David anchors FOX 13 News at 8, 9, 10 and 11 p.m. He is also Executive Producer and Host of Washington’s Most Wanted, a half-hour weekly crime-fighting television program that’s led to the capture of more than 1,224 fugitives and helped numerous victims since 2008.
David was awarded the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award in 2010. He grew up in Monroe, La. and graduated from Southern Methodist University.
When not working, David loves Sci-fi movies, golf and supporting Special Olympics Washington, Crime Stoppers and the Behind the Badge Foundation.
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Bellingham Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect who sexually assaulted a woman.
Thanks to a tip from a FOX 13/Washington's Most Wanted viewer, Blaine Kelly has been arrested.
CAPTURED: Suspect who threatened 'to do some dark things' to woman during violent attack arrested
Fugitive wanted for horrific domestic violence attack
A search is underway for a suspect who took off before officers arrived in response to a 911 call from a survivor of a horrific domestic violence attack in King County
REDMOND, Wash. - UPDATE:
Thanks to a tip from a FOX 13/Washington's Most Wanted viewer, Blaine Kelly has been arrested by Redmond Police. This is Washington's Most Wanted capture number 1,225, thanks to tips from viewers like you!
A search is underway for a suspect who took off before officers arrived in response to a 911 call from a survivor of a horrific domestic violence attack in King County.
Officers are concerned for her safety and asking for the public's help to locate 26-year-old Blaine L. Kelly.
King County prosecutors have charged Kelly with felony second-degree domestic violence assault and domestic violence misdemeanor violation of a court order, and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. He also has a misdemeanor warrant out of the city of Marysville for DUI.
According to court documents, Kelly became very intoxicated on Sept. 24 and attacked the woman when she asked him to leave her apartment. He allegedly wrestled her to the ground, pinned her down and started hitting her head against the floor, before strangling her for 10 seconds at a time.
Then, police say that every time she tried to speak, he "would shove his fingers in her mouth, causing her to choke and not be able to breathe again" before he started slapping her in the face numerous times.
Charging documents say he smashed her head against a baseboard heater and told her that if she tried to leave him, "he would do some dark things to her."
She screamed for help hoping neighbors would call 911, and that's when got off her and ran out the front door.
Kelly is 6'2". 165 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. His criminal convictions include Criminal Trespass 2nd Degree, Carrying Concealed Pistol without License and DUI.
Redmond Police say Kelly sometimes works as a carpenter/tradesman. He does not have a vehicle and often stays in motels. He has acquaintances in the Marysville area that he may visit.
If you spot him, please call 911. If you can tell officers where to find him, submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound by texting the info through the P3 Tips App on your cell phone or call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). You will receive a cash reward of up to $1,000 if your tip to Crime Stoppers leads to his arrest.
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Like many as a child, I was terrified by crime. But I was also fascinated by it. As I got older, fear subsided and my interest continued to grow, particularly in how crimes were solved.
I was captivated by true crime stories and I wanted to be the one telling them. I also knew I wanted to get as close to the investigations as possible, working with law enforcement and helping to bring in new leads.
During my time studying journalism at Hofstra University in New York, I also took courses in forensic science, criminal psychology and criminal law. I then went to the University of Southern California to get my master’s degree in journalism.
From USC I went on to work in Bakersfield, California, at the NBC affiliate KGET. There I covered a large area of central California that was ridden with pretty much every kind of crime you can imagine. It was there that I quickly realized my passion for working on unsolved cases.
As a crime reporter, I found there was nothing more rewarding than working with the loved ones of a homicide victim whose case had seemingly been forgotten about by the general public. My goal with every cold case I covered was to bring in enough new information to get the case reopened.
In my four years at KGET, I was very fortunate to get to work closely with law enforcement and victims’ families on cases that grew very close to my heart.
Some of my work on cold cases earned two Edward R. Murrow awards as well as two Emmys in crime reporting. Some of my work has been featured on Dateline NBC, Dr. Phil, and other national shows that spotlighted homicides I covered extensively.
Covering crime in the Pacific Northwest is a new adventure I look forward to taking on. I am eager to work with families who deserve to feel their loved one is not forgotten and they are not alone in their search for answers.
My family moved to Kirkland when I was in school in New York, so this is the first time I’ve gotten to live in the same state as my parents and siblings in a long time! It’s been great to have the LaVoices back together, and a lot of fun as they show me the beauty of Washington state.
When I’m not reporting, I’m usually watching a murder documentary with my three rescue dogs (each of which I somehow ended up with while covering various stories in California). They’re slowly but surely getting used to the Washington weather.
If there’s a case you’d like me to look into, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I’d love to hear from you.
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About Washington's Most Wanted
Washington’s Most Wanted began airing in July 2008 as a weekly segment during Q13 FOX News at 9 and 10 p.m. on Saturdays.
Recognizing the need to catch fugitives and to make the community safer, the segment expanded into a half-hour show on Nov. 14, 2008.
FOX television stations throughout Washington state began airing WMW in February 2009. WMW has become a state-wide crime-fighting program, helping catch fugitives in Spokane (KAYU), Yakima (KCYU) and the Tri-Cities (KFFX) areas.
Through partnerships with Crime Stoppers and local law enforcement, WMW is leading the way in fighting crimes in your neighborhood.
You can watch WMW on Q13 FOX on Friday night at 11 p.m. and Saturday night at 10 p.m. on JOEtv as well as at 10:30 p.m. on KAYU, KCYU and KFFX.
As the Executive Producer and host of Washington’s Most Wanted, I have a passion for giving a voice to victims. I launched the half-hour weekly television program in November of 2008 in partnership with more than 60 local, state and federal law enforcement agencies as well as area Crime Stoppers programs.
To date, I’ve helped police capture more than 1000 fugitives.
I also appeared as a correspondent on America’s Most Wanted with John Walsh in May 2011 to ask for the public’s help in finding a child rapist from Pierce County who had been on the run for a decade. The segment led to the fugitive’s capture in St. Louis – and a long-term prison sentence.
In addition to Washington’s Most Wanted, you can also find me at the Q13 FOX News anchor desk each weeknight at 9, 10 and 11 p.m.
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