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In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories from the week:
One person was in custody late Tuesday after a shooting at an east Vancouver apartment complex that prompted a large police response and a hostile reception from area residents already reeling from a nearby weekend shooting.
No one was injured in the incident but one person, a male, was taken into custody as the suspected gunman, according to Vancouver Police Department Sgt. Tim Huberty.
- No injuries reported in incident that prompted a large multi-agency law enforcement response
- Day 2: Parking dispute prompted shooting at east Vancouver apartments
As Lorenz Soriano looked at the bullet holes in the walls of his bedroom, in his shower and next to his toilet, he couldn’t help but wonder what would’ve happened to him if he’d been home in the early hours of Sunday morning, instead of at work.
Some residents of the Oak Creek Mobile Home Park in east Vancouver were still shaken Monday while they recalled waking to gunshots tearing through their houses. The bullets came as Clark County sheriff’s deputies fatally shot an assault suspect whom the agency said was armed with a handgun.
- Multiple homes on 49th Street were struck by bullets early Sunday morning; suspect in chase was killed by Clark County sheriff’s deputies
- Related: Investigators: Suspect pointed gun at Clark County deputies before fatal shooting
- Related: Sheriff Atkins: Clark County working to address gunfire damage
- Related: Family of east Vancouver man shot by Clark County deputies mourns
- Related: Investigators: Clark County deputies sought Karuo for pointing gun at man
Last Wednesday was an important day for Camas resident Dave Miller. That was the day crews finished installing his new Tesla roof. Yes, that Tesla.
While the company is far better known for its high-tech electric cars, its solar roofs are a big advancement in the industry.
The Vancouver City Council ruled Monday to uphold a demolition permit for the Providence Academy’s landmark smokestack.
Council members suggested that the Historic Trust should use the 90-day period after the council’s decision to welcome alternatives to the demolition from third parties.