Images of the inside of Jenoah Donald’s vehicle and contents found inside were released by the SW Washington Independent Investigative Response Team
VANCOUVER – Detectives from the SW Washington Independent Investigative Response Team (SWIIR) executed a search warrant of the vehicle Jenoah Donald was driving the evening he was shot by a deputy from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO). On Friday, photos were released by investigators of the inside of the vehicle and of items that were located inside the vehicle.
On the evening of Feb. 4, CCSO deputies responded to the 6500 block of NW Jordan Way in Hazel Dell for the report of suspicious activity involving two vehicles circling the area. CCSO Deputies Greg Agar, Holly Troupe and Sean Boyle responded.
After a traffic stop, the vehicle Donald was driving was pulled over. The officers eventually struggled with Donald, who was shot during the incident. Donald later died at an area hospital.
On Friday (Deb. 26), photos were released of the interior of Donald’s vehicle and of the items that were located inside the front passenger, center console and driver’s area of the vehicle.
- Photo #1 shows the vehicle from the view of the passenger side prior to removal of any items.
- Photo #2 shows the items that were in the front passenger area of the vehicle.
- Photo #3 shows the items that were in or on the center console of the vehicle.
- Photo #4 shows the items that were in the driver’s area of the vehicle.
The SW Washington Independent Investigative Response Team (SWIIRT), led by the Vancouver Police Department, is continuing 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.
Information provided by Vancouver Police Department.