Caller to 9-1-1 stated he had arrived at his parent’s residence and informed dispatch that his adult stepfather had been shot, possibly by his mother
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) is investigating a death in East Clark County early Thursday.
On Thursday (April 27) at about 6:41 a.m., the CCSO responded to a report of an assault with a weapon. The caller to 9-1-1 stated he had arrived at his parent’s residence and informed dispatch that his adult stepfather had been shot, possibly by his mother.
The caller was in the residence talking to both his mother and dispatch as CCSO personnel arrived. CCSO was able to detain the mother and make the scene safe. CCSO and medical personnel entered the residence and found the 68-year-old male deceased.
The CCSO Major Crimes Unit has arrested and booked Beverly A. Tafolla, age 67, of Camas, into the Clark County Jail on charges of Murder in the second degree,
The deceased was identified as Robert A. Tafolla, age 68, of Camas.
Robert was found to have suffered from multiple gunshot wounds and a .38 special revolver was recovered at the residence.
As a precaution, Beverly was transported to a local hospital for an evaluation prior to being booked into jail.
Future updates will be added to this release as more information becomes available.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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