A residence was struck by at least one round; no injuries reported in association with the incident
A Vancouver residence was struck by a bullet during a drive-by shooting incident Saturday.
On Saturday (Feb. 25) at about 11:11 p.m., Clark County Sheriff’s Office patrol was dispatched to numerous reports of gunshots heard in the area of NE 66th Ave and NE 52nd St.
Multiple callers reported hearing between five and 10 gunshots and the sound of a vehicle leaving westbound on NE 52nd St. Responding deputies located approximately nine casings on NE 52nd St., just east of NE 66th Ave. It was discovered a residence had been struck by at least one round.
There were no injuries reported in association with this incident. This case is being actively investigated at this time.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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