“A Hermiston man is accused of the violent attack that killed a well-known Kennewick musician,” writes Cameron Probert in Friday’s (5/6) Tri-City Herald (Kennewick, WA). The musician, bassist Clayton Wick, 76, had been a member of the Walla Walla and Mid-Columbia symphony orchestras, had operated the Washington East Opera company in Richland until recently, and played bass for the Richland Light Opera Company. “Christopher R. Calvert, 44, was caught in rural Skamania County driving Clayton ‘Clay’ Wick’s car about 3 p.m. Thursday, Lt. Jason Kiel said during a Friday media briefing…. Calvert was an acquaintance of Wick’s, said police. It’s believed Calvert took the 2012 Honda CRV after killing the man inside Wick’s Buchanan Street home. A housekeeper discovered Wick’s body two days earlier, according to Kennewick police. Investigators suspect the 76-year-old, who lived alone, had been dead for three to five days before she found his body.… Many of the details about Wick’s death remain under investigation…. Around 3 p.m. Thursday … Calvert was arrested and taken … to the Benton County jail…. Calvert has a lengthy criminal history.”