Arrests are made in Camas home robbery

Juvenile is also suspect in a Washington County shooting

Five Vancouver residents have been arrested on charges of first degree robbery, assault and burglary, in connection with a home robbery in Camas and other crimes in Vancouver and Washington County, Oregon.

Camas police responded to a robbery at 2:30 a.m., Saturday, May 12, that occurred in a private home in the 3900 block of Northeast Tacoma Court.

According to a Camas police press release, three masked gunmen and one woman entered the home and demanded money and valuables from the two victims inside. A gun was fired in the residence, but there were no injuries from gunfire.

One of the victims was physically assaulted during the robbery. The victims were able to identify some of the masked suspects from previous contacts and social media accounts.

The getaway driver is a fifth suspect. Camas detectives got a suspect vehicle description — a light-colored, four-door sedan — after it was seen on a neighborhood surveillance video dropping off the suspects just prior to the robbery.

The vehicle was located on Wednesday, May 16, in the area of Northeast 29th Drive and Northeast 187th Avenue in Vancouver. A traffic stop was conducted, and four people were arrested including two juvenile females and Jamil R. Timpke, 19, and Evan B. Barajas, 20.

A fifth suspect, Keonte D. Scott, 20, was already in custody in the Clark County Jail on an unrelated charge.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office Tactical Detective Unit, Vancouver Police Department Neighborhood Response Team and U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force, assisted Camas Detectives in locating and apprehending the suspects.

One of the juvenile females — Raelyn G. Domingo, 15 — is also a suspect in the shooting of a 56-year-old man in the Sexton Mountain community of Washington County. Sheriff’s deputies responded to the shooting at 1:51 p.m, Friday, May 11, at a residence in the 8600 block of Southwest Muledeer Drive. The man was transported to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Domingo is being held in the Clark County Juvenile Justice Center, on a Washington County arrest warrant for first degree robbery and first degree assault.