Superior Court Judge Joseph Wilson called a domestic-violence convict an “animal” and silenced him.
His attorney says John Reed, charged with killing Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn, will testify.
One student reportedly told police that “the gun looked very real and he was scared for his life.”
Jodie Trevon Taylor apologized at his sentencing for wounding a good Samaritan on Christmas Eve 2016.
Superior Court Judge Michael Downes, a former deputy prosecutor, served on the bench for 14 years.
A Lynnwood man claimed that shooting a fleeing 16-year-old was self-defense. But he lost his appeal.
The man, 24, was arrested after he allegedly struck at least five vehicles headed north on the interstate.
Victims include two young children. Lawyers say the stretch of road on Camano Island is unsafe.
His co-defendant in that case pleaded guilty in an unrelated drive-by shooting.
A Gold Bar man is charged yet again, this time involving a crash that closed U.S. 2 in March.
“Good Samaritan” who tried to break up fight ended up hospitalized with a knife wound to his back.
It was the culmination of a marriage marred by violence, separation and reconciliation, records show.
John Dimitri Kuljis Jr. pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and first-degree assault.
The Darrington man, a former Marine, appears to be struggling with mental health issues.
Police are examining a letter by Joshua O’Connor, who is accused of planning an attack at ACES High.
Prosecutors say Lloyd McElhiney would face his third strike if he is convicted.
A relatively new state law mandates stepped up punishment for people who’ve been repeatedly convicted.
She is charged with rendering criminal assistance to a now-convicted Edmonds killer.
Officers in Everett, Marysville, Monroe and elsewhere have gone to court to remove guns from homes.
“I’m not a bad person,” Muamer Mehmedovic reportedly told police after his arrest.