The Washington State Patrol said the man was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for the felony counts of manslaughter and runaway, vehicle homicide and first-degree murder on Thursday.
On Saturday, December 3, the suspect allegedly hit Glenn Starks, 50, an employee at Kirkland RV, as he was shoveling snow on the sidewalk outside the business.
According to court documents, the Starks’ body was flung into the air by the suspect’s vehicle and found more than an hour after the collision under an RV. The suspect’s vehicle crashed into three RVs before stopping at the Manor Way intersection.
The Washington State Patrol said the suspect fled the scene on foot.
According to court documents, detectives were able to identify the suspect through the vehicle that was left at the scene.
The suspect’s first trial is scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday.
https://www.king5.com/article/news/crime/everett-vehicular-homicide-kirkland-rv-shoveling-hitandrun/281-593c53f6-325d-435f-9c23-69bb340900cb Suspect accused of killing man shoveling snow appears in court