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News Release
Update on Officer-Involved Shooting at West Precinct - 01/27/20

Earlier today, the Hillsboro Police Department received the attached letter from the Washington County District Attorney’s Office regarding an officer-involved shooting that occurred on October 21, 2019 in the parking lot of Hillsboro Police Department’s West Precinct, 250 Southeast Tenth Avenue.

The letter sets forth the events that transpired on that date involving Officer Bobby Voth, Mr. Flugencio Osornio-Ambriz, and Mr. Jason Livengood. The letter states Officer Voth’s actions were clearly justified under Oregon law and likely saved the life of Mr. Osornio-Ambriz, a Hillsboro resident.

The Hillsboro Police Department values and respects human life, and we acknowledge the impact on those left behind in the wake of this event.

We appreciate the time and expertise of the Washington County District Attorney’s Office and the Washington County Major Crimes Team in investigating this matter.

Attached Media Files: Letter