Wednesday, May 27, 2015

The Ganfield Case Coverage & Updates

Updating


Sheriff’s Office Release Photo of Homicide Suspect; Million-Dollar Bail Warrant Set - Hank Sims/Lost Coast Outpost 5/27/15


Semore arraigned today for the murder of David Ganfield, co-defendant not yet arraigned but has a special allegation charge in addition to murder - John Chiv/Words Worth 5/18/15
Jonas Randall Semore, a co-defendant with Nickolas Ryan Joseph Johnson in the murder of David Dwayne Ganfield was arraigned late this afternoon in Courtroom 2.
HCSO Press-Releases: UPDATE

On 05-14-2015 at 1:50 p.m. the Eureka Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that was being driven by Jonas Randall Semore age 42 at Harris and Summer Street, Eureka. Semore was detained by the Eureka Police Department. The Eureka Police Department was aware that the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office considered Semore a person of interest in the homicide investigation of Ganfield. The Eureka Police Department then contacted Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Detectives and advised them that Semore was detained. The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Detective requested that Semore be placed under arrest for the murder of David Ganfield.

Semore was then placed under arrest by the Eureka Police Department for homicide. Semore was transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility where he was booked for homicide and his bail was set at one million dollars.

This homicide investigation is still under investigation by Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Detectives.

Another Homicide Arrest Today; Sheriff’s Office Books One for Ganfield Slaying - Hank Sims/Lost Coast Outpost

Second Homicide Suspect Named, Considered Armed and Dangerous - Andrew Goff/Lost Coast Outpost 5/15/15
(A) second homicide suspect in this case has been identified as Nickolas Ryan Joseph Johnson age 23
Second suspect in Ganfield homicide - HCSO/Mad River Union 5/15/15
Arrest made in connection to Ganfield homicide - HCSO/Mad River Union 5/14/15
Another Homicide Arrest Today; Sheriff’s Office Books One for Ganfield Slaying - Hank Sims/Lost Coast Outpost 5/14/15
On 05-14-2015 at 1:50 p.m. the Eureka Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that was being driven by Jonas Randall Semore, age 42, at Harris and Summer Street, Eureka. Semore was detained by the Eureka Police Department.

The Eureka Police Department was aware that the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office considered Semore a person of interest in the homicide investigation of [David] Ganfield. The Eureka Police Department then contacted Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Detectives and advised them that Semore was detained. The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Detective requested that Semore be placed under arrest for the murder of David Ganfield.
Previous Semore:
Traffic Stop Leads to Bonanza Meth Harvest - Hank Sims/Lost Coast Outpost
EPD Harvests 18 Pounds of Sensi in Broadway Avenue Motel - Hank Sims/Lost Coast Outpost
Suspicious Behavior Leads Officers to Meth, Money, and Arrests - Kym Kemp/Lost Coast Outpost
Gang Member Jonas Semore Popped - Skippy Massey/Humboldt Sentinel 6/11/13
And Jonas Semore, Too. Again. - Skippy Massey/Humboldt Sentinel 4/4/13
EPD: High Speed Car Chase Ends With Meth Discovery - EPD Press Release/Andrew Goff/NCJournal 6/19/12
Anyone with information for the Sheriff’s Office regarding this case or related criminal activity is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office at 707-445-7251 or the Sheriff’s Office Crime Tip line at 707-268-2539.
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Man Delivered to Hospital Unconscious Succumbs to Injuries; Fifth Humboldt Homicide of the Year - Andrew Goff/Lost Coast Outpost 4/30/15
Assault victim dies of head injuries; case declared a homicide - HCSO/Mad River Union 4/30/15

Unconscious Man Dropped Off at Mad River Hospital, Now in Critical Condition - Andrew Goff/Lost Coast Outpost 4/29/15
(A) male assault victim who was dropped off at the emergency room by an acquaintance. The male victim appeared to have head trauma and was unconscious. The victim had no identification on his person and the acquaintance had left the emergency room prior to telling the medical staff the victim’s name.

The deputy at the hospital took a photograph of the victim and was able to identify him through a law enforcement database as David Dwayne Ganfield age 36 from McKinleyville
Man with head injury dropped off at hospital - HCSO/Mad River Union 4/29/15

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