Two men injured in North Bonneville shooting

Brian M. Miller, of Camas, was shot three times

A Camas man was one of two people shot during an incident that was first reported as a burglary Wednesday evening in North Bonneville.

According to a press release from the Skamania County Sheriff’s Office, Brian M. Miller, 30, of Camas, was shot three times, and Robert E. Holmes III, 57, was shot once in the face.

The incident occurred at approximately 7:15 p.m., when Miller entered the apartment at 1306 Yehuh St., where Holmes lives with his son, Robert E. Holmes IV, and Sarah N. Marsengill, 35.

The three men became involved in an altercation. Holmes IV allegedly fired a weapon, causing injuries Holmes III and Miller.

Miller left the scene and drove to Washougal where he was later contacted by Washougal Police Department officers and medical personnel.

Marsengill was not injured.

Holmes IV was arrested on charges of reckless endangerment and is currently being held at the Skamania County Jail.

Holmes III was transported to Southwest Washington Medical Center in Vancouver where he was treated and released.

Miller remains hospitalized at SWMC.

Deputies originally responded to the scene following a 911 call that reported a burglary in progress. A second 911 call reported that someone had been shot.

The firearm used in the incident was recovered by law enforcement.

The investigation is ongoing.