Washington County Sheriff’s Office has identified Civil Deputy Charles Dozé as the officer critically injured in a shootout at a Tualatin apartment complex. Dozé, a 10-year veteran, sustained life-threatening gunshot wounds and remains in serious but stable condition. Three other deputies involved in the shooting have been placed on administrative leave. The incident occurred when Dozé and two other deputies arrived at an apartment to serve eviction papers and were greeted by gunfire. The suspect, 34-year-old Kristafer James Graves, was found dead with a gunshot wound in his apartment bathroom. shooting-identified/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>https://www.kptv.com reported
Washington County Deputy Critically Injured in Tualatin Shootout Identified as Charles Dozé
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has revealed the name of the deputy who was severely wounded in an exchange of gunfire at a Tualatin apartment complex. The injured deputy has been identified as Civil Deputy Charles Dozé, who has served the department for a decade.
Deputy Dozé sustained life-threatening gunshot wounds and is currently hospitalized in serious, but stable condition.
The sheriff’s office has also announced that three other deputies involved in the shooting have been placed on administrative leave pending further investigation.
The incident occurred on July 26 when Deputy Dozé, accompanied by two other deputies, arrived at a Tualatin apartment to carry out an eviction. Upon knocking, they were met with gunfire.
According to a fundraiser organized online for Deputy Dozé, he suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the face, arms, and chest.
The suspect, identified as 34-year-old Kristafer James Graves, was later discovered deceased in his apartment bathroom with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, following an intervention by a tactical team.