Salem woman allegedly threatens, man woman with gun in Vancouver

By Dave Kern, Columbian assistant metro editor

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A 24-year-old Salem, Ore., woman was arrested Saturday night after she allegedly threatened a man and woman with a handgun in Vancouver’s Uptown Village.

Vancouver Police Officer Ilia Botvinnik said the incident began about 6 p.m. at K I’s Japanese Eng Auto Repair, 2607 Main St. He said there was an altercation and a woman allegedly pointed a gun at a 35-year-old man, who works at the shop, and at a 36-year-old woman.

Police were alerted to a disturbance, but when they arrived at the shop the three were gone.

Later, all were found.

Botvinnik said 12 officers and detectives worked on the case, some until midnight.

The Salem woman, Angelina Rosenfeld, was in Clark County Jail on Sunday night on suspicion of felony assault.

No one was hurt, Botvinnik said.

The names of the others were not released.