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There was a stretch earlier this month when a person was reported missing almost every day for a week.
Her plan involves the justice system, community organizations, schools and residents.
The lesson: If you’re buying from someone online, don’t do the exchange in a dark parking lot.
Matthew Luxon once said that he struggles to keep track of all the criminal charges against him.
There are lessons to be learned from the case of Alexia Devlin, who targeted more than 100 people.
Summer Smith’s remains were found on property south of Lake Stevens three years ago.
Police are still searching for two men and a woman they consider to be armed and dangerous.
He was allegedly speeding away from a domestic violence incident when he hit another vehicle.
The victim, 76, had suffered smoke inhalation. Police declined to specify the nature of their probe.
The town is home to one of Snohomish County’s few remaining volunteer departments.
Officers dressed in tactical gear and reindeer antlers shared presents with 150 children.
A witness emerged with new information about the 2007 shooting death of Jose Luis Gutierrez-Martinez.
Alexia Devlin rented homes, then stole the owners’ personal information — even while out on bail.
Officials from Snohomish County are bound to play important roles as more becomes known.
Jacob Hubby is set to walk the halls of Meadowdale High School as a school resource officer.
The teen is accused of assaulting her boyfriend and the responding police officers.
Those wires happened to be the ones used by 911 dispatchers, but emergency services weren’t affected.
Cold-weather services for the homeless are available many nights every winter.
Norman, who was spotted last week in Everett, is part of a trio kept as pets by the “pig whisperer.”
In the packed meeting, one outgoing councilman urged folks to stay involved.