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Clark County Sheriff’s Office IDs all victims in child sexual exploitation investigation

Holbrook to appear in Superior Court on Thursday

By Griffin Reilly, Columbian staff writer
Published: May 29, 2024, 5:45pm

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday its special victims unit has identified all potential victims in a child sexual exploitation investigation of an Oregon man.

Jamil Holbrook, 23, of Oregon City, Ore., was arrested May 23 on a warrant for first-degree child molestation and charges of child sexual abuse images. Wednesday’s update said detectives will be referring additional charges of sexual exploitation of a minor.

Holbrook was initially booked into the Clackamas County, Ore., Jail but he was transferred Wednesday to the Clark County Jail. The jail roster shows he is scheduled to appear on the allegations Thursday in Clark County Superior Court.

“With the public’s help, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Unit has identified all the victims for whom there was evidence of involvement in this investigation,” the sheriff’s office said Wednesday. “Parents need not contact SVU unless they have specific information or evidence involving juveniles and the suspect.”

The sheriff’s office investigation confirmed there were no female victims. But the agency did not specify how many victims were identified.

It said the special victims unit has also notified other law enforcement agencies in Washington and Oregon of possible crimes that occurred in their jurisdictions.

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