MURDER CHARGES TO BE SOUGHT AGAINST WARREN IN HOOPA WOMAN'S DEATH
The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office says it is requesting murder charges be brought against Jason Warren for the September death of Hoopa resident Dorothy Ulrich. The Sheriff's Office says it has completed its investigation of Ulrich's death and has sent its report to the District Attorney's Office along with a declaration of support for an arrest warrent for Warren on homicide charges. The Sheriff's Office says Warren is the only suspect in the case. Ulrich was killed at her Hoopa home on September 27 and her car stolen. The vehicle was later recovered and is believed to be the one involved in a hit and run crash that killed HSU Geography instructor Suzanne Seeman and seriously injured her two companions who were jogging with her at the time. The investigation of the hit and run lead California Highway Patrol officers to Ulrich's Hoopa home where her body was found. Warren has not been charged in the hit and run but has been named a person of interest in the case. Warren, 28, is currently serving a 9 year prison sentence on a unrelated charge. He was out of jail and awaiting sentencing at the time of Ulrich's murder and the fatal hit and run.