According to court documents, Burke was a tenant living on an Olympia property Davido owned. Investigators found emails from Burke that were “very negative” toward Davido. At one point, he accused Davido of putting something in the water. A close friend told investigators Davido was preparing to evict Burke.
But the strongest evidence they said is that shell casings from Burke’s .45-caliber weapon were found in the couple’s home.
A friend of the couple yelled out.
“Tell him to give that family some closure and tell them where the bodies are,” she said.
“Ma’am, ma’am,” admonished Superior Court Judge John Skinder.
Of course, that is what everyone involved in this case wants to know.
But Timothy Burke is not talking. He spoke just once during the half-hour hearing, to verify his date of birth.