Alyssa Ann Longwell identified as homicide victim, suspect in custody
Alyssa Ann Longwell Death – On Saturday, deputies from Douglas County detained a person suspected of homicide who was on Badger Mountain Road. Near Waterville, on the 17000 block of Badger Mountain Road, around 5:18 o’clock in the evening, deputies responded to a call of a woman who had been shot. About an hour later, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office issued a warning on their search for the homicide suspect they were looking for. According to witnesses, they saw the victim get out of a vehicle just before the culprit pulled over and started shooting her many times, which ultimately resulted in her death.
East Wenatchee Police Department
As soon as the suspect noticed the witness party, he started shooting at their vehicle as well. As they fled the site, the witness party was involved in a skirmish that resulted in minor injuries. Because the suspect was able to depart the scene, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, the East Wenatchee Police Department, the Wenatchee Police Department, the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office, the Washington State Patrol, and Fish and Wildlife immediately began searching for him. The identities of both the homicide suspect and the victim involved in the event that took place on Badger Mountain Road on Saturday evening have been made public by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
Suspect and victim identified
Alyssa Ann Longwell, 37 years old and hails from Kennewick, Washington, was identified as the female victim. Longwell was unable to overcome the effects of her injuries and passed away at the scene. According to the deputies, this was an isolated incident, and there is now no threat to the safety of the general public. Wenatchee native Dalton Scott Potter, age 27, was determined to be the person responsible for the crime. Potter has been charged with a single crime of first-degree murder as well as two charges of attempted murder in the second degree. The inquiry will be carried on further by detectives and deputies from Douglas County.
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