Spokane police are searching for 22-year-old Dustin W. Gilman as a person of interest in Friday’s triple homicide.
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“It’s just so unfortunate,” said neighbor Shanda Smith as she places a lit candle at an impromptu memorial set for two juveniles and an adult woman found dead in what police are considering a triple homicide in a house at 4411 N. Whitehouse St. in North Spokane, Wash. Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012.
Crime scene investigators arrive Saturday afternoon at the house where three people—two juveniles and one adult woman—were found dead Friday night at 4411 N. Whitehouse St. COLIN MULVANY firstname.lastname@example.org
At a memorial for the Ader family near the home at 4411 N. Whitehouse where they were murdered Friday night, a woman who identified herself only as Lisa, and her 11-year-daughter only as Alyssa, stopped by to pay respects to the two boys, who attended Willard Elementary School with Alyssa. Alyssa said the 10-year-old, who was in the fifth grade, was an excellent student who withstood teasing because of his academic prowess.