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News Release
WCSO Fatal Crash Update - Nissan Driver Identified - 05/10/22

Update: May 10, 2022 

On April 27, 2022, at 12:24 AM Beaverton Police Officers began an investigation into a two-vehicle crash involving Washington County Deputy Michael Trotter. The initial investigation showed a Nissan Altima with five occupants ran the red light at SW Tualatin Valley Hwy. and SW Murray Blvd., crashing into the driver’s side of Deputy Trotter’s patrol car.

The driver of the Nissan Altima that struck Deputy Trotter is identified as 18-year-old Xavier Denzel Rodriguez. Rodriguez, a Southridge High School student, remains at a local hospital undergoing treatment for injuries sustained during the crash.

Rodriguez is under investigation for traffic related crimes which resulted in the death of 17-year-old Matthew Amaya and 16-year-old Juan Pacheco Aguilera and injured Deputy Trotter and two other individuals.

This is an ongoing criminal investigation. The investigation is a joint effort between the Washington County Major Crimes team and the Washington County Crash Analysis and Reconstruction Team (CART). We are asking anyone with information to please call 503-629-0111. 

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