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News Release
Fatal Hit and Run Investigation - 01/24/22

On January 23, 2022 at about 1255 hours emergency responders with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, Clark County Fire District 6, and American Medical Response (AMR) responded to a two-vehicle serious injury hit and run collision at NE Highway 99 and NE 88th Cir in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington.  Emergency responders discovered a gold 2005 Ford F250,  which had been reported stolen out of Washington County Sheriff’s Office,  was being operated south on NE Highway 99 in the outside lane when it went through a red traffic signal at NE 88th St and struck a gray 2013 Mercedes sedan operated by eastbound on NE 88th St by 52-year-old William Stevens of Vancouver, Washington. William Stevens had to be extricated from his Mercedes and was transported to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center where he died of his injuries.  The driver and lone occupant of the stolen Ford F250 fled on foot eastbound on NE 88th St from NE Highway 99.

Witnesses described the suspect as a white male adult, wearing a dark colored stocking cap, light blue hoodie, dark colored backpack, and blue jeans.

Numerous resources to include a police K9 converged on the area to search for the suspect but were unsuccessful in located him.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance from the public with identifying and apprehending the suspect.

Information related to this investigation can be directed to Detective Todd Young at todd.young@clark.wa.gov or 564-397-1624.
 

Video surveillance is available upon request. 

 

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