A4 Thursday, September 26, 2013 The Wenatchee World North Central Washington ◆ Northwest MURDER SUSPECT MAKES FIRST COURT APPEARANCE BY CONNOR VANDERWEYST Columbia Basin Herald passenger side window and shoots before running out of view. The suspect’s vehicle was EPHRATA — The man located by law enforcement accused of allegedly shooting unoccupied in the Ponderosa and killing 22-year-old Juan Trailer Park. While seizing Jesus Garcia at a Moses Lake the vehicle, the detective convenience store made his noticed a cellphone visible ﬁrst appearance in Grant from under one of the seats. County Superior Court Investigators were able to Tuesday afternoon. verify the cellphone matched Anthony R. Vasquez, 23, Vasquez’s phone number, is charged with ﬁrst-degree Manzo was taken to the murder and second-degree Moses Lake Police Departunlawful possession of a ment after it was learned that ﬁrearm. His bail remains at the suspect’s pickup truck $1 million. was his grandfather’s and Vasquez’s arraignment it had been reported stolen was continued to next earlier in the day. Monday, but Prosecutor According to the police Angus Lee stated the report, Manzo discussed his Grant County Department grandfather’s pickup being of Public Defense may stolen, but asked for his need more time to ﬁnd an attorney shortly after the attorney that didn’t have a interview began. conﬂict with the case. A female who was Vasquez was caught reportedly with Vasquez Saturday at a Spokane and Manzo at the time of home after the house the shooting also spoke was surrounded by law with law enforcement. She enforcement. He attempted said she was with Vasquez to ﬂee out of the back door, when a man she didn’t but was soon caught by recognize picked them SWAT team members. up. Vasquez indicated Grant County deputies he wanted to buy some were dispatched to the cigarettes and they drove to Airport Grocery Mart the Airport Grocery Mart on Patton Boulevard in and parked on the side of response to a shooting. Law the road. enforcement contacted a According to her female who was with the statement, Vasquez left victim at the time of the the vehicle and shortly shooting. after she heard a gunshot. After she and Garcia Vasquez allegedly ran back picked up their son they to the pickup and jumped stopped at the grocery mart in yelling for Manzo to so Garcia could buy some get out of there. Vasquez cigarettes, according to the allegedly jumped out of police report. When Garcia the vehicle on Cochran returned to the vehicle she Road while the female and reportedly heard him say Manzo continued to the “go babe” before Vasquez trailer park. allegedly approached The female reportedly the passenger side of the told sheriff ’s deputies that vehicle and shot Garcia. she saw Manzo throw The female told police the shotgun into a shed she saw Vasquez run to before she ran away. Law a blue pickup truck with enforcement was unable a canopy and drive away to ﬁnd the shotgun inside heading north on Patton the shed or at a trailer Boulevard. nearby. According to According to court court documents, deputies documents, law provided a photo montage enforcement showed the and the female was able female a photo montage to identify Manzo as the and within seconds she was driver within seconds. able to identify Vasquez. Manzo was arrested while working at a Moses Video surveillance from Lake fast food restaurant the Airport Grocery Mart and transported to Grant reportedly shows a single County Sheriff ’s Office male approach the side of Maximum Security Facility the victim’s vehicle. The and booked for ﬁrst-degree male points what appears murder. to be a ﬁrearm at the Obituaries JESSICA DANIELLE MCLEAN Jessica Danielle McLean, 27, of Ephrata, died Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013. Survivors include her parents, Edward A. McLean of Renton and Chris Melinda McLean of Ephrata; and her sisters, Ariel McLean of Olympia, Heather McLean of Missouri, and Tessa Evans-Ayres of Ephrata. A service will be held at noon Tuesday at Nicoles Funeral Home in Ephrata, followed by a graveside service at Valley View Memorial Park in Soap Lake. A potluck reception will follow the burial at Memorial Christian Church, 453 E. Division Ave., in Ephrata. Arrangements