Suspect in Oct. 19 officer-involved shooting identified
Police have identified the suspect shot by an officer on Oct. 19.
Jason Leo Hansen, 29, of Vancouver, Washington, remains in a Portland hospital receiving treatment. He will be booked into the Multnomah County Jail on yet-to-be-announced charges when he is released.
Hansen was shot by Portland Police Officer Kameron Fender, a nine-year-veteran of the Bureau, assigned to the Tactical Operations Division Canine Unit. Fender was injured by a K-9 in the incident, but was treated and released from a hospital.
A Clackamas County Sheriff's Office deputy involved in the incident is identtifed as Jon Campbell, a 12-year-veteran of the Sheriff's Office, assigned to patrol.
According to Portland police, the incident started when a Clackamas County deputy saw a stolen car at the Fred Meyer off Johnson Creek. The driver took off, followed by the deputy, until he crashed near Southeast 92nd and Grey. The suspect then ran away, leaving a woman passenger behind.
During the search for the suspect, a Portland police officer and Clackamas County deputy exchanged gunfire with the suspect. The suspect was hit twice and was taken to the hospital. No officers or deputies were hurt in the shooting. The Portland Police Bureau is the lead agency in the officer-involved shooting investigation.
KOIN 6 News is a news partner of the Portland Tribune and contributed to this story.