Police arrest 3 suspects for drive-by shooting in Vancouver
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Officers arrested three young men after a drive-by shooting in Vancouver on Tuesday afternoon, police officials said.
No one was hurt in the shooting.
Reports of gunfire came in about 4:15 p.m. in the 3500 block of NE 109th Avenue.
Initial reports stated that several men were fighting, shots rang out, and the suspected shooters fled in a silver vehicle.
Police arrived to find several shell casings and bullet holes in a vehicle.
A short while later, officers spotted the suspect vehicle around the 9600 block of NE 73rd Street.
Law enforcement blocked off the area and several people came outside of an apartment. Police filed for a search warrant and found two guns inside the home.
Three people were booked into the Clark County Jail:
- Damari T. Robins, 18, Assault I, Drive By Shooting
- Rae’Shaun M. Bolds,19, Assault I, Drive By Shooting
- Depree R. Smith, 19, Assault I, Unlawful Possession Of a Firearm, Drive By Shooting
Vancouver Police had help from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, detectives from the East and West Vancouver Police Neighborhood Response Teams, the Safe Streets Task Force, and the SW Washington Regional SWAT team.