The Herald of Everett, Washington
HeraldNet on Facebook HeraldNet on Twitter HeraldNet RSS feeds HeraldNet Pinterest HeraldNet Google Plus HeraldNet Youtube
HeraldNet Newsletters  Newsletters: Sign up | Manage  Green editions icon Green editions


HeraldNet Headlines
HeraldNet Newsletter Delivered to your inbox each week.
Published: Sunday, May 19, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Former Lakewood police officer gets more jail time

TACOMA -- A former Lakewood police officer previously convicted for stealing from a fund to benefit the families of four officers shot in 2009 has pleaded guilty to more charges related to that case.
KOMO-TV reported that Skeeter Manos, 36, pleaded guilty on Friday in Tacoma to identity theft and forgery charges for stealing the identity of a certified public accountant and forging documents in his name.
He was sentenced to nine more months in prison, which will be added to a 33-month federal prison sentence.
Manos has been in federal prison since last September, serving time for his prior federal conviction for wire fraud..
Story tags » Crime, Law & JusticeTacoma

Share your comments: Log in using your HeraldNet account or your Facebook, Twitter or Disqus profile. Comments that violate the rules are subject to removal. Please see our terms of use. Please note that you must verify your email address for your comments to appear.

You are logged in using your HeraldNet ID. Click here to update your profile. | Log out.

Our new comment system is not supported in IE 7. Please upgrade your browser here.

comments powered by Disqus
digital subscription promo

Subscribe now

Unlimited digital access starting at 99 cents, or included with any print subscription.


HeraldNet highlights

What's your number?
What's your number?: Find out what your Seahawks jersey says about you
12th Man photos
12th Man photos: Seahawks spirit is showing everywhere; share yours
Capturing perfection
Capturing perfection: Local photographers recognized for great outdoor images
Rivers are bad neighbors
Rivers are bad neighbors: Moving people from flood zones is a long, expensive slog