Suspicious Death in Tahoma Ruled a Homicide

TAHOMA — The death of a victim found inside a Tahoma home has been rule a homicide by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department.

Just before 12:45 p.m. Sunday, deputies were called out to investigate reports of shots fired in the area of Timber Wolf Drive and Alder Street.

Upon arrival, a deputy could hear gunshots coming from the area of a known felon’s home, the sheriff’s office said.

Shortly after, the deputy saw the suspected person leaving the home, according to the sheriff’s office. A pursuit then began.

Investigators tell FOX40 that the suspect ran into a restaurant at the Homewood Ski Resort. The restaurant was evacuated.

When deputies conducted a welfare check at the original address, a body was found inside.

Jeremy David Virgo, 47 (Credit: El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department)

Deputies arrested 47-year-old Jeremy David Virgo on suspicion of murdering the victim.

The identity of the victim is

Read more at:

Leave a Reply