A 25-year-old woman accused of joining her boyfriend in a Northwest crime spree that claimed four lives will be returned to Oregon to face federal racketeering charges.
The Seattle Times reports that [Holly Ann Grigsby appeared Monday in federal court in Seattle and agreed to be transferred to Portland, where she is under federal indictment.
A grand jury indictment returned last week accuses Grigsby and 32-year-old David "Joey" Pedersen of promoting and funding a movement to "purify" and "preserve the white race" through murder. Prosecutors allege the two funded their white-power movement with credit cards stolen from their victims, and used their stolen cars to travel from one state to another. Grigsby and Pedersen are from Oregon.
They're accused of killing Pedersen's father and stepmother last Sept. 26 in Everett, Wash. They're also accused of killing 19-year-old Cody Myers of Oregon on Oct. 1; and Reginald Clark of Eureka, Calif., on Oct. 3.
Information from: The Seattle Times, http://www.seattletimes.com