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Deputy Who Killed Officer Sahota Opened Fire Within Four Seconds Of Arrival

(Vancouver, WA) -- A new report shows the Clark County Sheriff's deputy who fatally shot off-duty Vancouver Police officer Donald Sahota in his own home earlier this year did so within four seconds of arriving on the scene. The Clark County Prosecuting Attorney's Office released new information Friday showing Deputy Jonathon Feller fired four shots within four seconds of parking in front of Sahota's home on January 29th. Sahota was attempting to subdue an armed robbery suspect at his home when Feller shot him. Feller says he thought Sahota was the suspect. Feller was also involved in a controversial fatal shooting in 2020, when he was one of three deputies involved in the shooting death of Kevin Peterson after Peterson allegedly tried to buy drugs and ran from detectives in Hazel Dell. An outside prosecutor determined the shooting was justified, but Peterson's family announced plans to sue over the shooting last year.

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