Charges filed against Bowman in Noll shooting case

Prosecutors today filed first degree murder charges against Dinh Bowman, suspect in the shooting death of Yancy Noll on Friday, August 31.

Bowman was arrested on Friday, September 21 at his home, and appeared in court for the first time on Saturday, where bail was denied.

Today’s statement from the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s office:

A charge of Murder in the First Degree was filed today against ThomasDinh Bowman, who is accused in the August 31 slaying of Yancy Noll in Seattle’s Roosevelt neighborhood. Bowman, 29, pulled up in his BMW convertible and allegedly fired several shots at Noll, who was in his car stopped at a red light at 15th and N.E. 75th Avenue. The murder charge includes a firearm sentencing enhancement. If convicted as charged, the sentence range is 25 to 31 years in prison. Arraignment is scheduled for October 8 at 8:30 a.m. at the King County Courthouse, courtroom 1201. Bowman is being held without bail.

Capitol Hill Seattle has the charging documents available for reading here.

Comments

  1. Between this murder, the murders at Cafe Racer and the murder in Ravenna Park–all committed this year–I’m not feeling so good about our neighborhood.

    Also, all of these murders were committed with guns.

  2. I noticed camera’s pointing at a house back on this day…was wondering if it was related to this…wow.

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