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  • Man wanted for murder after shooting in Eatonville

    Detectives in Pierce County are searching for a man accused of shooting and killing an acquaintance in Eatonville Sunday night.

  • Grandfather builds new cross for murder victim after original is stolen

    KENT, Wash. — A grandfather in Kent is still coping with the loss and unsolved murder of his granddaughter, Amarah Riley, who was shot to death in her car last year — and now — he’s feeling new pain after the cross he built in her memory was stolen. So, Dale Riley built a new cross for Amarah, who would have turned 23 years old on Mother’s Day. On Monday, he placed the cross at the scene where she was […]

  • Detectives hunt serial robbery suspect with discoloration mark on neck

    SEATTLE — King County Sheriff’s detectives and Seattle Police are asking for your help to identify a serial armed robber who has hit three times so far. His face was covered with a nylon stocking in each case. The suspect loiters outside until other customers leave before entering and then points a black pistol at the clerks and demands money. The first robbery was on April 16 at the Rite Aid in Woodinville. The second was at a Subway at […]

  • Truck posters renew push for answers in 1992 Misty Copsey case

    PUYALLUP, Wash. — There’s a new effort to find a missing teen who’s been gone for nearly 27 years. Washington State Patrol has teamed up with Kam-Way Transportation to put posters of Misty Copsey on two of its trucks. Misty vanished in 1992 after going to the Puyallup fair. She was just 14 years old. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, one in six children are found due to the public viewing of a photo. State […]

  • Murder Mystery: Detectives, friends ask for help finding gunman who shot and killed man in Pierce County

    TACOMA, Wash. — The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department is looking for the person who shot and killed a man last weekend. The shooting happened at 7:29 p.m. Saturday, April 13, off the 10000 block of Steele Street South in an encampment in a wooded area near Charlton Lake. According to Pierce County Sheriff’s Spokesperson Ed Troyer, the investigation is early-on and finding cooperation with witnesses is proving difficult. The victim has been identified as 43-year-old Daniel Stueart, aka Danny Rasher. […]

  • ‘Where’s the meth, where’s the cash?’: Detectives, violent home invasion victims believe gunmen picked wrong house

    RENTON, Wash. – Take a good look at the type of skeleton mask King County Sheriff’s deputies say a crew of terrifying home invaders wore. The car next to it, on the bottom, is the suspected getaway ride they used. Deputies think it’s possibly a Ford Fusion, or a similar sedan. The SUV above it, possibly a Jeep Liberty Sport, was seen around the neighborhood a few days before, possibly casing the house. They’re hoping you can help find the […]

  • Victim’s family urging driver in deadly Everett hit-and-run to come forward

    EVERETT, Wash. — Everett police are searching for a hit and run driver after a pedestrian was struck in a crosswalk and later died in the hospital from his injuries. Family members say the victim, 56-year-old Halford Fisher, known as Hal, didn’t deserve to die like this. “I can’t imagine the monster, whoever did this hit him, backed up, went around him and kept going,” said Martin. According to Everett police, on Monday, March 11th around 9:20 pm, Hal Fisher […]

  • Thief steals 70-pound bronze bell from South Sound elementary school

    OLYMPIA, Wash. – Police are on the hunt for the person who stole an invaluable piece of history from a place that’s supposed to be safe for kids. Earlier this month, in the dead of night, a thief stole a 70-pound bronze bell from McLane Elementary School in Olympia and investigators say the crook went to great lengths to get away with the heavy item. “It’s an unusual crime,” said Lt. Tim Rudloff from the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office. It’s […]

  • Marysville Police release new surveillance images in deadly hit-and-run investigation

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. — Marysville Police have released new, enhanced surveillance images of an SUV they believe was involved in a fatal hit-and-run last month. Matthew Colson was hit and killed Feb. 16 while crossing NE 64th Street near 58th Drive. Newly released surveillance video shows a dark, possibly two-toned smaller SUV that drove by the YMCA on 64th Street at about 7:40 p.m. Feb. 16. Seconds later, a different camera angle shows the brake lights flash brightly when the driver […]

  • Freezin’ for a Reason! Tacoma Polar Plunge raises more than 50K for Special Olympics Washington

      TACOMA — About 300 people raced screaming into the Puget Sound off Owen Beach in Tacoma on Saturday for the annual Polar Plunge to raise money for Special Olympics Washington.  The money goes to help athletes like Lizzie Enriquez-Ortiz.   She plunged three times.  Lizzie competes four sports including swimming, basketball, bowling and flag football. “The freeze is temporary but the impact is not,” she said. It was the first plunge for Auburn’s Jordan Mathison.  “It was a lot of […]

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