Police identify man shot by officer and Clackamas deputy following pursuit
PORTLAND, Ore. – Police identified the suspect in the Oct. 20 officer-involved shooting as 29-year-old Jason Leo Hansen, of Vancouver.
In a release issued Thursday, Portland Police Bureau said Hansen is still receiving treatment in a Portland hospital. When he’s released, he will be booked into the Multnomah County Jail and his criminal charging information will be released.
Police say Hansen led authorities on a stolen car chase before he was shot by a Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office deputy and a Portland Police Bureau officer in Southeast Portland.
Clackamas County deputies said police located the stolen car in the parking lot of the Johnson Creek Fred Meyer around 8 p.m. on Oct. 20. The driver led police on a chase for several miles before crashing on Southeast Gray Street.
A Portland Police K-9 helped law enforcement track him down near the intersection of Southeast 89th and Harney Street. A witness KATU News that’s when gunfire erupted between the suspect and law enforcement.
Portland Police said Hansen was shot twice and is in serious condition, but is expected to survive.
Police identified the officer involved in the shooting as Kameron Fender. He is a nine-year-veteran of the Bureau, assigned to the Tactical Operations Division Canine Unit. Officer Fender was bitten by a Clackamas County K-9 and was taken to the hospital. He was released Saturday morning. Officer Fender was also involved in officer-involved shooting death of John Elifritz in April 7, 2018. Friday's incident marks Portland Police Bureau's fourth officer-involved shooting in 2018.
The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Deputy involved in Friday's shooting was Deputy Jon Campbell, a 12-year-veteran of the Sheriff's Office.