The man who was wounded by Beaverton Police Thursday afternoon is recovering in a hospital.
Beaverton Police have released the timeline of events:
Call came out for a disturbance involving an armed male. The male was contained in a vehicle.
Beaverton units arrived and contained the situation.
Valley Catholic High, Middle, Elementary Schools put in lockout. Officers responded to school for students/staff safety.
Washington County Tactical Negotiation Team and Crisis Negotiation Unit requested.
Farmington Rd was closed between Murray and 150th for the public’s safety.
Officers negotiated with male for 2 ½ hours.
The male shot at officers. Officers returned fire and the male sustained injuries.
The male was medically treated on scene by officers and medical personnel before being transported to a local hospital.
The officers involved in the shooting were put on paid administrative leave, which is standard procedure.
No officers were injured during the shooting.
We don’t know the motive behind the shooting but hopefully this will come out in the investigation.
Washington County Major Crimes team is investigating.
Valley Catholic Schools were released from lockout.
The update Thursday is that the man remains hospitalized. His name and condition aren’t being released.