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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

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November 11, 2019

Tacoma Man Allegedly Set Fire to Ex-Girlfriend's Home—While She Was...

A Tacoma man, Michael Jarvis, was arrested and booked into the Pierce County Jail, accused of a variety of charges, including arson and domestic violence. Read more about the severity of...

October 21, 2019

Seattle Resident Robbed of Cell Phone, and Shoplifting Suspect Caught...

There is no distinction between shoplifting and theft in the state of Washington. While you may not consider shoplifting a "major" crime, you should never take charges of theft in the state...