Suspect identified in murder of E2W Brewing owners



Sherrif’s office is asking for the public’s help in apprehending Shaun D. Rose (pictured above). As we reported yesterday, Mina and Stephen Shulz, the owners of E2W Brewing of Ollala, Washington, were murdered at their home sometime Thursday. Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office has identified a suspect and is asking for the public’s assistance. See the official statement from KCSO below.

Shaun Rose is said to be a resident of Longbranch, Washington. He is believed to be hiding in the Tacoma/Pierce County area and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Recently, the suspect failed to appear for a pre-trial hearing in Kitsap County Superior Court on charges of theft of a firearm and residential burglary. That burglary took place in 2021 about three miles from the Shulz’s home. Court records indicate that the suspect stole over 12 guns, including assault rifles and handguns.

Here is the statement from KCSO.


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KCSO Detectives have been working tirelessly on the double homicide investigation on Shady Glen Ave in Olalla. The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office has identified a suspect in these brutal murders.

Detectives have obtained a felony arrest warrant for Murder for 40-year-old SHAUN D. ROSE (03-18-1982). Investigators are looking for video from the area near Bowe Lane in Port Orchard on August 18th between 8:00 am – 9:00 am, where it is believed Rose stole a vehicle to leave the area. The vehicle has since been recovered. If any video is located, please email the relevant portion of the video to kcsodetectives@kitsap.gov.

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Rose should be considered armed and dangerous. He is believed to be hiding in the Pierce County and Tacoma area. Anyone with information that will help with this investigation to contact Detective Jennifer Rice at (360) 337-5616 or at the email above. You can also submit tips to www.CrimeStppers.com or using the P3Tips app.



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1 thought on “Suspect identified in murder of E2W Brewing owners

  1. I never thought I would see a post like this one on the blog. What a terrible tragedy. Condolences to the loved ones of the deceased.

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