Jarid Haddock Wanted For Triple Murder In Washington

Jarid Haddock

According to recent reports a SWAT team in Washington State has a home surrounded where alleged killer Jarid Haddock is inside. According to police reports Jarid Haddock walked into a Circle K store in Yakima Washington and immediately began firing killing three people inside of the store before fleeing. Police would be able to track Jarid Haddock to a home which was surrounding by the SWAT team as negotiations are taking place. It is unknown at this time whether anyone else is in the home beside Jarid Haddock

Turns out Jarid Haddock would be found dead behind a marijuana store. He borrowed a phone and called his mother admitting to killing the three people and was going to kill himself. Someone would call the police regarding the suicide threat and by the time they arrived Jarid Haddock would be found deceased

  • Update Jarid Haddock would commit suicide

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YAKIMA, Wash.-

10:45 a.m.

YPD has released the name of the suspected shooter and some photos have also been released

Jarid Haddock is believed to be the individual in the current standoff with law enforcement on the 3400 block of Birchfield.

According to court documents 21-year-old Jarid Haddock has charges dating back to 2020 for theft of a motor vehicle, possession of a stolen vehicle and obstruction.

Haddock was stopped in a stolen car that was taken while it was warming up. Haddock tried to run from the scene, but was arrested.

Court documents from 2021 show that Haddock completed a diversion program and the case was dismissed.

According to the Yakima County Coroner’s Office one of the three shooting victims was a male. One autopsy will be conducted on Wednesday and the remaining two are set for Thursday.

10:00 a.m.

The suspect’s mom is on scene of the SWAT standoff and has been communicating with the suspect barricaded in the house through a loudspeaker.

The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) also has a drone in the air above the scene.

A NonStop Local reporter at the scene reports that law enforcement may be deploying flash bangs in the home.

UPDATE. 8:35 a.m.

The suspect wanted in connection to this morning’s shooting on Nob Hill Blvd has been located at a house on the 3400 block of West Birchfield.

Police and SWAT units are on scene. The suspect has not yet been arrested.

6:45 a.m. 

According to Yakima Police 3 people are dead after an early morning shooting on Nob Hill Blvd and a fourth person has been injured.

The suspect reportedly shot into a silver or gray Chrysler sedan, striking an individual in the car. The suspect then got in the car and drove away from the scene.

According to the YPD the condition of the fourth victim is unknow.

YPD Officers responded to the scene around 3:30 a.m. and found three gunshot victims.

According to YPD’s initial investigation the shooting appears to be random. The suspect fired inside the Circle K and then moved across the street to the Arco station and fired into a car. The suspect then left eastbound on Nob Hill Blvd.

The suspect is not in custody and is considered dangerous. They are believed to be in a gray or silver Chrysler sedan according to the YPD.

Police do have surveillance video from inside the Circle K and eye witness accounts.

Nob Hill Blvd between 16th and 18th Streets in Yakima is closed as Yakima Police investigate the shooting.

According to the YPD the road is expected to be closed for an extended period of time. Drivers are asked to find alternate routes


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An “armed and dangerous” suspect is on the run in Washington state after killing at least three people at a Circle K convenience store early Tuesday in an apparent “random” shooting, authorities said. 

The shooting happened at the store in Yakima around 3:30 a.m. on Nob Hill Boulevard, Yakima Police Chief Matt Murray said during a briefing at the scene.

“This is a dangerous person, and it’s random, so there is a danger to the community,” Murray said. “We don’t have a motive and we don’t know why.”

Murray said the suspect, whom police later identified as 21-year-old Yakima County resident Jarid Haddock, walked into the store and fatally shot two people without provocation.

“It appears to be a random situation,” the chief said. “There was no apparent conflict between the parties. The male just walked in and started shooting.”

The suspect left the store and shot a third victim, who also died, police said.

The suspect then walked across the street to a gas station where police believe he shot into a gray or silver Chrysler 200 with a person inside before fleeing, according to Murray.

It was unclear whether the person inside the vehicle was shot or injured in the incident.


Jarid Haddock Suicide

 Three people were shot and killed at a Circle K store in Yakima early Tuesday.

At 3:30 a.m., police received a call about a man who was shooting people at a Circle K on 18th Street and Nob Hill Boulevard, according to Yakima Police Chief Matthew Murray.

Police arrived to find three people dead inside and outside the store.

Initially, officers believed there may have been another shooting victim in the parking lot of an ampm/Arco across the street, where the gunman had fired into a vehicle, but later said new information indicated there may not be a fourth victim.

Police said that after shooting into the vehicle, the gunman stole it and fled eastbound on Highway 24 toward Moxee. The car is a gray or silver sedan, possibly a Chrysler 200.

At 9:17 a.m., Yakima police said the presumed homicide suspect is Jarid Haddock, a 21-year-old Yakima County man who was considered armed and dangerous.

Murray said the shooting appeared to be random and there was no apparent conflict before the man walked into the convenience store and started shooting.

Investigators have video from the Circle K and are collecting other surveillance videos in the area.

At 2:16 p.m, officers received a 911 call from a woman that said the suspect had used her phone. The suspect called his mother, where he made incriminating statements, and according to Yakima police, the suspect said that he “killed those people.”

The 911 caller said the suspect said he was going to kill himself. The woman said the suspect was near a Pizza Hut, next door to a Target in Yakima.

When officers arrived, they found the suspect at a marijuana store behind the Target, dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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