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Reward up to $16,000 to track down murder suspect Dirck White

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A reward up to $16,000 is now being offered to catch wanted murder suspect Dirck White.

White, 41, of Edgewood, WA, is accused of shooting and killing Grady Waxenfelter, 47, on Highway 224 near Boring in February.

Investigators said White was driving a truck hauling wood in the area on Feb. 6. He was stopped by Waxenfelter, a Clackamas County weighmaster.

Deputies said White's truck did not have a license plate on the trailer.

Waxenfelter had worked for Clackamas County since 1987. He was married with three children and was a church leader in the community.

White had an active warrant for his arrest out of Pierce County, WA, on a weapons charge. He is also a suspect and wanted for questioning in a sex crime investigation involving the rape of a child in that same county.

White has an extensive criminal record, according to investigators.

White is a Hispanic man, 6 feet tall and weighing 190 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. At one point, he was believed to be in a four-door, 2004 Mercedes 320 with Washington license plate ANB7070.

The reward in this case is now $16,000 for information leading to the arrest of White. You can call the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office tip line at 503-723-4949 or leave a tip online at

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