Police: 1 arrested, 1 at large after attempted murder in Vancouver

Police: 1 arrested, 1 at large after attempted murder in Vancouver
Pedro Godinez, Jr., AKA "Junior"

VANCOUVER, Wash. – Police arrested a 22-year-old Vancouver woman who they said robbed, kidnapped and shot an Oregon man in Vancouver before stealing his car early Wednesday morning.

Joanna K. Speaks was arrested Friday after a SWAT standoff that lasted about an hour at a Vancouver apartment, located at Southeast 160th Avenue and Mill Plain Boulevard.

Speaks was taken to the Clark County Jail. She faces charges of attempted murder, robbery and kidnapping.

Police are still looking for a second suspect. Pedro “Junior” Godinez, Jr., 19, should be considered armed and dangerous, police said.

Police said the unidentified 37-year-old victim was kidnapped in East Vancouver and taken to an area near Vancouver Lake Park, where he was robbed and shot multiple times.

The suspects left in his 2012 Nissan Sentra.

The victim then walked about a mile through the Shillapoo Wildlife Recreation Area before reaching a group of houseboats. He knocked on doors asking for help, police said, and was eventually taken to a hospital.

Police said Godinez is a Hispanic man who is 5’10’’ tall and weighs about 220 pounds. He has black, closely shaved hair and brown eyes.

Godinez has several words tattooed on his body. He has the word “Mariana” on the right side of his head, “Monica” on the right side of his neck, “Baby” on his right forearm and “Silent” on his left forearm.

Police released two surveillance photos of Godinez that they said were taken after the robbery and shooting.

Anyone who sees Godinez or knows where he is should call 9-1-1 immediately, police said.