All three deputies remain on critical incident leave
VANCOUVER – The Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputies involved in Thursday’s officer-involved shooting have been identified.
On Thursday (Feb. 4), the deputies were conducting a traffic stop in the area of NE 68th Street and NE 2nd Avenue in Hazel Dell. Few details have been released about the traffic stop, which led to the shooting of 30-year-old Jenoah Donald. According to a statement issued Saturday by the Vancouver Branch of the NAACP, Donald was on life support Saturday afternoon at an area hospital. There have been no updates on Donald’s condition.
Previous law enforcement releases indicated four deputies were involved in the incident. Based on information from the investigation, it has been determined that three deputies were involved.
The involved deputies, who remain on critical incident leave, are:
• Sean Boyle: 21-year deputy with CCSO and currently assigned as a K-9 handler in Central Precinct.
• Greg Agar: 6-year deputy with CCSO and currently assigned to swing shift out of West Precinct.
• Holly Troupe: 1.5-year deputy and currently assigned to graveyard out of West Precinct.
The Southwest Washington Independent Investigative Response Team, led by the Vancouver Police Department, is conducting the investigation into the officer-involved shooting. Nothing additional related to the investigation is releasable at this time.
Additional information will be released as it becomes available and will be sent out via media release.
Information provided by Vancouver Police Department.