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Tony Williams paralyzed a man with a gunshot to the back of the neck. It’s his second long prison sentence.
The crowd gathered outside the county courthouse Friday, crammed together and waving signs.
The jail specialist, 44, was arrested and placed on leave. The alleged plot involved eight inmates.
Police believe Alex Valdovinos shot Demarcus Bell of Tacoma in the back of the head March 28.
In a letter, Adam Cornell criticizes Sheriff Adam Fortney’s refusal to enforce the governor’s stay-home order.
In various stories, Frank Walton denied killing the Mukilteo man. Detectives believe he hid the body miles away.
A third teen in their group died in a botched robbery of an under-the-table gun dealer, according to police.
The fire broke out Wednesday afternoon. A state fire crew continued to battle hotspots Thursday.
Police arrested a suspect after a four-hour manhunt off Glenwood Avenue in Everett.
About 100 firefighters responded. No homes were damaged, and no injuries were reported.
Police swarmed the area after gunfire erupted near the Everett Public Library at around 2:40 p.m.
A new screening process led medical staff to quarantine and test the man before he entered the jail.
Snohomish County defendants are being freed on bail, or not jailed at all, under emergency policies.
Judges will focus on bail hearings under emergency COVID-19 rules proposed by Prosecutor Adam Cornell.
Public and private schools must close no later than Tuesday in Snohomish, King and Pierce counties.
Marysville, Monroe, Snohomish, Granite Falls and others also announced plans to shut down for weeks.
Her longtime boyfriend was arrested after the beating at an apartment near Lynnwood.
Tony Williams shot the man in a botched robbery, a jury found. An accomplice testified against him.
Lendsay Meza, 22, of the Lynnwood area, was convicted of taking part in the slayings of two men.
For weeks, jurors have heard testimony in Lendsay Meza’s trial, including the defendant’s own words.