Police seized three assault-style rifles, a shotgun, two handguns, high-capacity magazines, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and a samurai sword, among other items, from a 31-year-old man's Belltown apartment after he was ordered by a judge to surrender any weapons but claimed he didn't have any.
The Seattle Times Crime section covers law enforcement by police, prosecutors and courts in Seattle, the Eastside, King County, the Northwest and nationwide. Topics include arrests and prosecution of suspects in cases of murder, manslaughter, rape and assault. Other topics are the federal courts; the FBI; Homeland Security; and Justice Department oversight of the Seattle Police Department.
STEVENSON, Wash. — One of four Longview men charged in a massive Pacific Northwest poaching ring is set to go to trial. The Daily News...
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The man who killed John Lennon told a parole board he feels "more and more shame" every year for gunning down...
Sea lions are federally protected. A person convicted of killing a sea lion faces up to a year in prison and a $25,000 fine.
Arsonist Martin Pang skips name-change hearing, avoids sister of firefighter killed in Seattle blaze
By missing the hearing, Pang avoided a confrontation with the sister of one of the four Seattle firefighters died in the 1995 warehouse fire.
The company, Total Reclaim, also has been fined by regulators in Oregon and Washington, and in Washington it lost its biggest client — an organization...