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Brian Diaz, a pharmacist and genetic researcher, is still awaiting trial for possession of methamphetamine.
Defendant Terrence Miller’s lawyers asked to delay the murder trial beyond October. A judge denied the motion.
David Thompson claimed the relationship was “toxic.” But they reconciled. His wife is now accused of murder.
For a while, it appeared there would be dueling rallies on the same night in the east county town.
Alan Dean is accused in death of Melissa Lee, 15. He refused to cooperate in a Monday court hearing.
Last seen in the late 1980s, he was reported missing in 1994, the year a body was found in Lake Stickney.
After a motorcade through the city, the rookie cop’s two brothers spoke at a service Tuesday in Bothell.
Court records show Juan Rene Hummel Jr., 25, had a history of mental health issues.
Jesse Thayer knew he hit something as he drove home in May 2019. It turned out it was Heidi Allen, who died, charges say.
After more than 27 years, a discarded cigarette was used to link a suspect to the killing of Melissa Lee.
Sheriff’s deputies arrested the man at a home outside Lynnwood. His bail was set at $500,000.
The total loss is likely higher. Developers plan to rebuild. Police seek photos to aid an investigation.
But prosecutors say that’s “immaterial,” and charged Henry Washington with aggravated murder Friday.
Henry Eugene Washington did not show up to court Wednesday because he was “medically unavailable.”
Henry Washington shot two officers while fleeing a traffic stop, police said. Officer Jonathan Shoop died.
The suspect, 66, removed signs of two Black candidates, then attacked a man who confronted him, police said.
Police say the arrest of Joseph Hill was within policy, but it led the city to update its use-of-force manual.
She was murdered near Everett in 1977. Years of detective work finally revealed her name: Lisa Roberts, 17.
Jailhouse bragging and cellphone data led police to Anthony Middendorf in the slaying of Charles Wall Jr.
Jared Corson, a third-generation police officer, is accused of perjury, stalking and official misconduct.