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The governor was in Everett on Thursday to tour the diversion center that will open in March.
Once a highly respected officer, he was found guilty of secretly videotaping his kids’ babysitter.
He allegedly tried to rob and clobber a transit worker, then fled and struggled with police.
The former work release building in downtown Everett will be repurposed as a diversion center.
Police were told he cut off his long hair after the shooting and got a ride to Pierce County.
He had learned she was planning to file for divorce, attacked her, then drove her to a hospital.
Richard Evan Kriger claims he was there to prevent a crime, but police say he tried to rob the place.
The state Court of Appeals has ordered a new trial in a 2014 stabbing death near Lynnwood.
A judge explores concerns that the teens have ignored court orders in the case.
Purdue Pharma courted health care providers despite evidence of illicit use, a new document shows.
It was last call for alcohol. Denied a large pour, the man broke a urinal, causing $5,200 in damage.
Case was joined with similar suits around country, for “efficiency,” which could slow the process.
Alex Matthew Otness is accused of being impaired when he blew through a stop sign in front of a cop.
They confidently took over a Mountlake Terrace shop but fled when cops arrived, leaving lots of clues.
Matt Alton, of Mill Creek, is charged with second-degree domestic violence murder.
Donald McCoy Jr. was caught by the Seattle Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
He tells a different story than the woman, who is a suspected escort charged in his attack.
She allegedly told police she shot the man in the head “because he was performing (a sex act) wrong.”
Prosecutors allege they worked together to plan and execute a drug robbery in Everett.
Four of the defendants were charged as adults, and one was charged in the court’s juvenile division.