Police Department’s Son Wanted in Connection with Murder
Details of an local teen's murder are expected to come forth in an Idaho courtroom this week. Here's what we know so far.
As we first reported on July 20th, two Idaho teens are now making their way to Latah County after running away from a possible murder.
18 year old Tim Reeves and 17 year old Keagan Tennant are making their way to Latah County after running away from the crime.
This crime hits close to home, as it not only is the second possible murder to take place nearby within a one-week frame, but one of the suspects Keagan Tennant is the son of a commander at the Pullman Police Department, Chris Tennant.
A teen victim was found in a wooded area after Reeves and Tennant went camping in the area. The police believe the murder took place on July 17th.
According to KTVB,Reeves died July 17th from a single gunshot wound to the head. As of now it's unclear if his death was an accident or not.
Both Tennant and McKetta have been charged with altering the scene and Tennant has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and attempted murder.