Area resident Jordan A. Spisla taken into custody and charged with Murder II
VANCOUVER – A Vancouver resident has been taken into custody after a reported assault.
On Thursday (Aug. 11) at about 4:38 p.m., Vancouver Police responded to the 2700 block of NE Arnold Rd. for the report of an injured male laying in a field. The male was suffering from multiple injuries and was transported to an area hospital where he remains in serious condition.
Based on information from the investigation, police determined Jordan A. Spisla, who lives at a residence near the field where the victim was located, was responsible for the assault. A warrant for his arrest was issued and police responded to Spisla’s residence.
After multiple attempts to get Spisla to exit the residence, he was taken into custody without incident and was booked into the Clark County Jail for Murder II (attempted).
The Vancouver Police Department Major Crimes Unit is investigating.
Information provided by Vancouver Police Department.
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