Renton police search for woman involved in shooting | UPDATE: Suspect arrested

RPD is asking the public to be on the lookout for 55-year-old Jamie L. Kirchman Tureno.

  • Friday, January 26, 2018 11:22pm
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UPDATE (Jan. 26):

Jamie L. Kirchman Tureno was arrested on a $300,000 warrant and booked into King County Jail, according to a Renton Police Department Twitter post.


Renton Police Department is asking residents to look out for a suspect who reportedly shot a man.

According to an RPD press release, police received a 911 call around 12:41 a.m. on Jan. 24, reporting a man had been shot inside a South Renton house.

Officers found a 59-year-old Renton man with non-life threatening gun shot wounds. He was transported to regional trauma center.

Investigating officers and detectives determined the suspect is 55-year-old Jamie L. Kirchman Tureno.

Tureno is a transient, according to the release, and “should be considered armed and dangerous.”

RPD is asking the public to call 911 if the suspect is spotted. If you have any information on this case, call 425-430-7500 (case 18-1072).

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