Murder: James Tatum, Husband and Father died in Renton, Washington shooting on October 28

RIP: James Tatum passed away in Renton Washington shooting. Learn more about James Tatum obituary and death

James Tatum Death – James Tatum has passed away suddenly. He was confirmed dead on Saturday, October 28, 2023. He died in a senseless shooting, leaving many hearts scarred after learning of his sudden death. He will always be missed by all those who had the pleasure of meeting him during the course of his life.

Since the news of his death surfaced, many have not hesitated to share their heartfelt condolences with the family of James Tatum, also paying tribute to him in recently released statements. Everyone is urged to keep the family in their thoughts and prayers as they navigate through this sad time grieving the unimaginable loss of James Tatum.

Despite the fact that this terrible murder was caught on film and the perpetrator was originally detained, no one has been arrested or prosecuted in connection with the incident. His children and his wife are in utter shock and the general public is urged to keep them all in their thoughts and prayers as they navigate through this sad and difficult time of grief. Also, a justice walk will be held by on Friday, November 3rd in at 68  98057 Rainier Ave S, Renton, WA in honor of dear James.  The time is 5pm.

James Tatum obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by his family


Related Story: Man shot multiple times was found dead in trash can

Police in Washington, D.C., say a man discovered dead in a garbage can earlier this week was shot numerous times. Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block of Fairlawn Avenue about 7:30 p.m. Monday after someone reported discovering human remains in a trash can.

An autopsy revealed that the guy died after being shot many times, therefore his death is being investigated as a homicide. The victim’s identity is unknown. D.C. police are offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case. Anyone with information should contact the police at 202-727-9099.

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