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Oct 07

According to the Bellevue Police, a pair of identity thieves were living high on someone else's money: driving flashy cars, buying expensive jewelry, and taking up residence in a hotel. Identity theft in the state of Washington is a serious felony, which can result in years in prison and thousands of dollars in fines. read more

Sep 18

The suspect of a violent carjacking incident hit a newspaper deliveryman over the head with a champagne bottle then took the victim's keys and began driving off in the victim's vehicle. Although the state of Washington does not specifically address the crime of carjacking, this behavior is prosecuted as Robbery which is punishable by up to life in prison and fines as large as $50,000. read more

Sep 06

Seattle murder suspect, Hobert Clark, pled "not guilty" in court to two counts of Murder in the 2nd Degree, Assault, and Illegally Possessing a Firearm. Clark's girlfriend, Christina Kitchens, is wanted for rendering criminal assistance to Clark. The charge of Rendering Criminal Assistance could be punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a fine as large as $20,000. read more

Aug 21

Although recreational marijuana is legal in the state of Washington, the only parties who can legally grow the drug are those with appropriate licenses and certified medical users. Recreational marijuana users are not allowed to grow their own. If they do—and are caught—they could face drug crime charges. read more

Aug 06

Earlier this month, a man allegedly stabbed three men in downtown Seattle in what police called an "unprovoked, random attack." Stabbing a person in the state of Washington is charged as Assault with a Deadly Weapon and can be punishable by up to life in prison with fines as large as $50,000. read more

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October 7, 2019

Identity Thieves Living High Life on Someone Else's Money

According to the Bellevue Police, a pair of identity thieves were living high on someone else's money: driving flashy cars, buying expensive jewelry, and taking up residence in a hotel....

September 18, 2019

Seattle Police Searching for Violent Carjacking Suspect

The suspect of a violent carjacking incident hit a newspaper deliveryman over the head with a champagne bottle then took the victim's keys and began driving off in the victim's vehicle....