As previously reported, the owners of E2W Brewing of Olalla, Washington were murdered at their home on Thursday, August 18. The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office released the identity of the suspect, Shaun Rose, and asked for the public’s assistance in locating him.
Shaun Rose was arrested in Tacoma on the evening of August 21st for the murder of Mina and Stephen Shulz following a manhunt that crossed multiple counties and involved a network of law enforcement agencies. Rose is now in custody and will be booked into the Kitsap County Jail on a NO BAIL Felony Murder warrant.
Here is the latest update from the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office:
UPDATE ON SHADY GLEN HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION SUSPECT SHAUN D. ROSE IS IN CUSTODY!
After fielding numerous tips from the public and working closely with our law enforcement partners, Officers from the Tacoma Police Department arrested SHAUN ROSE, after a struggle, at a gas station in Tacoma at approximately 8:00 pm tonight.
ROSE had been seen earlier today driving a white Buick passenger car in Mason County. He was located by the Mason County Sheriff’s Office and pursued for some time before being lost due to erratic and dangerous driving on his part. He ditched the Buick and stole another vehicle in Pierce County, which he drove to Tacoma. He abandoned this vehicle as well before making his way to the business where he was arrested.
KCSO Detectives have been working around the clock on this investigation and have been in regular contact with our colleagues at the Tacoma Police Department, Pierce County Sheriff’s Office, and Mason County Sheriff’s Office. This partnership and collaboration was key in apprehending this dangerous wanted felon and we are grateful for their assistance.
KCSO Deputies are en route to Tacoma to take custody of ROSE now and they will transport him to the Sheriff’s Office to be interviewed by our Detectives. He will ultimately be booked into the Kitsap County Jail on his NO BAIL Felony Murder warrant.
KCSO greatly appreciates the support and help we have received from our citizens and professional partners during this arduous investigation. The work continues and will not end until he is held accountable in a court of law.
Detectives still seek information and video surveillance footage if you have any available and can contact Detective Jennifer Rice at (360) 337-5616 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details about the murder investigation will be released as soon as possible and appropriate.