Longbranch WA man pleads guilty to double murder, burglary, and theft with a firearm

Shaun Rose, a Longbranch man, was arrested for a double murder in Olalla in August and was sentenced to about 66 years of imprisonment on Wednesday.

A Kitsap County judge called it a “de-facto life sentence,” as Rose is expected to spend the rest of his life behind bars.

Rose pled guilty to two murder charges, along with two single charges of burglary and theft with a firearm. He initially pled not guilty in August.

Rose was taken into custody on August 21, 2022. His arrest came three days after Kitsap County deputies found the bodies of Steven and Mina Shulz near their Olalla home.

On August 18,

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