The Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office has named the suspects in a pair of separate incidents that occurred earlier this month, including a Brewster homicide and a Tonasket assault.
Nicolas Perez-Patistan of Brewster is wanted for a July 17th homicide at a Gebbers Farm camp near Brewster, said Sheriff Frank Rogers. He is identified as the man who fought with Carlos Porras-Trujillo, who died from a head wound. His body was later found dumped in an orchard. Detectives believe Perez-Patistan is still in the Brewster area.
Bernadino Valle-Padilla of Tonasket, is wanted on suspicion of attempted murder and first-degree kidnapping.
He is the suspect in a July 22nd shooting at an orchard on Loomis-Oroville Road. Ivan Nunez-Morales was shot in the face and chest with a .22-cailber handgun, and has since been released from Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
After the shooting, the suspect forced another victim at gunpoint to drive him about 10 miles from the scene, and has not been seen since. He is considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of either man should contact Detective Mike Murray or Detective Kreg Sloan at 422-7232.
Bernadino Valle-Padilla, 28, is suspected of shooting Ivan Nunez-Morales on July 22 at a Tonasket area orchard.
07/27/2011 Photo courtesy of the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office
Nicolas Perez-Patistan, 25, Brewster, is wanted for the homicide of Carlos Porras-Trujillo, who was killed during a fight in an orchard camp near Brewster on July 17.