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Seaside Police Officer, Suspect Killed in Shooting

Monday, February 08, 2016

 

Sergeant Jason M. Goodding

A Seaside Police Sergeant shot and killed and armed suspect on Friday after the suspect fired a shot at the sergeant and his partner.

Sergeant Jason M. Goodding and an additional Seaside officer made contacct with 55-year-old of Phillip Ferry of Seaside. Ferry was walking own Broadway and was known by the two officers to have a warrant for his arrest. Goodding and the other officer attempted to arrest Ferry for his felony assault warrant.

Ferry began to resist arrest and Ferry’s partner used a taser in an attempt to subdue Ferry. Ferry then fired a shot, striking Goodding. Goodding’s partner returned fire and shot Ferry. 

Both Goodding and Ferry were transported to local hospitals, where they died as a result of their injuries.

Goodding was 39-years-old and lived in Seaside. He is survived by his wife and children.

Goodding graduated from  Sherwood High-School and he earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Portland State University. Sergeant Goodding was hired with Seaside Police Department in April of 2003. 

During his tenure he worked as a patrol officer, detective, and a patrol sergeant. Sergeant Goodding also dedicated time to his community by coaching several different sports teams within the Seaside area. 

The Oregon State Police has been asked to conduct an investigation with the assistance of the Clatsop County Major Crime Team. The Major Crime Team is comprised of officers from Seaside Police Department, Astoria Police Department, and the Clatsop County Sheriff's Office, Cannon Beach, Warrenton Police Department, and the Oregon State Police. 

 

Related Slideshow: 10 Oregon Colleges With The Most Reported Crime

Public and private universities are required to report criminal offenses every year, under the federal Jeanne Clery Act. GoLocalPDX analyzed the reports, made public through the Department of Education, for data from 2009 through 2013. 

The ranking is based on the average reported crime over five years, per 1,000 students. 

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#10

Oregon State University

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 248

Student Population in 2013: 27,902

Average crime per 1,000 students: 2.009

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#9

Concordia University

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 267

Student Population in 2013: 5,428

Average crime per 1,000 students: 2.016

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#8

University of Oregon

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 267

Student Population in 2013: 24,473 

Average crime per 1,000 students: 2.234

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#7

University of Portland

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 46

Student Population in 2013: 4,036

Average crime per 1,000 students: 2.335

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#6

Portland State University 

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 510

Student Population in 2013: 28,260

Average crime per 1,000 students: 3.612

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#5

Lewis and Clark College

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 70

Student Population in 2013: 3,521

Average crime per 1,000 students: 3.822

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#4

Southern Oregon University

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 86

Student Population in 2013: 5,992

Average crime per 1,000 students: 3.991

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#3

Willamette University

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 110

Student Population in 2013: 2,855

Average crime per 1,000 students: 7.62

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#2

Oregon Health & Science University 

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 167

Student Population in 2013: 2,838

Average crime per 1,000 students: 11.89

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Reed College

Total Reported Crime between 2009-2013: 146

Student Population in 2013: 1,411

Average crime per 1,000 students: 20.036

 
 

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