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Segura testifies in murder trial that he didn’t believe off-duty Vancouver officer Sahota was police

Donald Sahota was mistakenly shot by a Clark County sheriff’s deputy

By Becca Robbins, Columbian staff reporter
Published: May 22, 2024, 3:05pm
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Julio Segura recounts his memory of the events that led to the death of Vancouver police Officer Donald Sahota during Segura&rsquo;s murder trial Wednesday at the Clark County Courthouse.
Julio Segura recounts his memory of the events that led to the death of Vancouver police Officer Donald Sahota during Segura’s murder trial Wednesday at the Clark County Courthouse. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

A Yakima man told the jury in his murder trial Wednesday he was defending himself when he stabbed off-duty Vancouver police Officer Donald Sahota with a pocket knife.

Julio Segura, 22, testified for roughly 1½ hours during the 11th day of his Clark County Superior Court trial. Following his testimony, the defense team rested its case.

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