Arrest made in connection to firearm incident at Vancouver Mall

One parent allegedly pointed a gun toward another parent after a group of teens got in a fight two weeks ago at the Vancouver Mall.
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Suspect charged with felony Harassment from gun incident on March 22

An arrest has been made two weeks after a man was alleged to have pointed a gun at another man in the Vancouver Mall.

Georgio C. Stevens was taken into custody without incident Friday. He was booked into the Clark County Jail for felony Harassment.

This incident is related to a report that Vancouver Police responded to at approximately 8 p.m. on March 22 at the Vancouver Mall. The report said that several teens were in a physical fight in the area of the food court. One parent stepped in to stop the fight, and another parent pointed a firearm at that parent, threatening him. 

Police arrived, setting up a perimeter in hopes of contacting the suspect parent. Security at the mall told police that the suspect had left the mall with his family. There were no injuries.

On Friday, as part of the ongoing investigation, detectives from the Vancouver Police Department Crime Reduction Unit, with the assistance from SWAT, served a search warrant at a residence in the 10600 block of NE 44th Street. That is where Steve was taken into custody.

The investigation is ongoing.

Information provided by the Vancouver Police Department.

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