by Nicoles Funeral Home, Ephrata. News of record DOUGLAS COUNTY Burglaries Reported Sept. 24: 37-inch television and other items taken from a residence in the 10 block South Garden Avenue, Rock Island. Reported Sept. 24: Eight firearms taken from a residence in the 1600 block of Fairview Avenue, Bridgeport. Vehicle prowls Reported Sept. 23: 1200 Eastmont Avenue. Reported Sept. 24: 700 block 13th Street NE; 1300 block North Ashland Avenue. CHELAN COUNTY Vehicle prowls Reported Sept. 23: 1700 block Lincoln Park Circle, 1300 block Springwater Avenue. Reported Sept. 24: 600 block North Western Avenue; 100 block Pioneer Avenue, Cashmere; two in the 900 block Woodward Drive. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson This Monday photo shows the childhood home of Kurt Cobain, the late frontman of Nirvana, left, along an alley in Aberdeen. Cobain’s mother is putting the tired, 1.5-story Aberdeen bungalow on the market this week, the same month as the 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s final studio album. The home, last assessed at less than $67,000, is being listed for $500,000, but the family would also be happy entering into a partnership with anyone who wants to turn it into a museum. Mother selling Kurt Cobain’s childhood home in Aberdeen BY GENE JOHNSON The Associated Press point, he scrawled “I hate Mom, I hate Dad” on his bedroom wall, Cross wrote. ABERDEEN — This month “It’s a place where he had marks the 20th anniversary of very fond memories, but it’s Nirvana’s ﬁnal studio album, the house where his parents and fans aren’t just able to got divorced,” Cross said in an buy a new “super deluxe” box interview. “He couldn’t wait to set to celebrate the occasion. get away, but it’s a place that They can also buy the childhelped shape who he became.” hood home of late frontman The home was last lived in Kurt Cobain, complete with by a family friend four years his mattress. ago. According to The Agency, Cobain’s mother, Wendy the Beverly Hills, Calif.-based O’Connor, is putting the tired, luxury real estate ﬁrm market1.5-story bungalow two hours ing the property, it features the southwest of Seattle on the dining room table and hutch AP Photo/Courtesy Kim Cobain market this week. from when Cobain lived there. In this undated photo provided by Kim Cobain, a young Kurt To help sell it, the family Cobain’s mattress is tucked Cobain plays guitar in his childhood home in Aberdeen. is offering a glimpse into the away in a musty upstairs crawl early life of its tortured and space. talented son through photos some interior walls, and a family lore, Cobain’s father, Cobain lived in about 20 shot at the house, including recent coat of yellow paint, is Don, trapped a rat in a garbage houses in his life, Cross said, one of a chocolate-frosted on East 1st Street in Aberdeen, can in the garage. Don tried to and this isn’t the ﬁrst one birthday cake for Kurt and a gritty and struggling former spear it with a broomstick, but offered for sale based on its a shot of a teenage Cobain timber town at the mouth of the rodent clambered up the connection to rock history. smiling, guitar in hand, in his the Chehalis River near the handle, over Don’s shoulder to In 2002, an Oregon couple messy room. southwest Washington coast. the ground and across Kurt’s bought a home in nearby The home, last assessed Cobain’s parents bought it toes to safety — prompting Montesano for $42,500. When at less than $67,000, is being in 1969, when Kurt was 2. He endless laughter from the they learned that Cobain had listed for $500,000. It’s a lived there until they separated 5-year-old. lived there with his father short walk from a riverfront when he was 9, and again with But his parents’ divorce from 11 to 15, they sold it for park dedicated to Cobain’s his mom during his later teen scarred him deeply. At one $210,000. memory, and the family said years. it would welcome a partnerThe heroin-addicted Cobain ship to make the home into a committed suicide in Seattle in museum. His room still has 1994, at age 27, after a meteoric the stencil-like band names — career that popularized the Visit wenatcheeworld.com Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin — Paciﬁc Northwest’s heavy, to