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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.
Deputies who responded along the Mountain Loop Highway had been told the 34-year-old was suicidal.
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.
The state could be found in contempt if a man accused in a kicking death doesn’t get treatment soon.
Authorities say Russell Beeman, 57, lived a crime-free life before two Wells Fargo branches were hit.
William Matthews initially denied any involvement but later told police he used a lighter to start it.
A ruling last month found officials violated labor laws when they stopped serving free, warm breakfasts.
Two extremely emaciated horses were found dead and abandoned outside Darrington.
The 18-year-old recently pleaded guilty to three felonies, including vehicular homicide.
Still to be resolved: Whether defendant Todd Eugene Brown’s methamphetamine use was a factor.
Wayne Frisby was taken into custody Jan. 4 after failing to show up for sentencing in late September.
Her boyfriend is arrested for investigation of felony first-degree assault.
He escaped from the state psychiatric hospital nearly two years ago but was caught after a few days.
His lawyer says the case should be tossed because there’s no solid data to show how meth affects people.
Since John Alves was released from prison, he’s had several more convictions.
A select group of inmates will be offered access to prescription drugs to help ease withdrawals.
He told police he shook his son to get him to stop crying, and the boy slipped out of his hands.