[Vision2020] Moscow Loses Wonderful Community Members

lfalen lfalen at turbonet.com
Sat Jan 10 21:13:13 PST 2015

I heard that one of the victims was Dave Trail before I left Moscow, wanted to confirm it before I said anything. I have know him since a FFA State Convention I went to when I was in high school. 


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Subject: [Vision2020] Moscow Loses Wonderful Community Members
From: "Saundra Lund" <v2020 at ssl1.fastmail.fm>
To: vision2020 at moscow.com
Date: 01/11/15 03:39:12

City of Moscow Police Department Releases Names of Suspect and Shooting Victims in January 10 Shooting
January 10, 2015 (Moscow, Idaho) — The City of Moscow Police Department has released the names of the victims in the January 10, 2015 shooting in Moscow, Idaho.  The deceased victims include Moscow businessman David Trail 76 yoa, Arby's restaurant manager Belinda Niebuhr 47 yoa, and the suspect's adoptive mother and Moscow Family Medicine Physician's Assistant Terri Grzebielski 61 yoa.  Also injured in the assault was Seattle resident Michael Chin 39 yoa.
The suspect has been identified as Moscow resident John Lee, age 29. 
Information developed by law enforcement indicates that Lee shot Grzebielski at her residence in the 400 block of Veatch Street in Moscow.    
Another shooting occurred at the offices of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance at 303 E Third Street in Moscow at 2:31 p.m.  Moscow businessman David Trail and Michael Chin were shot by Lee during that encounter and Trail was transported to Pullman Regional Hospital and declared dead.  Chin was transported to Gritman Medical Center and is currently listed in critical condition. 
A third shooting occurred at the Arby's restaurant in Moscow, located at 150 Peterson Drive.  Lee entered the restaurant and asked for the manager.  Lee then produced a weapon and opened fire. Neibuhr was transported to Gritman Medical Center and was declared dead. 
Lee fled in a black Honda. Pullman agencies then observed the vehicle near Pullman, Washington.  Authorities attempted to stop the vehicle and pursuit ensued.  The vehicle crashed at milepost 47 on Highway 195 at 3:20 p.m. The suspect was taken into custody and booked into the Whitman County jail.  
Law enforcement from the City of Moscow, Latah County, Idaho State Police, as well as Washington agencies, are continuing to investigate the incident. 
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