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  • Mother pleads for answers in her son’s murder: ‘I know somebody knows what happened’

    SEATTLE — It’s been two years since a Seattle family got the news that their son was murdered while out with friends at a Kent hotel. On Tuesday, they want to remind the community that their son’s unsolved murder isn’t just another statistic, another terrible crime. This is their lives, now shattered forever. Terez Bardwell’s mother can’t get the nightmare of Dec. 3, 2017, out of her mind. “I went to the crime scene and I seen my baby lying […]

  • Brutal murder of Seattle woman on Thanksgiving Day remains unsolved

    SEATTLE — It’s a situation no one wants to be in: homeless and alone, sleeping on the cold streets. That’s the place Davina Garrison was in when she was beaten to death and set on fire on Thanksgiving Day 14 years ago. The details of Davina’s lonely and grim demise in downtown Seattle struck the hearts of a group of women who walked past the spot where she was found every day on their way to work.  Mary Suhm is […]

  • Security guard shot in back a year ago continues recovery, search for justice

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Last year on the night before Thanksgiving, a young security guard was shot in the back outside a bar. When he woke up in the hospital the next morning, he soon realized his life would never be the same. When people like Damario Johnson live through something so awful, they are often seen as lucky to be alive. While that may be true, it’s also not that simple. This Thanksgiving, Johnson and his family are thankful […]

  • King County Detectives using creative ways to get tips on teen girl’s cold case murder

    KING COUNTY, Wash. — Detectives with the King County Sheriff’s Office have had great success this year with solving some highly complex cold cases, despite not actually having a cold case unit. Now the department is using the momentum from their recent arrests to try to generate leads in more cases, including the haunting murder of a teenage girl. It was a cold January morning 47 years ago. Sixteen-year-old Nancy Jane Liptrap did something she did every day. She left […]

  • Snohomish County family still seeking justice for 1972 rape and murder of Jody Loomis

    SEATTLE — A man accused of a heinous sexual assault and murder of a young Bothell woman will get to be home for the holidays. On Wednesday, an Everett judge formally set a trial date for 77-year-old Terrence Miller. Miller is facing a first-degree murder charge in the case of Jody Loomis, who was killed in Snohomish County in 1972.  Soft-spoken and small in stature, Miller was a  much younger man when investigators say he preyed upon 20-year-old Jody Loomis […]

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