A man accused of shooting and killing two Hoonah police officers in front of family members was captured Monday after a two-day standoff. John Marvin Jr., 45. is being charged with two counts of first degree murder.
A resident of the Western Alaska village of Noorvik who punched a security guard, threatened to kill troopers, then fled to the hills was taken into custody Friday evening after a 12-hour manhunt, Alaska State Troopers said. Lisa Demer
Two Hoonah police officers were shot and killed by a suspect who early Monday was still barricaded in his home on Front Street in the Southeast Alaska community of about 850 people, according to Alaska State Troopers.