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Officer killed in Seaside shootout

Seaside police officer is killed in shootout.

Published on February 5, 2016 12:01AM

Last changed on February 6, 2016 1:06PM

Officers investigate after reports of an officer down on Broadway in Seaside.

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Officers investigate after reports of an officer down on Broadway in Seaside.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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Investigators work the scene of an officer-involved shooting on Broadway in Seaside Friday night.

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SEASIDE — According to Clatsop County District Attorney Josh Marquis, a Seaside police officer was shot during a warrant arrest and died this morning at Seaside Providence Hospital after an altercation with a man outside the Pig ’N Pancake in downtown on Broadway Friday night.

No one was life-flighted, but helicopters are on standby. The suspect is at Columbia Memorial Hospital, according to Marquis.

A press conference is scheduled for 10 a.m. today.

According to TV stations, while serving a warrant, according to the Seaside Police Department, an officer was shot at 9:24 p.m.

According to Seaside police the officer is 39-year-old Jason Goodding. He was with the department for 13 years.

A second officer nearby returned fire, hitting the suspect, police said. The suspect was taken to the hospital. The suspect’s condition is also unknown.

A press release said, “We are aware of social media and news reports regarding the event. We ask for respect and consideration for the families and for Seaside Police Department.”

Clatsop County District Attorney Josh Marquis said the Major Crimes Team is investigating.

Eyewitnesses say the officer was shot at least three times after tasing the man.

Broadway is closed downtown and is blocked off by police tape. Multiple law-enforcement agencies assisted the Seaside Police Department.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated when more information becomes available.



























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