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Update: Everett officer discharged from hospital after shooting
Officer Chad House was “resting and recovering” after a person suspected of robbery shot him on Evergreen Way, police said.
1 dead, officer hurt in police shooting on Evergreen Way
The officer was shot in the head, but was in stable condition Wednesday morning, according to investigators.
Relatives of Arlington fentanyl, meth ringleader get federal prison
Jose Arredondo-Valdez, the cousin of Cesar Valdez-Sanudo, got nine years Tuesday. Valdez-Sanudo’s wife got 30 months.
‘It is going to be grim’: Trial begins in Everett officer’s slaying
After days of jury selection, 15 people were empaneled to decide if Richard Rotter is guilty of aggravated first-degree murder.
Dozens dismissed as jury is pared in Richard Rotter trial
The process came to a halt Friday when an unidentified man told some potential jurors to give “the chair” to Dan Rocha’s alleged killer.
Jury selection kicks off trial in slaying of Everett officer Dan Rocha
Richard Rotter’s trial for aggravated first-degree murder was expected to last three weeks. Jury selection could take days.
‘Baffled’: Hand Up Project founder faced concerns long before ouster
The Lynnwood nonprofit’s investigations found Robert Smiley pocketed thousands in donations meant to help vulnerable people.
Mental health evaluation delays preceded Lake Stevens police killing
“It’s only a matter of time, when a government entity ignores their obligation,” James Blancocotto’s public defender said.
$250K bail for suspect in fatal Everett crash
Police believe Arthur Injinmej was driving drunk when he crashed around 4 a.m. Monday, leaving one dead.
Amid investigation, Lynnwood-based Hand Up Project ousts founder
Edmonds canceled a contract with the nonprofit that helps homeless people amid fraud allegations against Robert Smiley.
After wrongful stop, news carrier will be on Arlington police boards
In 2021, Maria Gutierrez alleged an Arlington police officer tore her rotator cuff. She settled with the city this month.
Man accused of Bothell cold case killing can stand trial, judge rules
It took years of mental health treatment for the case to proceed against Alan Dean in the killing of Melissa Lee.
Over family’s pleas, life sentence reduced in ‘heinous’ Everett murder
In 2000, Brandon White stabbed and shot Gail Jubie, 37, in a home invasion in Everett. He was 19 at the time.
Man killed by Lake Stevens police in suspected carjackings identified
James Blancocotto jumped into a detective’s patrol car, according to a warrant providing a detailed account of the police shooting.
‘Our neighbors’: Snohomish County has welcomed 2,600 Afghans, Ukrainians
Local officials have referred to the Snohomish County effort as a model, supporting refugees from war-torn nations.
Trial in Everett cop’s killing to go forward in Snohomish County
Richard Rotter’s lawyers argued extensive media coverage made it impossible for a local jury to be impartial.
Man gets no additional jail time in Everett storage unit slaying
Eric Adams was “so deserving of a long, happy life,” his friend said Thursday. Rob Kaputa pleaded guilty in his death.
Teen faces charges in fatal motorcycle crash near Lake Stevens
Friends of Anthony Palko pushed authorities for action after he was killed last summer. He was 33.
Ex-Arlington Proud Boy pleads guilty to fighting police in Jan. 6 riot
In his plea, Daniel Lyons Scott admitted assaulting federal officers to block the Electoral College vote.
Shooter gets 31 years for murder in Everett park
A drug robbery turned into a fatal shooting when Kyle Caperoon shot James Scannell, 56, at Langus Riverfront Park in 2020.