Woman Jailed In Vancouver Hit & Run Released

Posted by Jeremy Scott on January 29, 2014

Rosemary Reynolds contributed to this story

VANCOUVER — A judge ruled that Kalista Andino, one of two women arrested for witness tampering in a deadly hit and run, can be released from the Clark County Jail.

The judge warned that witness tampering is serious and if she fails to follow through with the no contact order, she’ll be right back in jail.  …

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Two Arrested for Witness Tampering in Vancouver Hit & Run

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on January 25, 2014


VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) – Police in Vancouver have arrested two people for investigation of witness tampering in connection with a hit-and-run that left two women dead.

Sgt. Troy Price said in a news release Saturday that 63-year-old Linda Smith and 21-year-old Kalista Andino had been taken into custody, and more arrests are expected.

Two women, 28-year-old Irina Gardinant and 45-year-old Raisa Mosh, …

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Police Find Vehicle In Deadly Vancouver Hit & Run

Posted by Jeremy Scott on January 22, 2014

VANCOUVER — Police have tracked down the vehicle that they believe was involved in the hit and run crash that killed two mothers on Sunday night.  The victims were in a crosswalk at Northeast 72nd and Vancouver Mall Drive when they were hit by a pick-up truck.

They were showing pictures of the vehicle in a neighborhood not far from the scene …

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Third Suspect Arrested in Human Trafficking Investigation

Posted by Pat Boyle on December 24, 2013



Beaverton, Oregon – Beaverton police say a third suspect in a human traffic investigation has been arrested by police in Vancouver.  30 year old Yahir Ibidem Munoz was arrested on a secret indictment issued by a Washington County Grand Jury.

The arrest is part of an investigation that has been going on since September. He faces charges ranging from  rape and …

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Pension Burden is Lowest in Vancouver

Posted by Steve Leader on December 19, 2013
Vancouver Waterfront

A study by a non-profit, non-partisan, research group finds vast differences in pensions costs  among 173 American cities surveyed.

Preliminary research by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence shows the city with the lowest pension burden, as a share of city revenue, is Vancouver, Washington.

Researchers examined the percentage of city revenue that went toward retirement benefits for municipal employees, …

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