2 fugitives arrested in Washington's Ferry County



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MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — Two males suspected of killing a Washington man and dumping his body near Troy, Idaho, have been arrested in Ferry County, Washington.

The Latah County Sheriff's Office says 18-year-old Matthew McKetta and 17-year-old Keagan Tennant were arrested without incident Friday afternoon by Ferry County law officers.

Their stolen car had been found earlier Friday near Curlew, Washington, which is near the Canadian border.

The victim was identified Friday as 18-year-old Timothy Jacob Reeves of Pullman, Washington. Law officers believe he was shot to death on Monday. His body was found Wednesday near Troy, Idaho.

The Latah County Sheriff's Office issued arrest warrants for the two fugitives.

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