Felony Cases Filed by KCPAO: Jan. 26, 2022

Investigators say a defendant was armed with this knife when he assaulted a woman in a case that’s charged as a felony assault by the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. This photo was included in the public charging documents, filed Feb. 26, 2022. (Des Moines Police photo)

Below is a look at each of the felony cases filed by the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office on a single, typical day, Wednesday, January 26. The cases include murder, unlawful gun possession, commercial burglaries, residential burglary, assault, indecent liberties, rape, drug dealing, and more than a dozen domestic violence crimes.

We want people to see the full details of the cases we file because those cases cannot be summarized in a tweet or Facebook post. Before a case is filed, it is reviewed thoughtfully — and independently — by multiple prosecutors. That same thoughtful eye continues through the course of the case.

If the public saw each case we file individually, we believe there would be a better understanding of the types of cases we file, why we file them, and why we make bail requests in accordance with court rules.

There also is some confusion around what cases are not referred to us by police. For example, drug possession and shoplifting cases in Seattle go to City Attorney’s Office, which is separate from the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Specific cities handle misdemeanor crime for municipal filings.

However, drug dealing cases and shoplifting cases that involve weapons are routinely filed by the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office when a) those cases are referred by law enforcement and b) we can prove them beyond a reasonable doubt. The below case summaries — which rarely make news headlines — explain the unique details of each case, and why they are filed.

Of the 28 defendants below, all but two of them — a man accused of beating a 7-week-old to death and a woman accused of dealing hundreds of suspected Oxycodone pills, methamphetamine and heroin in Seattle — have previous convictions or separate ongoing cases. The majority have multiple previous convictions.

Of the 28:

The case summaries below are based on the investigation narratives included in each public charging document. Our Director of Victim Services, as part of our Victim Assistance Unit, works daily alongside our Victim Advocates to support crime victims and families.

Defendants Held in Custody on a Judge’s Order

Case № 22–1–00255–3

Murder In The Second Degree

Investigated by the King County Sheriff’s Office

After being left alone to care for his 7-week-old baby, 2-year-old daughter, and his girlfriend’s 6-year-old son from a previous relationship, the defendant became increasingly frustrated with his newborn’s incessant crying while the mother was at work. He hit the child so hard the newborn immediately became “stiff as a tree” and began to breath “less and less” the defendant said. After the baby became unconscious, the defendant did not call 911. When medics arrived, after he called the mother to tell her the child was not breathing — but did not say that he hit her — paramedics immediately observed petechial marks on the baby’s face consistent with some sort of blunt force trauma. His initial story was that the baby stopped breathing for some unknown reason. As we noted in charging documents, this type of intentional harm inflicted on a weeks-old infant is disturbing. To have this type of serious assault be at the hands of the baby’s own father who then hides the truth from medics attempting to save his child’s life all shows an indifference to the most fragile of lives. For these reasons, high bail is necessary to protect the community. We asked a judge to set bail at $500,000 at first appearance, and a judge agreed, and asked a Superior Court judge at filing to raise that bail amount to $1 million with additional information. The judge agreed.

Case № 22–1–00432–7

Attempted Kidnapping In The First Degree

Investigated by Seattle Police

The defendant in this case made a first appearance in a separate assault case on January 14, and we argued that he’s a danger to the public and needed to be held on jail. He was not — the defendant was released by a judge on his personal recognizance over our objection. A week later, the same defendant — who has a significant felony history — went to the West Seattle Target store and tried to take hostages with a knife during a more than six-hour standoff with police. We believe this person needs mental health treatment, and it’s also clear he needs to be held in jail to avoid the serious threat of violence to the public, as we argued before a judge a week before the standoff. In that previous case, the defendant punched a uniformed officer causing a contusion to the officer’s left eye. The defendant’s history includes seven assault convictions, displaying a weapon, felony harassment, harassment, and a violation of a no-contact order. We asked a judge to set bail at $100,000 in this case, and the judge agreed.

Case № 22–1–01455–1

Burglary In The Second Degree (three counts)

Theft in the First Degree

Possession of a Stolen Vehicle

Investigated by Redmond Police

The defendant was arrested trying to steal tires from a Dodge dealership — filed in a separate case — the morning of Dec. 14 and tried to escape from police in a stolen Dodge Challenger but was apprehended. Police recovered three items from the vehicle that were reported stolen in a separate burglary at Firestone that same morning. The defendant is suspected in several December burglaries on the Eastside. Police believe the total estimated amount of stolen property from the multiple victims is more than $18,000. The defendant is not likely to respond to a summons and is alleged to have committed the multiple burglaries while he had already been released by a judge on electronic home detention with the order to not commit new criminal law violations. He’s absconded from electronic home detention in two separate matters. He also had active warrants when the new crimes were committed. The defendant is now charged with six other felony cases in addition to the current case — 18 charges total. Those charges include Theft in the First Degree, two unlawful gun possession charges, robbery with a deadly weapon, hit and run, and others. His history includes multiple convictions and 29 overall warrants, including four from 2021 alone. As we told a judge, the defendant’s conduct while out on bail raises great concern that he is likely to commit a violent offense. We asked a judge to hold him on $75,000. A judge agreed.

