Six Killed In Washington State Masscre


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Apr 22, 2002
Metro News Source:

>>Arrests Made Following Discovery Of Six Murder Victims

(Carnation, WA) -- The King County Sheriff's Office says two suspects are in custody for investigation of the Christmas Eve massacre of six-members of a Carnation-area family, whose bodies were discovered Wednesday morning by a coworker of one of the victims. Sheriff's spokesman John Urquhart says the bodies of four adults and two young children were found around the rural property. While autopsies have yet to be performed, it appears the victims were shot to death. Urquhart says deputies arrested a man and woman who live on the property, located off a dirt road in the 18-hundred-block of 346th Avenue Northeast. He says one of the suspects is the daughter of the oldest victims and the other is her boyfriend. The victims include a man and woman in their 50s, a man and woman in their 30s and two children, a girl about six-years-old and a boy about three-years-old. According to Urquhart, they were members of the same family. The motive has not been determined but authorities don't believe drugs were a factor in what is being called one of King County's worst mass-murders in recent history.

It looks like the victims were three generations of the same family and the female suspect may be the daughter of the oldest couple. It also looks like some sort of money dispute is what led to this. Sick.


Registered User
Jun 28, 2006
Only six people is hardly a massacre.