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Month: November 2018

Washington’s Most Notable Manhunts

The Seattle Post Intelligencer ran a feature this morning, (November 20) about the biggest manhunts in Washington.

As I went through the cases, I realized that I had either been the lead detective, or worked on about eight of them.

My photo, (though a silhouette) is in the story of Maurice Clemmons, the murderer of four Lakewood, WA. police officers, himself killed by a Seattle Police officer.  I’m on the left in the photo.

The feature can be found here.

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The Passing of a Legend

I learned the sad news this morning: Dr. Donald Reay, (or Doc Reay, or just Don; they were all fine with him), legendary Chief Medical Examiner in King County passed away last night.
Reay was a nationally recognized Forensic Pathologist, but just a regular guy at the same time. Teaching those who wanted to learn about death, (like me) was something he loved to do. He was a legend in his own time, and I owe a lot of what I know to him.

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