Marysville Detectives continue to investigate and at this time, are actively seeking Anthony Boggess, 30 years of UPage–he is wanted for questioning in this homicide investigation. He stands 6’1″ and weighs approximately 203 pounds
UPDATE Jan. 7, 3:21 P.M. –  With the help of the Snohomish County Violent Offender Task Force, Boggess was arrested this
afternoon in Seattle without incident. Marysville Detectives interviewed Boggess who confessed to the homicide. Anthony Boggess, 30 years of age was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for Murder 2nd Degree and Attempted Arson 1st Degree

Original Article Below:

MARYSVILLE – Around 11:33 a.m. on Jan. 4, Marysville Police responded to the 5000 block of 88th St NE for a suspicious circumstance. A co-worker had responded to check on a 65-year-old male, James Thrower, who had missed work. Upon arriving at the residence, the co-worker spoke with an acquaintance of Thrower, Anthony Boggess.

According to police, Boggess said something about an altercation and then fled prior to Police responding. The coworker later discovered Thrower deceased in the garage.

Detectives from the Marysville Investigations Unit along with the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office have determined Throwers death as a homicide.

Marysville Detectives continue to investigate and at this time, are actively seeking Anthony Boggess, 30 years of age–he is wanted for questioning in this homicide investigation. He stands 6’1″ and weighs approximately 203 pounds.

Boggess is homeless and frequents various locations between Marysville and Seattle. If anyone sees Boggess or knows of his whereabouts do not approach him and call 911 or the Marysville Police 360-363-8350 immediately and report it. Investigators believe this Is an Isolated incident and there Is no threat to the public.

Daniel Albert is an Award-Winning journalist majoring in Integrated Strategic Communications at Washington State University.