CAMAS, WA — A 19-year-old Vancouver man died in a motorcycle accident on Friday night, according to Camas police.
The Camas police and Camas-Washougal Fire Department responded to the 700 block of NW Lake Road shortly after 7:30 p.m., and the victim was found dead at the scene. There were no other vehicles involved in the crash, which is under investigation.
Speed appears to be a factor in the motorcycle accident, police said, and the name of the man is being withheld until family has been notified.
Northwest Lake Rd. between Lacamas Lane and Lacamas Drive was closed due to the investigation.
This story will be updated as more information is released.
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Camas, WA — Local police are on the hunt for alleged homicide suspect, Guillermo Juarez, after police were dispatched Sunday afternoon following the discovery of a 35-year-old Camas woman.
Susan Schur, of the Camas Police Department, released the following statement:
On 3-18-2018, at 1:35pm, Camas Police were dispatched to a call at the 2100 block of NE Everett St. Upon arrival, police discovered a deceased adult female, identified as 35-year-old Luz Guitron. Inside the house were signs of a struggle and it is believed that Guitron was the victim of homicidal violence.
The suspect is identified as Guillermo Juarez, a Hispanic male/5’9”/170lbs/black hair and brown eyes. Juarez and Guitron have been in a dating relationship for years and have a child in common.
Juarez has fled the area. Detectives are pursuing an arrest warrant.
It was originally suspected that a 6-year-old child was missing in this investigation, but that 6-year-old child and other children related to the family are safe and with other family members.
Camas Police were assisted in the investigation by the Washougal Police and the Regional Major Crimes Unit.
This is an ongoing homicide investigation. No other information is available at this time. An update will be given if the suspect is located and/or apprehended.
At this time, Camas Police would like to emphasize that there is no immediate threat to the public.
For any tips or leads regarding this case, please call 360-834-4151 or call 911.