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Oregon man arrested on child molestation warrant, allegedly took photos at Salmon Creek day care

Clark County sheriff’s office believe there may be more potential victims

By Amy Libby, Columbian Web Editor
Published: May 24, 2024, 7:56am

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Unit is looking for other potential victims of an Oregon man facing child molestation charges in Clark County.

Jamil Holbrook, 23, of Oregon City, Ore., was arrested Thursday on a warrant for child molestation in the first degree, possession of depictions of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct in the first degree, and possession of depictions of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct in the second degree.

Holbrook is currently lodged in the Clackamas County Jail, according to the jail roster. He is being held without bail as a fugitive.

The investigation into Holbrook began March 28 after the sheriff’s office received a report of an adult photographing a child in a inappropriate manner at a Salmon Creek-area day care.

Holbrook was identified as a suspect, according to the sheriff’s office. The day care cooperated with law enforcement and victims related to the day care center have been identified.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Unit has uncovered numerous unidentified victims. The agency is asking for the public’s help to identify those and any other potential additional victims.

Holbrook is believed to be a babysitter who has worked with numerous families throughout the Portland-Vancouver area.

Anyone who has received child care services from Holbrook or anyone with additional information relevant to this investigation is asked to contact the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit tip line at 564-397-2847, or email Special Victims Unit Detective Sergeant Jayson Camp, at jayson.camp@clark.wa.gov. Reference Case #24002591.

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