Detectives Investigating Man Found Shot In Chelan County - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Detectives Investigating Man Found Shot In Chelan County

 

DRYDEN, Wash. - The Chelan County sheriff says a Dryden, Wash., man found fatally shot inside the 25-foot recreational trailer that was his home has been identified.

The Wenatchee World says Sheriff Brian Burnett identified the man Monday as 28-year-old Cody Johnson, who died of multiple gunshot wounds.

Detectives also found a functional-looking pipe bomb in the trailer. Army bomb experts from Yakima were called to dispose of it. Burnett says the pipe bomb does not appear to be related to the man's death.

A friend reported the death about midnight Sunday.

Burnett told KPQ there are some persons of interest that detectives they want to question.

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