November 30, 2009 by USA Post
Maurice Clemmons has reportedly been tracked to the Leschi neighborhood in the Clemmons manhunt. Maurice Clemmons was allegedly seen in the area according to a tip that police had received, and officers made their way to the location on Sunday night. The search for Maurice Clemmons stems from the murder of four police officers on Sunday morning in a Parkland coffee shop. The four officers were preparing for duty with the Lakewood Police Department, and appear to have been gunned down in cold blood.
KOMO 4 News out of Seattle, Washington was reporting a break in the case on Sunday night when it came in that Clemmons could be in the Leschi neighborhood. At around 8:00 P.M. SWAT was sent out to surround a house in the area. There is a lot of police action in the area right now as the search continues to find their man of interest in this case. It still isn’t clear what the relation between Maurice Clemmons and this case might be, but the authorities must have some piece of evidence that ties him to the case to be looking so hard for him.
On the KOMO 4 News story about the search for Clemmons, it was pretty telling how the people of Seattle feel about this killer on their message boards. They don’t have any kind words to say about Clemmons, and many of them were calling for him to be killed by the police officers searching for him. It goes without saying that the police on the scene want to bring this man to justice if they have tied him to the case, and the police are hoping that the search turns up fruitful results as the hours drag by on Sunday night.
The search could continue into the night as authorities try to close in on the location of Maurice Clemmons. Maybe on Monday it will be revealed why Clemmons has been named as a person of interest in the case, and what exactly his tie to the Lakewood police shooting might be. According to several reports, Clemmons has also been convicted or charged with various felonies over the years, and was actually just let out of jail on bail for the rape of a child.
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