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Warren Forrest

Suspected Clark County serial killer denied releasevideo icon

April 23, 2014, 5:00pm Clark County News

Suspected Clark County serial killer Warren Forrest was denied parole, according to a written decision by the Washington Indeterminate Sentence Review Board. Read story

Norma Countryman stands on April 9 in the spot east of Battle Ground where she says she was tied to a tree after Warren Forrest abducted her. Suspected of being a serial killer, Forrest had a parole hearing in February.

Survivor recalls night of terrorvideo icon

Norma Countryman stands on April 9 in the spot east of Battle Ground where she says she was tied to a tree after Warren Forrest abducted her. Suspected of being a serial killer, Forrest had a parole hearing in February.

April 17, 2014, 5:00pm Clark County News

Norma Countryman said she crossed paths with suspected serial killer Warren Forrest when she was 15 years old. Read story

Convicted killer Forrest’s parole hearing delayed

October 30, 2013, 5:00pm Clark County News

A parole hearing for a convicted killer suspected of slaying several Clark County women in the 1970s has been delayed until December. Read story

Starr Lara shows a childhood photo of her and her sister, Jamie Grissim. Convicted killer Warren L.

Local woman speaks against killer’s possible parole

Starr Lara shows a childhood photo of her and her sister, Jamie Grissim. Convicted killer Warren L.

October 7, 2013, 5:00pm Clark County News

A parole board is again considering whether a convicted killer suspected of slaying several Clark County women in the 1970s will remain in prison. Read story

Parole officials interview convicted killer

April 13, 2011, 12:00am Clark County News

A state sentencing board on Tuesday continued its probe into whether a convicted killer from Vancouver suspected of slaying several women in the 1970s should be paroled. A panel of two from the Washington Indeterminate Sentence Review Board interviewed Warren L. Forrest at Stafford Creek Corrections Center in Aberdeen. The… Read story

Killer convicted in 1979 eligible for parole

April 12, 2011, 12:00am Clark County News

A state parole board heard testimony Monday about why a convicted killer -- whom police believe was behind a grisly string of Clark County homicides in the 1970s -- should remain locked up. Warren Forrest, a Vancouver native and Army veteran, was suspected of slaying at least six women in… Read story