Arrest in fatal Marysville home invasion shooting



EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — Snohomish County sheriff’s detectives arrested a Bonney Lake man Tuesday for investigation of a fatal shooting at a home invasion robbery in December at Marysville.

Detectives believe Johnathan Frohs and Patrick Buckmaster both belonged to the same group of gang members who held a couple hostage. They believe at one point Buckmaster went outside and returned wearing a hockey mask. Investigators think Frohs mistook Buckmaster for someone else and shot the 30-year-old Tacoma man in the head. His body was found last month in a makeshift grave.

The Daily Herald reports ( ) the 6-foot-6, 400-pound Frohs is an outlaw biker nicknamed Bigfoot. The 44-year-old has a record of assault, extortion, kidnapping and drugs.


Information from: The Daily Herald,