Burien man sought in double homicide in Pioneer Square


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The Seattle Times is reporting that a 22-year-old Burien man is wanted on a $5 million warrant after prosecutors charged him with two counts of first-degree murder for a double shooting in March in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood.

According to the charges, Darion Lipsey — who is known on the streets as “Memphis,” “Little D” and “D-Bo” — went looking for Isaiah Whitmore, 24, after being involved in some kind of argument hours earlier, when Whitmore apparently pulled a handgun and threatened to shoot Lipsey. Lipsey drove around downtown with a companion “waiting for an opportunity to confront Whitmore,” charging papers say.

Read the Times’ full story here.

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4 Responses to “Burien man sought in double homicide in Pioneer Square”
  1. Ctac says:

    That’s gangster squad

  2. Question Authority says:

    Hanging in an alley at 0530 can’t be a good sign your a contributing member of society, but it sounds like he’s a good shot. Those nicknames are classic D-Bag and the fact he’s put Burien in the news again for all the wrong reasons is always enlightening for all the people looking to move here or open businesses. Where’s the description so we can help put him away for free room and board for probably about 7-10 years tops.

    • Question Authority says:

      Now that a photo has been produced it may be wise to look for him at the Dragon Pearl after he be rolling in on some 24’s.

  3. Robert T Magnim says:

    Turning his life around??

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