[Vision2020] UPDATE: Victims identified in Moscow shootings

Tom Hansen thansen at moscow.com
Sat Jan 10 19:45:09 PST 2015

Courtesy of the Moscow Pullman-Daily News.


UPDATE: Victims identified in Moscow shootings
David Trail, Belinda Niebuhr, Terri Grzebielski killed, Michael Chin in critical condition

A Moscow man is in custody after allegedly shooting and killing three people in Moscow Saturday afternoon before leading local police on a high speed chase.

Pullman Police, with the assistance of Whitman County Sheriff’s deputies and Washington State Patrol troopers, took 29-year-old John Lee into custody after he led police on a 24-mile pursuit and crashed his vehicle north of Colfax on Highway 195.

According to Moscow Police, Lee is suspected of killing Moscow businessman David Trail, 76, at his office in his apartment building on 303 E. Third St. in Moscow. He also allegedly shot and killed Arby’s restaurant manager Belinda Niebuhr, 47, at the restaurant located on Peterson Drive. His third alleged victim, his 61-year-old adoptive mother Terri Grzebielski, was allegedly killed at her home at the 400 block of Veatch Street.

Also injured in the assault was Seattle resident Michael Chin, 39, who was taken to Gritman Medical Center and is listed in critical condition. Chin was also shot at the apartment building, and was the man who first alerted police of a shooting at 2:31 p.m.

Lee was initially taken to Whitman Hospital in Colfax following the crash before being booked into Whitman County Jail. The pursuit ended at approximately 3:20 p.m.


Emergency medical technicians move a gunshot victim to an ambulance outsie an office at the intersection of Jefferson and Third streets in Moscow on Saturday. Two people were shot at the office, and a third was shot at Arby's in Moscow.



Seeya 'round town, Moscow, because . . .

"Moscow Cares"
Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho
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