Triple Murder Suspect's Body Found In Wandermere Area - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Triple Murder Suspect's Body Found In Wandermere Area

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Dustin Gilman Dustin Gilman
Dustin Gilman Dustin Gilman

BREAKING ALERT: Spokane Police have confirmed that the body found in north Spokane (909 Hazard Rd.) in the Wandermere/Hwy. 395 area belongs to Dustin Gilman - the suspect in a triple homicide Friday evening.  

Gilman, 22, is suspected of killing a Spokane woman - Tracy Ader - and her 8 and 10-year-old sons Friday evening. He had been staying with the Ader family.

Authorities had been tracking Gilman's cell phone, which led them to the area where the body was discovered. According to SPD, his body was found high on a cliff, making extraction difficult.

Tracy Ader and her 8- and 10-year-old sons were found shot dead while Ader's husband, Nick Ader, was in the hospital.

Spokane Mayor David Condon and Council President Ben Stuckart today are expressing their sympathies to the family, friends, and neighbors of homicide victims, Tracy Ader and two children.  The officials also commended Spokane Police detectives for locating the body of the suspected perpetrator of the crime.

"My heart goes out to all who knew and loved the victims of this horrible crime," says Mayor Condon.  "We cannot make the pain they feel go away, but we are working to find some resolution in the case.  We have concentrated law enforcement efforts all weekend to address this crime, and today we have seen significant progress."

"I, too, extend my sympathies to the family and friends of the victims," says Council President Stuckart.  "As an advocate for Spokane's children, I am deeply saddened by this crime, but grateful for the excellent work of our Police officers."

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