Wounded Vancouver officer Goudschaal ‘satisfactory’

Dustin Goudschaal initially listed in critical conditon following shooting

Facebook photo of Vancouver police officer Dustin Goudschaal, shot several times June 30, 2014. (Facebook)
Facebook photo of Vancouver police officer Dustin Goudschaal, shot several times June 30, 2014. (Facebook)

VANCOUVER, Wash. (KOIN 6) — The Vancouver police officer shot seven times following a traffic stop Monday is now listed in satisfactory condition.

Officer Dustin Goudschaal’s condition was confirmed by Kim Kapp with Vancouver PD.

He was initially listed critical condition immediately after the shooting.

Goudschaal, 32, was hired by the Vancouver Police Department in 2008 and was previously a police officer with the University of Arizona.

He received a Meritorious Service Award after an incident in December 2011. In September 2013 he became a motor traffic officer.

More than 150 people gathered Tuesday for a vigil outside the hospital where a Vancouver officer is recovering after being shot on Monday.

James Todd Sapp was booked on charges of attempted murder, robbery and unlawful possession of a firearm, was arraigned at 9 a.m. Sapp is an unemployed, nearly 48-year-old man with ties to white supremacists.

Timothy Plantenberg was also arrested. He told investigators he was a passenger in the truck when Sapp allegedly shot Goudschall.

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