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KHQ TWEETS: South Hill Murder Suspect Makes First Court Appearance

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

TWEET FROM DYLAN WOHLENHAUS:  Prosecutors are asking Suckhow be held under a 2-million dollar bond.  Defense will argue the bond at a later date.

TWEET FROM DYLAN WOHLENHAUS:
Suckow is being charged with premeditated 1st degree murder of Spokane businessman Doug Carlile.

TWEET FROM DYLAN WOHLENHAUS: Prosecutors are asking Suckhow be held under a 2-million dollar bond.

TWEET FROM DYLAN WOHLENHAUS: Suckow is being charged with premeditated 1st degree murder of Spokane businessman Doug Carlile.

TWEET FROM DYLAN WOHLENHAUS: Tim E. Suckow, accused of murdering Doug Carlile makes first appearance in court.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: NEW INFO: Carlile family says the did a commendable job with this murder investigation, they "haven't let up."

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: NEW INFO: I just spoke to the Carlile family. They are so very relieved after the news of the arrest

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
COURT DOCS: DNA samples off the leather glove found in the backyard match Timothy Suckow who was arrested Tuesday morning.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
COURT DOCS: That employee denies Henrikson asked him to find someone to kill Carlile.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
Detectives spoke an employee of Henrikson who has gone to prison for murder. That employee has "Mexican Mafia" tattooed.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
COURT DOCS: Detectives searched Suckow's phone and found the name "James ND" and it listed James Henrikson's number.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS suggest that Henrikson is currently under federal investigation for defrauding an energy company out of millions.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: The CI said he has also heard Henrikson threaten to hurt Carlile's entire family.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: A confidential informant told police he has "personally heard Henrikson threaten to kill Carlile."

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: Henrikson admitted that he is "very angry" with Carlile saying "he does not pay people the money they are owed."

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: Docs show that Spokane Police have been in North Dakota for interviews on this murder investigation.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: Henrikson told police yesterday he did not kill Carlile and does not know why someone would hurt him.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: Detectives talked to Henrikson yesterday and he said Carlile owes him $1.88 million dollars

TWEET FROM ALEX: COURT DOCS: Employee of Carlile told police Henrikson was mad because he said Carlile owed him a lot of $ and was not paying.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
COURT DOCS: Son told police that Henrikson had been to Garfield home where murder occurred on "numerous occasions."

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: DOCS: Carlile's son loaned his father a gun for his protection prior to murder

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: Henrikson said if son did not give him $, "something bad could happen to me and my family."

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
COURT DOCS: Henrikson showed up at Carlile's son's office and demanded 400k in late August or early September.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
COURT DOCS: Doug said: "If I disappear or wake up w/ bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it." (James Henrikson was a business associate of Doug Carlile.)

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: The detectives received a list of all Chevrolet extended vans in Spokane area. IRS environmental had one of them.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: Detectives impounded a 1995 Chevrolet extended van that matches suspect van captured in video.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS: Detectives executed a search warrant at Timothy Suckow's employer, IRS Environmental, Monday.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
Court docs: A detective found a dry leather glove outside the Carlile home the night of murder. It rained earlier that night.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER: COURT DOCS confirm my report that this murder may be tied to the North Dakota Oil Industry.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
NEW INFO: Chief Frank Straub to address media on arrest of Timothy Suckow in the Doug Carlile murder investigation at 2:30.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
NEW INFO continued: Suckow said... "When I get mad I get explosive et dangerous. Mostly to myself."

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
NEW INFO continued: In 1995 Suckow said "I'm always hearing voices (Satan talking to me) to kill myself or cut myself up."

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
NEW INFO: Just obtained court docs from previous arrests. Docs say Suckow had "history of devil worshiping, explosive anger."

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
Clerk says the last arrest they have from Suckow was in 1983.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
Department of Corrections tells me he was under DOC Supervision from 1984-1991

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
Spokane County Clerk says Suckow has two burglaries on his record.

TWEET FROM ALEX ROZIER:
Suckow will be making his 1st appearance on his 1st degree murder charge later today .I expect some new details in court docs.

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police Major Crimes detectives have made an arrest in the homicide of Doug Carlile. Timothy E. Suckow, 50, was arrested for 1st Degree Murder and will make his first court appearance Tuesday at 1:30 pm.

On December 15, 2013, an intruder entered Carlile's South Hill home on South Garfield and shot him. Carlile's wife was home at the time and said that the intruder pointed a gun at her husband, who tried to calm the man down. She ran upstairs and hid in the closet and then heard gunfire.

Further information will be released as it is appropriate and available.



 

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