view tributes & sign guestbooks online. he reportedly put on the walls, muddy “grunge” rock. The as well as the holes he put in last of Nirvana’s three studio Jean Itrich Barry them. albums, “In Utero,” came July 24, 1929 ~ September 22, 2013 “We’ve decided to sell out in September 1993, and Mom is out of our sight now but will always be the home to create a legacy Universal Music Group has for Kurt, and yes, there are released a re-mastered version in our hearts and memories. At 84, Jean Itrich Barry went to be with her Savior September some mixed feelings since and a “super deluxe” box set. 22, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. She was surrounded by we have all loved the home Cobain described his early her loving husband, daughters and family and and it carries so many great childhood in Aberdeen as slipped quietly away as a rainbow of promise memories,” Cobain’s sister, happy. As author Charles R. appeared in the view of her window. Jean was Kim Cobain, said in an emailed Cross noted in his Cobain born on July 24, 1929 and raised in Fargo ND. statement. “But our family has biography, “Heavier Than In 1947, Jean married Jack Gordon Itrich from moved on from Washington, Heaven,” he would ride his Hebron, ND. They were married for 62 years and (we) feel it’s time to let go bike around the small yard and raised four children. In the 1960s and of the home.” and pound on a set of Mickey 70s, the couple served as missionaries in Kenya, East Africa as The house, a 1923 structure Mouse drums his parents well as Bolivia. In between missionary tours, the Itrich’s operated with dingy carpeting, waterbought him. pharmacies and gift shops in both North Dakota and Washington stained wooden shingles on In one event that entered IN MEMORIAM Lobby hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Circulation phone hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Call: 663-5161 or 1-800-572-4433 Fax: 662-5413 Classified: 661-1111 Newsroom: 665-1164 wenatcheeworld.com Mailed in state: $19 Mailed out of state: $21 Published daily except Monday, Saturday and Christmas by The World Publishing Co., 14 N. Mission St., Wenatchee, WA 98801. Periodical postage paid at Wenatchee, WA. (USPS 674-340) POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Wenatchee World, Circulation Department, P.O. Box 1511, Wenatchee, WA 98807. The World is a member of Certified Audit of Circulation. x The Wenatchee World uses recycled newsprint and soy ink. Why Pre-Arrange A Funeral? r Relieves children and other survivors of the responsibility of planning a service when the death occurs r Funds can be set aside to cover expenses, removing them from the estate settlement process Kevin Precht r Can reduce estate tax Owner LOCALLY OWNED rProvides peace of mind for the entire family Thefts Reported Sept. 24: Walmart, 2000 N. Wenatchee Ave.; Smoke City, 212 5th St. Malicious mischief Reported Sept. 23: 900 block North Wenatchee Avenue. jonesjonesbetts.com UI4U8FOBUDIFFt State. After Gordon’s death in 2009, Jean met and later married Lawrence Barry of Wenatchee, and had a love affair to remember! Jean was a wonderful mother, home maker and had a great sense of adventure and quick humor. She was a strong influence in the upbringing in her grandchildren’s lives and was very proud of her children and their successes. She was committed to her work for the Lord as a camp counselor, bible school leader, youth group leader, women’s group leader and musician in the church. She is survived by her four children, Carrie Carpenter (Ray) of Wenatchee, Amy Torres (Mike) of Chelan, Maggie Kaminoff (Steve) of East Wenatchee, Wally Itrich of Dickinson, ND; her grandchildren, “Missy” Melissa Vincini, Donovan Suko (Erin) and Mike Suko; her great-grand-children, Sam, Simon and Alex Vincini. She is also survived by her husband, Lawrence Barry of Wenatchee; and her three stepdaughters, Diann Barry (Mark Guy) of Seattle, Doreen Olsen (Rob) of Tacoma and Donna Christopher (Tom) of Spokane; and her sister, Betty Coletto of Simi Valley, CA. Jean’s Celebration of Life will be held Friday, September 27, 2013 at the Wenatchee Free Methodist, 1601 5th Street, Wenatchee, WA. 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