John W.J. Keeney has been detained at the Special Commitment Center on McNeil Island since 2004. He has made enough progress that the state Attorney General's Office has agreed to allow him to live at the Secure Community Transition Facility in King County.
The Union-Bulletin reported that Walla Walla County Superior Court Judge John Lohrmann signed an order Tuesday releasing the 36-year-old to the residential facility.
More Northwest Headlines
Court denies Medina millionaire’s release from Montana jail Anti-wildlife trafficking initiative qualifies for ballot 2 Yakima County men sentenced for killing eagles USGS awards $4M in Northwest, California for earthquake early warning systems Commuter train hits vehicle in Puyallup, kills 1 woman Ex-tribal police chief pleads guilty to stealing from Swinomish Tribe Hearing Friday on suit over Kurt Cobain death-scene photos Guilty plea in crash through Sammamish home that killed 2
Our new comment system is not supported in IE 7. Please upgrade your browser here.