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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Awbrey Butte Shooter's Dad is President of Boy Scouts

The father of a man who fatally shot another man on Awbrey Butte in June is the current president of the Boy Scouts of America.

Posted By on Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 12:52 AM

The father of a man who fatally shot another man on Awbrey Butte in June is the current national president of the Boy Scouts of America.

Wayne Perry, is father of Kevin Marshall Perry, 35, who fatally shot Shane Michael Munoz on June 25, 2012 in what police have said appeared to be a home invasion. Wayne Perry became the national president of the Scouts in May, according to the organization’s website.

Wayne Perry is also a former vice president at AT&T, a founder of Edge Wireless, which was acquired by AT&T in 2008, an owner of the Seattle Mariners, and a former instructor of business at the University of Washington, according to the University of Washington Foster Business magazine.

Attempts to contact Wayne Perry Wednesday evening were not successful. Calls to the Boy Scouts of America were not returned Wednesday.

According to police, Kevin Perry, and a companion, Amanda Weinman, 33, of Eugene arrived at 2461 NW Awbrey, Kevin Perry’s home, to find the front door forced in. It appears the two entered the home, encountered Munoz, an altercation followed, and during the scuffle Munoz was shot, according to a Bend Police Department press release.

No arrests have been made in the shooting and the incident is still under investigation, said Lt. Ben Gregory, of the Bend Police Department Wednesday.

It remains unclear whether Kevin Perry, Weinman and Munoz were acquainted or whether they had spent time together earlier that day, said Gregory.

“At this point in the investigation that has not been confirmed,” said Gregory.

No travel restrictions have been placed upon Kevin Perry, said Gregory. And, he said, of the nine recent homicide investigations completed by the department, it is typical for the process to take some time before it is clear if an arrest should be made.

“It’s not uncommon for these to take this long,” said Gregory. “We are going to make sure we turn over every rock.”

If you have information to share on this story, please contact Erin Foote Marlowe at or 541-383-0800.

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