In this episode, we look at how King County is moving toward ending traditional youth detention in favor of a new facility for minors or even group homes.
In this episode, Kent Police arrested a 45-year-old man on a $500,000 warrant out of Idaho for rape of a minor and criminal trespassing after he reportedly posed as a contractor to move into a home.
In this episode, we take a closer look at how Renton police arrested serial burglary suspect Feleti Wight … again. The suspect has been arrested multiple times with detectives filing charges against Wight in 19 burglary cases, four attempted burglary cases, and three cases of possession of a stolen vehicle. Also: Police investigate a shooting that left two men wounded in Auburn.
In this episode, we take a closer look at how Renton is in the process of seizing and selling a property that is believed to be involved in a large-scale illegal marijuana grow operation. We also look at how King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn sent a letter to Washington State Auditor Pat McCarthy requesting state performance and financial audits of King County-funded juvenile diversion programs.
In this episode, we take a closer look at a man who stabbed his former teacher at a Catholic school in Federal Way; and Renton police warn of staged vehicle collisions that result in carjackings.
In this episode, we take a look at the sentencing of a man who wanted to burn down the Seattle police union building; and unknown suspects dumped hundreds of gallons of cooking oil into a Renton waterway.
In this episode, we explore how a 32-year-old Auburn man, one of the leaders of the Proud Boys organization, received an 18-year prison sentence for his role in the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
In this episode, we take a closer look at a Seattle woman accused of killing a rideshare driver, as well as a 40-year-old Renton man accused of killing his own mother with a knife on her front porch.
In this episode, Jonathan Arnold has allegedly harassed and sexually assaulted women in his Enumclaw neighborhood for more than two years. However, many — if not most — of these incidents have never been met with consequences because Arnold, who suffers from a traumatic brain injury, is consistently found to be unable to stand trial.