Diana Hefley

It’s back to prison for career criminal Jerry Bogart

He was convicted of assault and unlawful gun possession and could face decades in prison.

 

January trial set for teen uncle accused of drowning boy, 6

A judge has granted Andrew Henckel’s defense attorney more time to prepare for the case.

 

Volunteers make Forest Park a little greener

Goal of Green Day Everett event: Maintain, nourish healthy forests in the city.

 

Babysitter gets 27 months in prison for death of 4-month-old

Unapologetic, Cheyanne Jarrell, 24, denies shaking baby Kailynn Watson and plans to appeal.

Suspect in sexual assault was miles away, so charges dropped

The victim had identified the man from a photo, but his whereabouts and DNA helped ruled him out.

Man gets 28 years for brutal knifing in Lynnwood

Joseph Peralta stabbed his girlfriend more than a dozen times inside a drug store.

Seattle businesses say Lake Stevens man flashed fake FBI badge

Fake online credentials were part of an elaborate scheme to rob Seattle businesses, police say.

Dayvid Pakko (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)

6-year-old’s alleged killer said he ‘just kind of did it’

A search warrant reveals new details about Andrew Henckel, the drowned boy’s 19-year-old uncle.

Dayvid Pakko (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)
Convicted bank robber Christian Franzwa listens to his attorney, Jon Scott, moments before his sentencing hearing begins with Judge Eric Lucas in Snohomish County Superior Court on Wednesday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Robber nicknamed ‘Beardo’ terrified bank tellers

One suffered from nightmares after Christian Franzwa held up her bank in Everett three times.

Convicted bank robber Christian Franzwa listens to his attorney, Jon Scott, moments before his sentencing hearing begins with Judge Eric Lucas in Snohomish County Superior Court on Wednesday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Pair charged with first-degree murder in Everett shooting

A second man was shot during a robbery last week. He is expected to survive.

Suspect in Everett kicking death declared too sick for trial

The homeless man, 47, reportedly told police the victim had “telepathically” asked to be kicked.

Recovering addicts bag thousands of needles at Everett camp

Hand Up Project volunteers cleaned up a patch of woods that some of them had occupied near Everett.

Lynnwood brothers accused of running chop shop from mom’s condo

One of the men is also suspected of being involved with a violent foreign drug cartel.

Theft lands former insurance salesman 50 days in jail

A former insurance salesman is expected to report to jail Nov. 1 after an investigation revealed that he siphoned away his customers’ premiums.… Continue reading

Gang member sentenced as an adult for first-degree assault

Seth Friendly was 16 when he shot at a 17-year-old girl who was dating a rival gang member.

Deadly police shooting in Lynnwood ruled justified

Jeremy Dowell, who likely was living with untreated mental illness, refused orders to drop a knife.

Charged in stabbing, his long list of felonies could grow

The Arlington man is accused of attacking a man who interrupted a possible burglary in Everett.

Second teen charged after $1 million in school vandalism

Two teens now face felony charges for damage at two schools in Darrington last summer.

A pot deal between teens leaves them injured, facing charges

Police found out about the incident when both ended up at the same hospital that night.

Man charged with murder in kicking death

Joshua David Thompson reportedly was angry that Juan Gonzales was lying on his mattress.