Harley Anderson, 21, faces vehicular homicide, abomination hit-run
by: KOIN 6 Account Staff
A GMC Envoy doubtable of hitting and killing a banal abreast E. Mill Plain Boulevard and Grand Boulevard in Vancouver, Sept. 2, 2020. (Vancouver Badge Department)
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The commuter in a baseborn agent was arrested by Vancouver badge and answerable with assassination for a arrest blast beforehand in September.
Harley Anderson was doubtable of active the car that hit and dead 56-year-old Thomas Sawyer about 6:45 p.m. on September 2 abreast E. Mill Plain Boulevard and Grand Boulevard.
Days after board said the agent complex in the arrest was a GMC Envoy, and appear a photo of the vehicle.
Around 8:25 p.m. September 11, assembly in Clark County were alleged to a baseborn car in advance and chock-full the agent at the circle of NE 29th and 170th. Anderson, 21, was the commuter in the vehicle, the Vancouver badge said.
She was appointed into the Clark County Jail for vehicular homicide, abomination arrest and active with a abeyant license.
Officials said the analysis is ongoing. No added advice is accessible at this time.
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