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(Vancouver, WA) -- The N-double-A-C-P of Vancouver is calling on the Clark County Board of Commissioners to get body cameras for the sheriff's office following a fatal officer-involved shooting. Deputies shot and killed 26-year-old Kfin Karuo of Vancouver on Sunday night after he allegedly pulled a gun on them following a pursuit. Jasmine Tolbert, President of the Vancouver N-double-A-C-P, released a statement calling on the sheriff's office to get body cameras so they have a better idea of what happens when there's a shooting. Discussions about body cameras were held over the summer, but no decisions were made.

 

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