John Nick Marvin Jr. was convicted and sentenced to 198 years in prison for murdering Hoonah Police Sargent Tony Wallace and Officer Matthew Tokuoka. They were gunned down as they socialized with family members on Front Street in Hoonah on August 28, 2010.
“There will always be hard feelings for what she’s done to me,” said Debbie Greene, mother of a slain Hoonah police officer.
Haley Tokuoka-Yearout alleged that Tony Wallace’s training and conduct provoked John N. Marvin Jr. into August 2010 shooting.
Convicted murderer John N. Marvin Jr. declined to answer any questions as the last witness in the civil trial.
A former FBI agent and instructor was called to refute a plaintiff’s witness in the Hoonah police shooting civil case.
John Marvin allegedly attacked Tony Wallace and Matthew Tokuoka one year before fatal shooting.
Debbie Greene and John Millan testify to seeing John Marvin before August 28, 2010 incident.
Debbie Greene witnessed the shooting that killed her son, Tony Wallace, and Matthew Tokuoka.
Haley Tokuoka described the August 2010 events on Front Street and her family’s relationship with Tony Wallace.
D.P. Van Blaricom says Tony Wallace may have provoked shooter with lights, loudspeaker, and siren.