Judge Denies Warren’s Motion to Dismiss, Appeals Court Also Denies

Humboldt County Superior Court Judge John Feeney issued a written ruling denying a motion to dismiss counts two through four against Jason Anthony Warren. Read More →

Judge to Rule on Dismissing Murder Charges on Jason Warren

NOTE: A ruling was issued on April 10, 2014 that denied the motion to dismiss. Look for an updated article in the April 22 edition of the Two Rivers Tribune. Read More →

In Loving Memory: Farewell My Daughter

With time the broken heart learns to heal Memories are priceless when loving is real When the saddened soul lives with reflection Sorrow and pain bar forwards direction Read More →

Fire Destroys Vacant Home in Hoopa

A home near the intersections of Shoemaker Road, Moon Lane, and Highway 96 in Hoopa, where Dorothy Evelyn Ulrich was killed on September 27, burned to the ground early in the morning on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013. Read More →

VOICES: Mother of Homicide Victim Writes to Attorney General

I am the mother of Dorothy Ulrich. On September 27, 2012, my daughter was brutally murdered in her home in Hoopa, California by suspect [allegedly] Jason Warren. After killing my daughter, he [allegedly] stole a vehicle that she had borrowed and drove to Eureka where he allegedly ran down three joggers killing one of them, Suzanne Seemann, a professor at California State University Humboldt. Read More →

Suspect Named in September Homicide of Hoopa Woman

On Tuesday, Nov. 20, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office concluded a majority of the death investigation of Dorothy Evelyn Ulrich, 47 years old of Hoopa. Read More →

A History of Violence

Who is Jason Anthony Warren? Even before the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office announced last Tuesday, October 2, 2012 that Warren was a person of interest in connection with the killing of Dorothy Ulrich in Hoopa and the hit and run death of Suzanne Seemann in Eureka, the family of Ulrich began to search for information about the 28 year-old male. Read More →

In Loving Memory: Dorothy Evelyn Ulrich

Dorothy Evelyn Ulrich, lovingly known as “Dot” was suddenly taken from family on September 27, 2012. She was 47. She was a wife and mother of three. She was described by her own mother, Shirley, as a kind, loving, and trusting person, with “Betty Davis eyes”. She named her “Dorothy” because the name means ‘Gift from God.’ Dot was a “Daughter of 1812”. Read More →