Charles Moose: “I have not received any message that the citizens want Channel 9 or The Washington Post or any other media outlet to solve this case”

From a Washington Post obit by Matt Schudel, Emily Davies, and Peter Hermann headlined “Charles Moose, Montgomery County police chief during 2002 D.C. sniper attacks, dies at 68”:

Charles A. Moose, the Montgomery County police chief who led a three-week manhunt for snipers who killed 10 people in the Washington area in October 2002 and later resigned amid controversy over payments he received for a book he wrote about the investigation, died Nov. 25.

In a Facebook post, Chief Moose’s wife, Sandy, said he died at home while watching a football game. According to public records, he lived in Palm Harbor, Fla.