Everett Police Name Suspects, Release Photos in Mobile Home Park Murder

October 4, 2011

Everett, Police Blotter

David Jones Pedersen is considered missing and endangered

The Everett Police Department today named two suspects in the murder of Leslie May Pedersen last week at the Mobile Country Club. Here’s their latest release directly from Everett Police Sgt. Robert Goetz…
EVERETT, WA: Everett Police now have probable cause for the arrest of David Joseph Pedersen and Holly Ann Grigsby for Murder 1st degree in the September 29th stabbing death of Leslie Pedersen.

Suspect Pedersen is a 31 year old white male, 5’10” tall, 165 pounds, with hazel eyes and red hair. Pedersen has extensive tattooing on the upper torso, arms and neck. He also has a tattoo on his left cheek. Those tattoos are displayed in the attached photographs.

Suspect Grigsby is a 24 year old white female, 5’07” tall, 160 pounds (although she looks thinner in recent photos), light brown hair and hazel eyes.

These suspects were last seen in the Salem Oregon where they were observed on surveillance video at a store in the area.

Both are to be considered ARMED AND DANGEROUS and should not be approached if seen. Call 911 if you see either one of these suspects.

We also have an attempt to locate for David Jones Pedersen who is considered a missing and endangered person. David has been missing since the murder and has not been heard from or scene since Monday September 26th. He is suspect Pedersen’s father.

We have been asked about the possible connection between a missing teen in Oregon and our murder case in Everett. We have been working with law enforcement in Oregon and have found potential evidence that our suspects may have ties to their missing person’s case. We have detectives heading back to Oregon to continue to follow up any leads.

Detectives are asking the public to keep an eye out for a 2010 Black Jeep Patriot Washington license ABZ7996. The front license plate has been replaced with a U.S. Marine Corp plate. That vehicle is missing from the residence. If anyone sees that vehicle they are asked to call 911.

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