Case № 22–1–00845–4

Assault In The Second Degree — Domestic Violence

Felony Harassment — Domestic Violence

Unlawful Imprisonment — Domestic Violence

Investigated by Seattle Police

The defendant, who was in a dating relationship with the victim, became upset when the victim was upset about the death of her father. The victim tried to leave. The defendant refused to let her leave, punched her multiple times including in the face, grabbed her head and slammed it multiple times in the wall and strangled her. The defendant also took a letter opener and threatened to kill her. Based on the details of the current offense and the defendant’s 27 failure to appear warrants since 1999, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to hold him on $150,000 bail. A judge agreed. His history includes 17 convictions for previous domestic violence incidents going back to 1999 — both felony and misdemeanor. He also has convictions for assault, custodial assault, unlawful weapon possession, three unlawful gun possession cases, and patronizing a prostitute, among others.

Case № 22–1–00736–9

Assault In The Second Degree

Investigated by Seattle Police

The victim was outside the McDonalds at 3rd and Pine in Seattle when the defendant approached and yelled at him for the soda he was drinking. The victim didn’t know the defendant, who pulled a box cutter and slashed him in the right arm, leaving a wound 3–4 inches long. The defendant fled and later arrested by Seattle Police. We asked a judge to hold him on $50,000 because of the concerning nature of the random attack, and because we believe the defendant is a danger to the community. His conviction history includes harassment, theft and reckless endangerment, and since 2010 courts in Washington have issued seven warrants for the defendant’s arrest — a sign we argued that showed he’s unlikely to appear if released.

Case № 22–1–01132–3

Unlawful Possession of a Firearm in the Second Degree

Investigated by the Washington State Patrol

The defendant was the passenger in a solen Chevy pickup fleeing from the State Patrol, at times driving more than 100 miles per hour. Troopers described the driving as erratic and reckless. The truck was finally stopped with a PIT maneuver. Both the driver and the defendant exited and fled on foot. When he was arrested after the foot chase, troopers found a black and silver automatic handgun with six bullets in the magazine. A trooper also found methamphetamine and a bottle with suspected fentanyl. The defendant has two ongoing felony cases — one involving an armed robbery and another where he used bear spray in an assault case. He was ordered in both cases to not possess guns like the one he was carrying. (The defendant was released earlier after posing bond on the $75,000 bail.) The defendant also has six pending misdemeanor charges for property crimes, and has multiple previous convictions including three theft cases, vehicle prowling, and three criminal trespass cases. In this current case, we asked a judge to hold the defendant on $150,000. A judge agreed.

Case № 22–1–01130–7

Attempting To Elude A Pursuing Police Vehicle

Unlawful Possession of a Firearm in the Second Degree

Driving While Under the influence

Theft of a Motor Vehicle

Investigated by the Washington State Patrol

The defendant is the driver in the above State Patrol investigation involving the stolen Chevy that fled from state troopers . The defendant said he consumed Percocet during the chase while his passenger handled the steering wheel. He had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech when arrested, and a 9 mm handgun was found on the driver’s seat of the stolen truck, which had no license plates. The defendant has a history of 28 warrants, including an active bench warrant for two pending unlawful gun possession cases out of Pierce County. His conviction history includes domestic violence assault, assault, harassment, three theft convictions, two criminal trespass convictions two malicious mischief convictions and retail theft. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to retain the $30,000 bail set by the first appearance judge. Our initial request at first appearance was for bail to be set at $50,000 and noted his three overall open cases with warrant activity and history of 28 overall warrants.

Case № 22–1–00639–7

Unlawful Possession of a Firearm in the First Degree

Investigated by Bellevue Police

The defendant was arrested on suspicion of shoplifting several from Nordstrom and fleeing. When he was stopped, the defendant was found with a loaded revolver in his backpack — a gun he was prohibited from having because of multiple previous felony convictions. The defendant’s conviction history includes multiple assault convictions, assault with sexual motivation, criminal trespass, theft, robbery, multiple commercial burglary convictions, residential burglary, attempted residential burglary, malicious mischief, multiple domestic violence convictions — and he had an active bench warrant for failing to appear in court in an ongoing domestic violence case. As we argued in court before a judge approved his $30,000 bail, given the defendant’s lengthy and violent criminal history and his disregard for court orders, bail is necessary to assure the safety of the community and to prevent a future violent offenses.

