Seattle Police add Jeremy Peck death to ‘unsolved homicides’ list

When Seattle Police overhauled their website and launched a list of unsolved murders, some wondered why it did not include the December 2010 death of Jeremy Peck, who disappeared after a visit to the Admiral Pub early Christmas Eve morning that year, eventually sparking a search that ended when his body washing up on Bainbridge Island in January 2011. We noted at the time that SPD had not classified his death as a murder; when an unsealed search warrant revealed new information in July 2011, police had reiterated that it was being investigated as a “suspicious death.” However, SPD has just added Peck’s death to their “Catch a Killer” page, making an indirect announcement with this tweet a short time ago:

The July 2011 revelations included word of two men having been seen dumping something off the “low bridge” and a car testing positive for blood believed to have been Peck’s. But no arrests have been reported, and police’s addition of the case to the unsolved-murders list indicates a new bid to ask the public for tips.

5 Replies to "Seattle Police add Jeremy Peck death to 'unsolved homicides' list"

  • Krm66 November 6, 2012 (4:52 pm)

    Hopefully sometime soon I will see news that this case has been solved and give his family and friends at least a bit of closure.

  • Alki Resident November 6, 2012 (7:10 pm)

    How is it that a car tests positive for blood and yet no arrests have been made, not to mention there has been a good lead on a local individual and again no arrest? How discouraging, especially now there are three unsolved murders in our area. This scares me.

  • MB November 6, 2012 (9:58 pm)

    @Alki Resident, exactly! Makes no sense.

  • Guy November 7, 2012 (12:36 pm)

    Well said Alki Resident! So sad!

  • WestSide November 7, 2012 (1:32 pm)

    blood and damage in the car, GPS linking indaviduals there around the time he was thrown into the water, witness saw body being dumpd and yet with all that no arrest. there is nothing “suspicious” about being murdered. 2 years later and still no arrest sad his killers still havnt been brought to justice.

    R.I.P JP we miss u buddy

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