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The Snohomish Co. suspect already had 6 felony convictions, 18 misdemeanors and 2 active warrants.
Andrew Henckel is said to have told detectives he “wasn’t really thinking. I just kinda did it” when he drowned his nephew.
The suspected gunman told a detective he didn’t remember what happened because he’d been drinking,
The victim had identified the man from a photo, but his whereabouts and DNA helped ruled him out.
The Superior Court judge, who lives in Mill Creek, apologized during a hearing in King County.
Police say they found drugs on the driver, who they suspect was driving while impaired.
Then, witnesses said they had heard the man and an alleged accomplice talking about a robbery.
He quietly has been letting staff and leaders know that he plans to retire in December 2018.
Andrew Henckel, 19, of Texas, said he planned the drowning of Dayvid Pakko, 6. His bail is $1 million.
The suspect, 19, was visiting from Texas. His nephew was a mildly autistic first-grader.
A program called Below 100 has drawn national honors and has helped reduce accidents and injuries.
Marilyn Mowan’s death was ruled a suicide. Her estate claimed she received insufficient supervision.
Raymond Devore, arrested in 2015, had a cache of disturbing photos and video on his cellphone.
John Blaine Reed had a long-running dispute with Patrick Shunn and Monique Patenaude.
Christa Gleason, 26, was sentenced to seven years for the crime at Edmonds Community College.
Prosecutors recommend a “standard” penalty for Marybeth Dingledy, who “is terribly sorry.”
An old spruce that stood when the mudslide hit was a living memorial to the resilience of Oso.
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