Washington County, Ore. – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has identified the deputy and corporal involved in a shooting last week near Hagg Lake. If you want to donate to the wounded officers, the official site is WCSOFoundation.org. Corporal Jeremy Braun remains in the hospital in serious condition.
Deputy Chris Iverson was treated and released from the hospital the night of the shooting.
The suspect, Dante Halling, is still getting medical care at a local hospital.
If you want to donate to the wounded officers, the official site is WCSOFoundation.org.
Read more: from Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office
The following individuals from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office were involved in the shooting on August 8, 2019:
Sergeant John Crecelius – 16 years with the Sheriff’s Office
Corporal Jeremy Braun – 16 years with the Sheriff’s Office
Corporal Cade Edwards – 16 years with the Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Justin Pelletteri – 11 years with the Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Steve Nichols – 10 years with the Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Chris Iverson – 7 years with the Sheriff’s Office
Detective Kevin Winfield from the Tualatin Police Department and Officer Jose Cabrera from the Hillsboro Police Department were also involved in the incident. Detective Kevin Winfield has been with the Tualatin Police Department for 27 years and Officer Jose Cabrera has been with the Hillsboro Police Department for 5 years.
The shooting suspect, Mr. Dante James Halling, is still receiving medical care at a local hospital, and further information is not available at this time on his condition.
Corporal Jeremy Braun and Deputy Chris Iverson were both wounded during the shooting. Deputy Chris Iverson was treated and released at a local hospital on the night of the shooting. Corporal Jeremy Braun is still at an area hospital and remains in serious but stable condition.
Community members have inquired how to donate money to the wounded deputies. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office Foundation has set up the only approved donation site on their Web page, which can be found here. Please note in the comment section on the page that the donation is for the injured deputies.