Editor’s Note: This story has been updated from the Feb. 3 print edition. The Reporter received charging documents after the press deadline on Feb. 1. An updated story will be published in the next edition out on Feb. 10.
UPDATE: On Feb. 3 the Renton Police Department tweeted that the 2003 Gold Infiniti that was suspected in the Beaver Lake Park homicide was located on Feb. 2. The tweet said it was unoccupied and has now been impounded for the King County Sheriff’s Office to continue its investigation.
Ka’Deidre Alana Rials, 23, is being held on $300,000 bail after being charged Feb. 1 with four seperate charges.
Rials is charged with felony hit and run, second degree theft and two counts of second degree vehicle prowl.
She was believed to be a Renton resident but according to the superform document from the probable cause hearing on Jan. 30, her last known address is listed in Kent.
King County Sheriff deputies believe she is involved in an incident that happened Jan. 25 in Sammamish.
Moises Elias Radcliffe, 22, approached suspects who had reportedly just prowled his vehicle while parked at the Beaver Lake Park in Sammamish.
According to the superform, the male victim pulled out a firearm and shot at the suspects’ SUV.
He was then hit by the vehicle and carried across the parking lot until he was pinned under the tire, the superform added.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
While the SUV fled the scene, one of the suspects inside threw a purse out the window. Deputies later discovered the purse had been stolen from another vehicle that had been parked at the Beaver Lake Park.
The owner of the purse told deputies that her bank card had been stolen from her wallet.
Deputies were able to pull a print off another card inside the wallet and discovered it matched Rials.
Roughly an hour following the incident in the parking lot, deputies learned that the stolen bank card was used at the Fred Meyer in Renton. Video surveillance footage showed two female subjects attempting to use the bank card.
With help from an associate, deputies identified the two females as a 17 year old from Federal Way and a 16 year old from Des Moines.
Deputies continued to search for the 17 year old female who was seen attempting to use the stolen bank card.
She was located at a house Saturday morning in Skyway along with Rials, who deputies identified as the driver of the SUV who hit and killed the Sammamish male.
Both female subjects were arrested. The 17 year old was arrested for identity theft and possession of stolen property.
According to a media release from Sgt. Cindi West, media relations for the King County Sheriff’s Office, the 17 year old was also believed to have been at the scene of the homicide.
After she was arrested, Rials declined to comment on the incident with detectives.
Deputies continued to search for the 16 year old female that was seen on surveillance attempting to use the stolen bank card.
A media release from West on Jan. 31 said the juvenile was arrested in Federal Way that morning.
The release added she was booked into the Youth Services Center for an outstanding assault warrant. Her case has been forwarded to the prosecutor’s office to review charges relating to the Beaver Lake Park case.
“Detectives do not believe there are any outstanding suspects in the Beaver Lake Park homicide,” the release said.
According to another media release sent out on Jan. 29, the sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help in locating the vehicle deputies believe hit and killed the 22-year-old Sammamish man.
The vehicle is listed as a mid-2000s gold Infiniti mid-size SUV.
On Jan. 31, West said the King County Sheriff’s Office is still trying to locate the suspect’s vehicle.
If you have any information regarding the vehicle, contact the sheriff’s office at 206-296-3111 or call 911.
Two days after the homicide, on Jan. 27, deputies were conducting an undercover operation in Des Moines as part of the investigation into incident at Beaver Lake Park.
According to a media release, deputies had created a ruse to get a 16 year old male to come outside to be questioned.
The release added, deputies believed he was connected to the Beaver Lake Park homicide.
While the 16-year-old came out, a 17-year-old male also came outside with him. According to the release, both were armed with pistols.
The juveniles did not listen to deputies when asked to drop their weapons, the release stated. It added that the 17 year old reportedly fired his weapon at deputies.
Three deputies returned fire on the suspects. The 17 year old was hit and transported to Harborview Medical Center for treatment. The release stated he later died from his injuries.
The 16 year old, that deputies wanted to question, took off and fled on foot.
They later located the suspect at a nearby apartment complex where he was hiding, the release said.
He was booked into the Youth Services Center for weapons charges. The release added, deputies no longer believe he was at the scene of the Beaver Lake Park homicide.