a Bend, Ore., hospital after the car she was driving Sunday collided head-on with a pickup on Highway 26.
June 11 2014
Priest appears in court on luring accusation
Washington
A Catholic priest appeared today in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of trying to lure a 14-year-old girl into his care as she was walking home from school through Vancouver's Image neighborhood.
May 13 2014
Banfield incentives greeted favorably
Washington
A mix of proposed incentives that helped convince Portland-based Banfield Pet Hospital to build new corporate headquarters in Vancouver were well-received Monday by members of the city council.
May 13 2014
Priest suspected of stalking Vanc. child still in LA
Cornelius, oregon
A Vancouver teen did not panic as a stranger stalked and beckoned her last week, according to court documents. She ran into a day care to call her mother, The suspect in the case, Father Michael Patrick of St. Wenceslaus Church in Scappoose, remained in a Los Angeles jail Tuesday awaiting extradition to Washington. The girl was walking down Northeast 28th Street on March 10, near a strip mall ...
May 01 2014
CALGARY — The families of Calgary’s mass murder victims came together Saturday to express their
Vancouver, Washington
WASHINGTON — As Jeb Bush weighs a run for the White House, his prospective candidacy is being praised by a well-known Republican who helped organize his brother’s successful campaigns in 2000 and 2004. David Wilkins, the former ambassador to Canada...
May 01 2014
JERUSALEM — The dark hall inside Christianity’s holiest shrine was illuminated with the flames
Vancouver, Washington
CALGARY — The families of Calgary’s mass murder victims came together Saturday to express their “tremendous grief and tragedy” and to ask for privacy to heal. Zackariah Rathwell, 21, Jordan Segura, 22, Josh Hunter, 23, Kaitlin Perras, 23, and...
May 01 2014
Vancouver Police unveil website aimed at solving cold cases
Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver Police hope a new website will jog your memory and get some tips on eight cold case murders from 1981 to 2008.
April 30 2014
Johnny Depp to testify in murder case: TMZ
Vancouver, Washington
This turns out to be kind of disappointing: Johnny Depp will probably have to testify in a murder case, TMZ.com reports.
April 29 2014
Man sentenced to 50 years in Vancouver Lake shooting
Vancouver, Washington
Pedro "Junior" Godinez Jr., 20, of Vancouver was sentenced today to more than 50 years in prison for the 2012 attempted murder, robbery and kidnapping of an Oregon man near Vancouver Lake. The victim, Freddie Landstrom, of Beaverton was shot five times and escaped through the Vancouver Lake Lowlands.
April 26 2014
Vancouver lands Banfield Pet Hospital HQ
Washington
Clark County has landed a new corporate headquarters, a company that plans to bring 600 employees to east Vancouver in late 2015.
April 09 2014
50-year sentence sought in Vancouver Lake shooting, kidnapping
Washington
A Clark County prosecutor has asked a judge to sentence Pedro "Junior" Godinez Jr. to 50 years in prison for the attempted murder of an Oregon man in November 2012 near Vancouver Lake.
April 09 2014
A Halifax security company has been ordered to pay back $40,000, plus interest, to an Ontario softw
Vancouver, Washington
Three fewer homicides in Halifax Regional Municipality in 2013 doesn’t sound like a large number, but it looks bigger statistically because it translates into a 27 per cent drop from the 11 murders in 2012. But while deliberate killings were down,...
March 29 2014
Vancouver man injured in Clackamas County, Ore., crash
Washington
A Vancouver man was sent to the hospital Monday morning after a two-vehicle crash in Clackamas County, Ore.
March 25 2014
Vancouver man sentenced for white powder scares
Washington
A Vancouver man will spend two years in prison after sending threatening letters filled with white powder. 
March 22 2014
Murder charges dropped for Vancouver man accused of shooting prowler
Vancouver, Washington
Murder charges have been dropped against a man accused of shooting an alleged prowler outside his Vancouver home in January 2013.
March 13 2014
Help available to find health plan this month
Vancouver, Washington
Those who are uninsured have until the end of the month to purchase a health plan through the insurance exchange if they want to collect a tax credit.
March 12 2014
Vancouver Lake shooting case heads to jurors
Vancouver, Washington
Pedro "Junior" Godinez Jr. not only planned to murder Freddie Landstrom in November 2012 near Vancouver Lake, he attempted to carry out the plan with "deliberate cruelty" and then showed a lack of remorse for the crime, a Clark County prosecutor argued Tuesday.
March 12 2014
Opposing attorneys: Toss $9M Spencer verdict
Vancouver, Washington
A $9 million verdict for Clyde Ray Spencer should be thrown out, attorneys argued in post-trial motions filed this week in U.S. District Court.
March 12 2014
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