Recent Crime News
Thursday May 14 | via Yorkton This Week & Enterprise
An unarmed man, suspected of no crime, who three years ago was shot 16 times by police while lying in his bed, told a Seattle Times reporter in March that he bears no ill will for the cops who shot him. Said Dustin Theoharis, now 32, "Sometimes make mistakes." Comment?
Saturday May 9 | via HeraldNet
A 30-year-old Washington man has been sentenced to 31 years in prison for the 2014 stabbing death of a Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier who intervened when a woman was being attacked. In April, a Pierce County jury convicted Chase Devyver of second-degree murder and related charges in the death of Shawn Woods, 38. The judge said she was imposing the high end of the sentence in part because Devyver showed no remorse. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via KOMO News
The Puyallup man who murdered a Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier who was trying to break up a domestic violence fight was sentenced Friday to 31 years in prison. In the early hours of Jan. 19, 2014, prosecutors say Chase Harrison Devyver and his girlfriend were sitting in a parked car in front of their residence in South Hill, arguing about their relationship. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via West Seattle Blog
A Belvidere resident was hit by a "sophisticated identity theft" that she describes as resulting from "an easily overlooked risk," and wrote this to warn you about it: Sometime around the end of April, someone hacked into my wireless router and stole my name, address, WDL#, and SS#. I've since discovered that wireless routers have two passwords - one for the wireless signal , but also one for the router admin itself. Comment?
Tuesday May 5 | via Jewish World Review
An unarmed man, suspected of no crime, who three years ago was shot 16 times by police while lying in his bed, told a Seattle Times reporter in March that he bears no ill will for the cops who shot him. Theoharis was napping in a friend's house in Puyallup, Washington, when police arrived to arrest the friend's son, and when Theoharis reached for his ID, one officer imagined a gun, and the two officers opened fire, hitting Theoharis in the jaw, both upper arms, both lower arms, wrist, hand, shoulder, abdomen and both legs. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 28 | via FindLaw
Charles Malcolm Cruikshank III, Attorney at Law, Mount Vernon, WA, for Appellant. Pierre E. Acebedo, Cindy Johnson Acebedo, Acebedo & Johnson, LLC, Puyallup, WA, for Respondent. Comment?
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