2 men wanted by Latah Co. Sheriff's Office after homicide investigation

LATAH COUNTY, Idaho—The Latah County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two men as part of a homicide investigation from Monday.

Authorities said Keagan Tennant and Matthew McKetta are suspects in the death of Tim Reeves, 18. They are believed to be armed and dangerous.

Authorities said Tennant is wanted for charges of involuntary manslaughter, attempted murder in the first degree, principal to failure to notify coroner or law enforcement of death, conspiracy to commit failure to notify coroner or law enforcement of death, principal to destruction, alteration, or concealment of evidence, conspiracy to commit destruction, alteration, or concealment of evidence. All charges are Felonies. Tennant is being charged as an adult.

Reports said charges for Matthew McKetta include: principal to failure to notify coroner or law enforcement of death, conspiracy to commit failure to notify coroner or law enforcement of death, principal to destruction, alteration, or concealment of evidence, conspiracy to commit destruction, alteration, or concealment of evidence. All charges are Felonies.

Tennant has been identified as the adopted son of Pullman Police Commander Chris Tennant. Commander Tennant said he has not been in regular contact with Keagan, but will actively be assisting investigators to locate the suspects. 

Reports said the men could be in a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am with the Idaho license plate IBX8758.

The homicide happened in rural Latah County on Monday. Reeves was a soon-to-be Senior at Pullman High School. Superintendent Bob Maxwell sent out a release notifying students and parents of the high school. The full release can be read here

Latah County Sheriff’s Office asked if anyone has any information to contact them at 208-882-2216. The public is advised not to approach these individuals and to call 911 if they are seen.

The Latah County Prosecutor's Office said they are not releasing any information regarding the case as of Thursday.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available. 

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