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  • Detectives release new sketches, 50K reward in cold case double murder

    EVERETT, Wash. – It’s a double murder investigation more than three decades old. Detectives in the North Sound are seeking new leads in the deaths of two Canadians found murdered in Snohomish and Skagit counties and investigators are pinning their hopes on new DNA technology to help crack the case. Law enforcement shared new composite sketch images of their suspect during a press conference in Everett on Wednesday. Laura Baanstra and her family have spent 31-years wondering if the man […]

  • Murder Mystery: Canadian couple visiting Seattle killed; families offering huge reward to solve case

    EVERETT,  Wash. — The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office scheduled a news conference for Wednesday to provide new suspect information in a cold case murder from more than 30 years ago. “Back on November 18th, 1987, Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg left British Columbia on Vancouver Island and came across on the Coho ferry to Port Angeles headed to Seattle,” said Snohomish County Detective Jim Scharf. Tanya, 17, and Jay, 20, were running an errand for his father. The couple vanished after […]

  • Adre’Anna Jackson: Large reward for clues leading to young girl’s killer

    It was December 2nd, 2005, a cold, snowy day in the small community of Tillicum when 10-year old Adre’Anna Jackson went missing. Lieutenant Chris Lawler with the  Lakewood Police department recalls, “It was actually a wintry snow day and schools had been closed.

  • ‘He was a black man living his dream’: Family grieves for slain local rapper

    SEATTLE — Police are asking for the public’s help to identify the killer who shot local rapper Trevon McKoy, 21, in the head following a performance at Seattle Center early Sunday morning. McKoy’s rapper name was Juice The God. “He was a black man living his dream,” said McKoy’s aunt, Michelle Carter. His dreams were cut short early Sunday when McKoy was shot in the head outside the Vera Project at Seattle Center after finishing a performance. “Not any of […]

  • Sister of 13-year-old girl killed in Burien pleads for help to find shooter

    BURIEN, Wash. – It’s been two days since two teenage girls were shot and killed near an apartment complex in Burien. The King County Sheriff’s Office still hasn’t arrested anyone in connection with the shooting.  That’s why one of the victim’s sisters has strong words for whoever killed her little sister and her sister’s friend. We spoke with Maria Juarez, the older sister of 13-year-old Elizabeth Juarez. Elizabeth was shot and killed alongside her friend, 19-year-old Eveona Cortez, on Wednesday […]

  • Dorian Haddix murder: King County detectives still need public’s help to finish 2015 case

    CASE UPDATE March 30, 2018 — King County detectives and the father of murder victim, Dorian Haddix, are reminding the public that no one has been charged in the case. Dorian was found shot to death on a road in Covington in 2015. A neighbor heard a gunshot and found him bleeding in the street. Detectives have zeroed-in on  a suspect since last summer, but still do not have enough information for prosecutors to charge him. I know there are […]

  • CAPTURED: Pierce County Sheriff’s deputies spot credit card fraud suspects driving stolen van

    PIERCE COUNTY — March 27, 2018  Jason Tone who you see on the video entered a plea of not guilty in court today. Bail set at 10K for Possession of Stolen Property and Identity Theft 2. The other suspect who allegedly used the stolen credit card to buy bolt cutters, Douglas Dunlap, was charged with Possession of Stolen Property, Identity Theft 2 and Reckless Driving. He chose not to appear in court and is being held without bail. “The public […]

  • Tacoma Girl Scout refuses to let attempted robbery stop cookie sales; help ID suspects

    "I want to thank everyone," says 10-year-old Haliyah DuBois. "And I feel really thankful for everyone coming out here."

  • Accused child predator known as ‘King Jimmy’ wanted by Western District of Washington Fugitive Task Force

    WANTED IN LEWIS COUNTY — The Western District of Washington Fugitive Task Force and the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office are searching for an accused child molester. Jimmy Mathus — a.k.a. ‘King Jimmy’ — is wanted on a first-degree child molestation warrant. He’s from Chehalis. Lewis County Sheriff Rob Snaza says they learned of the horrific details when deputies responded to a disturbance call. “They had talked to a male individual who was in a verbal confrontation with Mr. Mathus. During that […]

  • Reward increased to $1.5 million in unsolved 2001 slaying of Seattle prosecutor

    The second-highest ranking Department of Justice official was in Seattle Wednesday to announce an even higher reward in an unsolved case of what could be the first assistant U.S. attorney killed in the line of duty.