Bail At $1,000,000.00 For Escort Accused Of Shooting Everett Customer

November 8, 2017

Everett, Police Blotter


Everett Police Detectives search a shooting victim’s house on October 24th. At that time they were trying to determine exactly what crime had been committed.

An Everett Police detective wrote in probable cause papers that the suspect who shot an Everett man twice in the head last month was “emotionless and showed that she was cold and calculating. In the end she said that she shot (the victim) two times in the head because he was preforming oral sex wrong and she did not know how to tell him that.”

Today an Everett District Court Judge found there was probable cause to hold the 21-year-old Skagit County woman for 1st degree assault, 1st degree robbery and identity theft in the 1st degree. Bail was set at one million dollars. is not naming the woman as formal charges have not been filed.

Everett Police say on the morning of October 24th, officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Hawthorne St. to check the welfare of a 36 year-old man at his residence. Officers entered the home and found him awake but unresponsive. The man was transported to a local area hospital where it was discovered he had been shot and two bullets remained lodged in his head.

During the course of the investigation, detectives with the Major Crimes Unit searched the man’s residence and discovered his wallet was missing. They also determined a female, who had been at the home numerous times before, was the last person to be inside.

Detectives learned that around the time of the shooting, almost $12,000 was taken from, or charged to, the man’s financial accounts. The charges were tracked to area businesses where it was confirmed the female had used the accounts and she was identified.

Detectives gathered video from inside the man’s home and his doorbell to help make their case. After arresting the woman in Skagit County a detective wrote that she confessed to the crime and even asked them to call one of her other customers to post her bail. The prosecutor has three days to file formal charges or release her from jail.

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