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David “Pete” Vier could go to prison for life if convicted of the charges, which were filed in Wyoming.
They are being prosecuted on robbery, drugs and weapons violations.
After treatment, he seems to be able to understand the proceedings, but still is living with psychosis.
Hussein Ali, 28, a refugee himself, failed to show up for a court appearance on Thursday.
He had led a crime-free life but lost his job, and he said he needed money for cancer medication.
Prosecutors say her stepson stole her Honda, ran her over near Marysville and fled police.
Matt Alton, of Mill Creek, is charged with second-degree domestic violence murder.
Salvador Sahagun is accused of using software to avoid paying $5.6 million in taxes.
He was charged with attempted murder, robbery and illegal possession of an explosive device.
The 21-year-old Mill Creek man hit banks in Everett, Lynnwood, Lakewood and Mount Vernon.
Snohomish County Deputy Prosecutor Adam Cornell cites “the carnage that I saw” in Mukilteo.
A Snohomish County deputy prosecutor described the allegations as a “long, elaborate ruse.”
Before sentencing, Jerry Bogart wrote a letter in which he offered apologies to people he harmed.
Debra Nelson was found in the road early Feb. 14, screaming and unable to speak. She died later.
Since his arrest, he’s connected with a mental health treatment program and the results are promising.
The Everett teen reportedly planned attack as tribute to other mass killers. His bail is $5 million.
The Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response team was called out to investigate Monday night.
David “Pete” Vier is accused of transporting minors across state lines with the intent to engage in sex.
Deputies who responded along the Mountain Loop Highway had been told the 34-year-old was suicidal.
The state could be found in contempt if a man accused in a kicking death doesn’t get treatment soon.