Two additional suspects wanted in connection to the now murder investigation, victim succumbs to injuries.
Marysville – 02/22/18
victim of Tuesday night’s assault and robbery, has succumb to his injuries and
passed away last night (February 22nd) at 11:42 pm.
Investigators have now identified two additional suspects in the, now murder investigation, and are asking for the public’s help in locating these two convicted felons, who are to be considered armed and extremely dangerous. Do not approach, if you have information about these two suspects, the crime itself, or a tip on their current location please call the Marysville Investigations unit at 360.363.8300. If you know where the suspects are or see them, you may also call 911 to report their location.
Investigators have learned that Jorge Nava Martinez DOB
08-09-86 and his friend Jose Antonio
Nava DOB 12-23-87 were the two males seen exiting the white Dodge Durango, approaching
the victim, assaulting and robbing him, then returning to the white Dodge
Durango and fleeing the area. Information has been developed that all four
suspects were in the white Dodge Durango immediately before and immediately after
the robbery. “Evidence indicates that one of these two new suspects fired the
handgun that ultimately took the victims life,” said Sgt. James Maples of the Marysville
The two outstanding suspects may still be in the white Dodge Durango. Possible Washington plate associated with that vehicle is BHL1688.
and Nava are confirmed gang members and have ties to the Everett, Mt. Vernon
and Bellingham areas. Martinez sometimes goes by his street name “Speedy” and
Nava sometimes goes by his street name “Chi Chi”.
believe that Martinez and Nava know that the police are looking for them as
suspects in this homicide and that they maybe fleeing the area or in hiding. “The
fact that they know we are looking for them in connection with this homicide
increase the risk factors, the public should not approach these two. If you
know their location Call 911 or the 360-363-8300 number,” said Commander Mark
Thomas of the Marysville Police Department.
Anyone who may have any information regarding this incident is asked to
immediately call Marysville Police detectives at 360.363.8300.
Cmdr. M. Thomas