The defense in State vs. Malcolm Fraser rested at the end of May 22, Wednesday's proceedings in King County Superior Court 4C at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent.
THEFT INTERRUPTED: Suspects in a Volkswagen Jetta attempted to take a set of speakers that were for sale in a Roosevelt Avenue parking lot. The incident occurred the afternoon of May 20 and the attempted theft was thwarted by the reporting party, who did not want to pursue charges if the suspects were located.
A rental truck full of sports memorabilia, auction items and supplies for the Trufant Family Foundation "Dress to Impress" fundraising gala and auction in Renton Saturday was stolen from Renton hotel parking lot early Sunday morning.
Enumclaw City Administrator Mike Thomas will be leaving his post to take over as county manager in San Juan County, according to Tuesday news reports.
Seattle Attorney Ann Carey began to present the defense last week in the case of Malcolm Fraser, assistant pastor of Sound Doctrine Church, who has been charged with two counts of first degree child rape and two counts of first degree child molestation.
Approved an ordinance creating the Department of Public Defense within the Executive Branch (Substitute Ordinance 2013-0215.2).
The official filing period expired Friday afternoon with some local races looking interesting and others devoid of any competition at all.
The Washington State Department of Transportation bridge maintenance crews completed repairs to a loosened support on an approach span of the State Route 165 Carbon River Bridge.
Chinook Pass opened to traffic at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 17. It’s safe to say drivers can make travel plans over State Route 410 this weekend.
Races for the fall elections are shaping up, with four days of filing in the books. Election offices in King and Pierce counties will accept candidate filings until the end of today (Friday).
Police were dispatched the afternoon of May 14 to watch for a recklessly-driven vehicle that was said to be swerving and crossing over center lines. The description of the vehicle matched that given in another report of a possible DUI case. Police located the suspect vehicle and the motorist was taken into custody and booked for driving under the influence.
An officer was dispatched at 3:40 a.m. May 12 to locate a vehicle that had been traveling on the wrong side of the road. An officer located the vehicle which stopped in the middle of the road on Cothary Street. The officer attempted to contact the driver, who was already sleeping and drooling while behind the wheel. The driver refused to open his door and then took off, driving recklessly. He drove several miles before stopping. He was placed under arrest on several charges.
Here are the election filings for local office through closing Wednesday, according to the King and Pierce county election departments.
Low-cost spay/neuter surgeries offered every Wednesday and Friday
Washington state Department of Transportation crews have spent the past five weeks clearing snow approximately 20 feet deep from the roadway sections of the high-altitude geography.
The criminal trial for child rape and molestation of Sound Doctrine pastor Malcolm Fraser continued last week as the young woman who took allegations to Enumclaw police took the stand.
The audience who came to tonight’s meeting of the Metropolitan King County Council’s Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee sent a clear message: the impact of a reduction in Metro Transit service will be felt throughout the region and should not be allowed to happen.
Metropolitan King County Council Chair Larry Gossett and Council Budget Chair Joe McDermott said today the NBA was reminded that this region is still a viable location for an NBA franchise. The National Basketball Association’s Board of Governors rejected the proposed sale and relocation of the Sacramento Kings to Seattle.
Quentin Lorenzo Simmons, 29, was detained in his motel room shortly after 2 p.m., after deputies successfully tracked his location through his cell phone.
On April 16, the Enumclaw Middle School Alpha leadership class taught by Mr. (Karl) Karkainen organized a field trip to Plateau Outreach Ministries in Enumclaw. First we met with the director, Britt Nelson, who explained to us what POM is all about. Then we got to work!