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Nikki Kuhnhausen Wiki

Nikki Kuhnhausen is identified as a transgender teenager whose remains were found in a wooded area after she went missing in June. The dead body of the missing teen was found in a wooded area of Clark County and a murder suspect has been arrested, according to police.

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.@HRC is deeply saddened to learn of the death of 17-year-old Nikki Kuhnhausen, a transgender girl who was killed in Vancouver, Washington. https://www.hrc.org/blog/hrc-mourns-nikki-kuhnhausen-17-year-old-trans-girl-murdered-in-washington 

HRC Mourns the Death of Nikki Kuhnhausen

HRC is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Nikki Kuhnhausen, a transgender girl who was killed in Vancouver, Washington.

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She was 17 years old.

Nikki Kuhnhausen Missing

Kuhnhausen was last seen on June 5. Investigators said she was staying with a friend that night and left to meet a man, KOIN-TV reported.

According to the investigation, detectives accessed information from Kuhnhausen’s Snapchat account which led them to a person of interest, David Bogdanov.

Who is David Bogdanov?

25-year-old David Bogdanov has been charged with the murder of the transgender girl, Nikki Kuhnhausen, whose remains were found in a wooded area after she went missing in June.

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Nikki Kuhnhausen Death News

On December 7, someone found Nikki’s remains while collecting bear grass on Larch Mountain in a remote part of northeast Clark County. Detectives say Bogdanov had allegedly been talking with Kuhnhausen on Snapchat and planned to meet on June 6, when she was last seen alive.

Katie Gillespie

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This story about Nikki Kuhnhausen, a transgender teen who was found dead in remote Clark County, is heartbreaking. Police believe she was killed because the suspect learned her gender identity. https://www.columbian.com/news/2019/dec/18/man-25-faces-murder-allegation-in-death-of-transgender-vancouver-teen/ 

Man, 25, faces murder allegation in death of transgender Vancouver teen

A 25-year-old man arrested in connection with the death of a transgender Vancouver teen, who was missing for six months, appeared Wednesday morning in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of secon

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Authorities say cell phone records for that day show Bogdanov’s cell phone was in the same remote area where her body was found.

By the end of October, detectives were able to get this search warrant.

During an interview with detectives, Bogdanov said he and Nikki had been together in early June, they “had a conflict” and he asked Nikki to get out of his van. Bogdanov told them that Nikki walked away and he never saw her after that.

Investigators said they believe Bogdanov met Kuhnhausen the morning she disappeared, killed her, and may have driven his white van – or one like it – up to Larch Mountain.

Nikki Kuhnhausen Suspect Arrested

He is taken into custody.

Bogdanov is expected to make his first appearance on second-degree murder charges Wednesday morning at the Clark County courthouse.

Reports

“The cause of death is always found by the medical examiner’s office. There was some evidence that indicates at least the potential of some strangulation involved”, Lieutenant Tom Ryan of the Vancouver Police Department Major Crimes Unit told.

News of Nikki’s death has sent shockwaves through the LGBTQ community in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington.

Dan McCarthy

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First court appearance for David Bogdanov, charged with the second degree murder of 17 year old Nikki Kuhnhausen, a transgender female.
The teen’s remains were found on December 7th after she was reported missing in June

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Vancouver Police said they had help from the FBI in analyzing cell phone records to make sure the suspect’s cell phone was in the Larch Mountain area on the day Kuhnhausen disappeared.

They also credit the National Women’s Coalition Against Violence and Exploitation for helping spread the word about Nikki’s disappearance and helping them track down leads in this case.

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