Ongoing neighbor feud leads to shot into apt

Clark County Sheriff's Office: No injuries

File photos of officers responding to a shooting wearing tactical gear (KOIN/File)
File photos of officers responding to a shooting wearing tactical gear (KOIN/File)

VANCOUVER, Wash. (KOIN 6) – An on-going feud between neighbors boiled over Wednesday night when deputies say a bullet was fired into an apartment.

Clark County Sheriff Detective Sgt. Kevin Allais says deputies were called to the apartment in the 10200 block of Notchlog Drive around 9 p.m. Wednesday. When deputies got there, they spoke with four people who claimed their neighbor had shot through the wall and then made threatening comments towards them, Allais says.

Michael Richard McDonald was arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree assault. Deputies say there were no injuries. Detectives say they obtained search warrants for both apartment units. McDonalds is in the Clark County Jail. He is scheduled to be in court Thursday morning.

Allais says there has been an ongoing dispute between McDonald and one of the residents of the neighboring apartments. Details have not been released.

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