A Texas truck driver who had been stalking a Washington state podcast host and her spouse killed them early on Friday morning, according to the police. Early on Friday, a stalker from Texas entered a luxurious house in a Seattle suburb. He shot the podcast host and her husband to death before turning the gun on himself.
The shooter, identified as Ramin Khodakaramrezaei, is thought to have entered the couple’s Redmond, Washington, house through a bedroom window at around 2:00 a.m. The woman’s mother had an encounter with the gunman but managed to flee before heading to a neighbor’s home to dial 911.
According to the outlet, Naseri was discovered wounded in the chest when police came. He was lying on the front lawn. Despite receiving CPR, he was declared dead at the site. According to Lowe, the lady and suspect are connected in a Farsi-speaking social network app group. Apparently, the killer and the host’s wife met her through a podcast she was hosting, and they became friendly and “talked,” Green said. But then he just started sending her so many texts that she made the decision to stop talking to him.
According to Lowe, the woman first called the Redmond Police Department in December and then got in touch again in January because of the suspect’s “intensified” behavior. According to Lowe, the man had sent her more than one hundred “contacts” in a single day at one time and showed up in person and sent presents and other things via mail.
The victims “did everything they possibly could” to defend themselves, he claimed, including installing security cameras. Lowe claimed that early this week, he received a case briefing.
According to King County District Court documents, Khodakaramrezaei was charged on March 2 with two counts of telephone harassment and one count of misdemeanor stalking, the same day a bench order was issued for his arrest. According to the documents, a judge issued an interim restraining order against Khodakaramrezaei on March 3 and scheduled a hearing for a final order.
Khodakaramrezaei was told to hand over his weapons even though he was not present at the meeting. According to Green, the shooter resided in Texas, officers were unable to deliver the order to him because “we weren’t able to make contact with him.” Police are yet to know how long he had been in Washington before the shooting.
Redmond Police Chief Darrell Lowe described the murders as the “absolute worst outcome for a stalking case” while speaking to reporters.
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