Detectives seek teenager in murder of Everett
December 10, 2017
(EVERETT, WA.) -- Snohomish County Sheriff's office detectives say they've developed probable cause in a murder probe for the felony arrest of a suspect identified as 16-year-old Larry Dontese Dorrough.
Larry Dontese Dorrough. CLICK TO ENLARGE
The teen is wanted for the 1st degree murder of a 54-year-old woman who was shot to death early Thursday morning near Everett in a mobile home park. A 17-year old boy was also injured.
Dorrough is the same suspect detectives were attempting to contact last Thursday night on North Road that led to a SWAT Team call out.
"Dorrough is transient and known to frequent the Everett/Lynnwood area (and possibly the Seattle area). He is 5’06”, 150 lbs., with brown eyes and brown hair and is considered armed and dangerous," said a statement from the sheriff's office.
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If you have information about Dorrough, you're asked to call the anonymous tip-line (425-388-3845). If you see Dorrough,authorities say do NOT attempt to contact him and call 911 immediately.
The incident for which Dorrough is wanted happened at the Village Green Mobile Home Park on Gibson Rd. Two calls were made to 911 around 4:45 am., one reporting a burglary in progress and another reporting shots fired.
"When patrol deputies arrived, they found two victims with gunshot wounds. The 54 year-old female died at the scene and the male was transported to Providence Regional Medical Center," said Snohomish County Sheriff's office spokesperson Shari Ireton. "Witnesses reported that there were several suspects involved, possibly up to four. Patrol and police units from several other agencies conducted an extensive search of the area."
KCPQ-TV in Seattle said the 17-year old that was injured and hospitalized was the mother's son. As of Thursday afternoon no suspects were in custody.
The TV station said it had talked with a young woman named Alicia Young who told a reporter it was her mother and little brother that were the victims in the shooting.