Jul 20, 2015

Suspect killed by police on I-694 was HS student in Washington; homicide victim IDed - Rick Kupchella's – BringMeTheNews.com

The man who was fatally shot by police on Interstate 694 in Shoreview following an apparent homicide and subsequent police chase early Wednesday morning was a high school student in Washington state. Details on the early morning incident are still sparse, but the Ramsey County medical examiner identified the suspect as Johnathon Dean Mar, an 18-year-old of Kennewick, Washington. In a release...

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