GUILTY WA - Donavin Stapert, 17, Malden, 7 March 2013

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    http://www.kndu.com/story/21573000/missing-have-you-seen-this-runaway-juvenile

    osted: Mar 11, 2013 10:32 AM EDT
    Updated: Mar 11, 2013 12:24 PM EDT

     
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    Missing Child Poster Partner Restriction - Washington

    Tuesday, March 26, 2013 7:34 AM

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    "posters@ncmec.org" posters@ncmec.org
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    Donavin Stapert missing from Malden, WA, has been restricted. Please discontinue dissemination of this poster.
    Please remove and discard any posters on this case that you have placed in public view.
    We greatly appreciate your part in our efforts to reunite families.
    Thank you for your support.
     
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    Homicide investigation pairs teams from Spokane, Whitman counties

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    Wednesday's homicide investigation is about 60 miles north of Malden. A Spokane County Sheriff's Ofc. spokesman said, as of 10:15 a.m., he could not confirm whether the investigation outside of Chattaroy was related to the Stapert case. Whitman County Sheriff Brett Myers could not confirm the connection either, but says deputies did not stumble upon the crime scene. Investigators were led to this location because of others' statements, Myers said.

    More: http://www.krem.com/news/Malden-murder-suspect-faces-Montana-judge--200262571.html


    Spokane County deputy Craig Chamberlin said the investigation led Whitman County detectives to believe the victim is located near Schwartgen Road south of Deer Park.

    http://lmtribune.com/article_d9a10b12-9705-11e2-a9b0-0019bb30f31a.html
     
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    Body Believed To Be 17-Year-Old Homicide Victim Found Buried In Wooded Area

    Spokane County Sheriff's detectives confirmed Wednesday afternoon, they found a body buried 4-5 feet deep in a thickly wooded area of north Spokane County.

    The discovery came after Whitman County Sheriff's detectives got a tip that a body may be buried in the rural spot near Elk-Chattaroy & Bruce Roads. Whitman County Sheriff Brett Meyers confirmed the tip was related to the investigation into Donavin Stapert, 17, who was initially reported missing from Malden, Washington, on March 7th, and was later presumed dead.

    More: http://www.khq.com/story/21812653/b...d-homicide-victim-found-buried-in-wooded-area
     
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    Suspect: Malden teenager died eating chunks of meth

    Court documents filed on Thursday in Whitman County court revealed new details about the death of a Malden teenager. One of the suspects told investigators that Donavin Stapert, 17, passed out and died from eating chunks of methamphetamine.

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    The files also say the suspects took his body upstairs and put him into a safe and left him there for a few days. The witness also told investigators that they discussed dumping the body somewhere in eastern or southern Oregon. Police believe that eventually the suspects loaded the safe into a vehicle and dumped the body.

    More: http://www.krem.com/news/Suspect-Malden-teenager-died-eating-chunks-of-meth-200502541.html



    :( I'm glad the suspects are talking so they could find Donavin and know what happened. But this has to be awful for his family.
     
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    Donavin Stapert's father arrested in burglary of Bilderback home

    The father of deceased Malden teenager Donavin Stapert is in jail on a $100,000 bond after being arrested for allegedly burglarizing the home of the man accused of killing his son.

    Jason L. Stapert told investigators he stole more than $28,000 worth of guitars, alcohol and other items from the Malden residence of Bobby Bilderback to retaliate against Bilderback for allegedly taking his son's life, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in Whitman County Superior Court.

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    The meth was allegedly provided by Bilderback, 44, who is in jail on a $1 million bond.

    He pleaded not guilty last week to charges of controlled substance homicide, distributing methamphetamine to a minor, endangerment with a controlled substance and possession of methamphetamine. He is scheduled to face a jury in June.

    More: http://dnews.com/breaking_news/article_979d45be-a30d-11e2-92f7-0019bb30f31a.html
     
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    From September 2013:

    http://www.klewtv.com/news/local/maximum-felony-sentence-222167181.html

     

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