A man accused of firing a rifle during a dispute with a neighboring business — prompting an hourslong police standoff Tuesday northeast of Hazel Dell — has a previous manslaughter conviction in Oregon, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
Deputies arrested a man northeast of Hazel Dell on Tuesday following a standoff with police, who responded after the man allegedly fired a rifle during a dispute with neighbors, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
Assistant City Attorney Debra Quinn has filed a lawsuit with the U.S. District Court against the city of Vancouver alleging gender discrimination, retaliation, First Amendment violations, negligent supervision, equal protection violations, breach of implied contract and outrageous acts.
A cellphone voicemail that inadvertently captured John Garrett Smith threatening to kill his wife is not protected under the state’s privacy act, the Washington Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. The decision reverses a state appeals court’s ruling that overturned Smith’s conviction for attempted murder.