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Brothers Sought as Suspects in Death of Pasco Teen

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PASCO, WA- Pasco police have now identified two suspects in Wednesday night's homicide near the cable bridge.

Detectives believe 23-year-old Nathan Quintero and his brother 17-year-old Jaden Quintero are responsible for killing 18-year-old George Garcia Thacker. Investigators tell NBC Right Now, they are considered armed and dangerous.

Earlier on Friday detectives, the Tri-City Regional SWAT team and officers from around the area served search warrants on two different homes.

The first, on the 200 Block of North 6th Avenue and the second on the 2700 Block of Fleming Lane.

Two men were taken in for questioning during the search, one at each of those locations. A K9 unit searched the homes and a shed at the first home. Armored trucks and SWAT members filled the roadway off Fleming Lane during the search warrant.

"Leads that the detectives have come up with have led them to a couple places that they applied for and received search warrants for. Now they are going through the process of collecting evidence and interviews, as part of that investigation," explained Pasco Police Sergeant Scott Warren.

NBC Right Now does not know yet exactly what officers found inside the homes. Since weapons are involved in the homicide case, the SWAT team is also involved.


PASCO, WA - The Pasco Police Department Detectives say after several search warrants and hard work there is probable cause to arrest the two men in the death of 18-year-old Gregory G. Thacker of Pasco

Brothers Nathan T. Quintero, 23, and Jaden F. Quintero, 18, are the two suspects, according to police.

They are considered armed and dangerous. Please call 911 if you see them or have information on their whereabouts.