Neah Bay man arrested after two-vehicle wreck on Highway 112

CLALLAM BAY — A Neah Bay man was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence after several others were injured in a two-vehicle wreck on state Highway 112.

Robert J. Parker, 63, remained in the Clallam County jail Sunday afternoon held on $10,000 bond.

The wreck was first reported at 5:36 p.m. Saturday about 5.5 miles southeast of Clallam Bay, according to the State Patrol.

Shane Kerron, 45, Jewlea Kerron, 19, and Adriona Kerron, 18, all of Neah Bay, were transported to Forks Community Hospital with injuries.

Parker was traveling westbound on state Highway 112 when his vehicle crossed over the center line and struck Shane Kerron’s vehicle.

This incident was one of four DUI arrests in Clallam County over the weekend, according to the State Patrol.


Reporter Jesse Major can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 56250, or at [email protected]

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