OR manhunt underway for suspect in Friday killing spree

  • OR manhunt underway for suspect in Friday killing spree

OR manhunt underway for suspect in Friday killing spree

The suspect, who was considered armed and risky, was not found after a manhunt Friday, Coos County District Attorney Paul Frasier said.

A weekend-long manhunt for a suspect wanted in the deaths of three people in North Bend, Oregon, ended Sunday when the suspect turned himself in to police in Wisconsin, investigators said.

Nicholson is also accused of shooting and killing Jennifer L. Davidson, 47, at a pot shop Friday.

A second person was injured and rushed to Bay Area Hospital, however their condition is now unknown.

Just minutes later, police were called to a shooting at Herbal Choices Marijuana Dispensary where a person was killed.

Police have yet to identify the suspect, and the public are urged to not approach him.

After the shooting, Frasier said the suspect went to a nearby sporting goods store and bought more ammunition.

In a trailer parked at the Mill Casino campground area, police found a third body. The prosecutor did not say how that victim died but that "there is no question in my mind this person died of homicidal violence".

Cops are looking for a white 2019 Dodge 3500 pickup with the license plate 243-LWL.

None of the victims has been identified, and Frasier said it was unclear what, if any, connection they had to the suspect. The vehicle was found crashed on Highway 126 near Noti, and it had been set on fire.

Frasier said that the investigation is ongoing, but it appeared that Nicholson was able to drive to Wisconsin.