Case № 22–1–00737–7

Attempted Robbery In The Second Degree

Investigated by Seattle Police

The defendant asked the victim for money at an AM/PM store in Seattle. When the victim said no, the defendant followed him, demanded money, got in his face and threatened him. He pulled a butane lighter and threatened to burn the defendant. A store employee said he saw the victim give the man a dollar, but the defendant demanded more and threatened him. The defendant’s conviction history includes multiple felony assault cases, domestic violence, malicious mischief, and he has six previous warrants. We asked with charges that the judge maintain the $25,000 bail set by a judge at the first appearance.

Case № 22–1–00641–9

Burglary In The Second Degree

Investigated by Seattle Police

The defendant is seen on video using a crowbar to force his way into a business, then took money from the cash register and a bottle of tequila. He was hiding on top of ventilation equipment in the kitchen when police arrived to the ongoing alarm. The defendant’s conviction history includes criminal trespass, possession of stolen property and theft, among other convictions. He has another ongoing commercial burglary cases from November 2021, and a bench warrant was issued in that case when he failed to return to court. We asked that the $5,000 bail amount set by a judge at the first appearance be maintained.

Case № 22–1–00703–2

Possession Of Stolen Vehicle

Investigated by Seattle Police

This case started when police in North Seattle were flagged down and were told two people were unresponsive inside a running vehicle with no license plates. They had tin foil on the dashboard between them, a sign of suspected heroin use, and officers said they showed symptoms of using heroin. The black pickup truck’s ignition was damaged, and police later determined it was stolen days prior. When the defendant, who was in the driver’s seat, awoke, he started kicking the floor as though he was trying to hit the gas pedal, but officers noted the truck was likely in neutral. The driver shifted it to drive and rammed a Seattle Police vehicle. After he was arrested, police found key fobs for a Mercedes, a likely Toyota key fob, and a key for a Mazda. The passenger is a woman the court ordered the defendant to have no contact with. The defendant also had a warrant for domestic violence unlawful imprisonment and domestic violence assault when arrested. His history includes six felony convictions and 10 gross misdemeanor convictions, and he was previously released by judges in two ongoing domestic violence cases. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to set bail in each of those cases — including one ongoing case where the victim had a broken cheekbone — and he remains in jail on judges’ orders for $175,150 bail.

Case № 22–1–00844–6

Assault In The Second Degree — Domestic Violence

Interfering With Domestic Violence Reporting

Investigated by the King County Sheriff’s Office

The defendant, who has a case pending in Kitsap District Court, became upset with his intimate partner while visiting the child they have in common. He hit her in the face with a spatula, broke off the straps to her dress and repeatedly strangled her to the point that restricted her breathing. The defendant took her phone when she tried to call 911 and fled when she was finally able to do so. The woman tearfully recounted the assault to deputies recalling that the defendant was holding their child in one arm while strangling her with his other hand. The defendant also has a conviction for negligent driving, pleaded after being charged for DUI and driving with a suspended license. We asked a judge to set bail at $75,000 in part because strangulation is a very serious indication of potential lethality. (Intimate partners who have been non-fatally strangled are 8 times more likely to become the subsequent victim of a homicide at the hands of the same abusive partner, according to an article in the Journal of Emergency Medicine). Bail was set by the first appearance judge at $35,000, and we asked that the amount be maintained with the filing of charges.

Case № 22–1–01454–3

Attempted Residential Burglary

Investigated by Federal Way Police

The victim/resident called 911 after hearing someone knock loudly at his door who he didn’t recognize. He heard the defendant trying to break down his back door. Police arrived to find the defendant attempting to get in through a ground floor window. They heard banging noises coming from the backyard, which led them to the defendant — who had an active Department of Corrections escape warrant. He was found with burglary tools and the window appeared to have been opened and damage was seen on the plywood that was mounted a few inches inside. A stolen vehicle found in the driveway of the residence, which the victim-resident explained appeared to be associated with the defendant. We argued that the defendant, who had 31 warrants since 2006, is unlikely to return to court if released. He also has a conviction history that includes assault, theft of a firearm, two residential burglary cases and two other burglary cases. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to retain the $25,000 bail set by the first appearance judge.

Case № 22–1–01731–3

Assault In The First Degree

Investigated by the King County Sheriff’s Office

The victim was in a motorhome in south King County when the defendant opened the door and shot him multiple times. A person who talked to deputies said the shooting happened after negotiations to buy a handgun deteriorated, and there was an alleged drug deal prior connected to the shooting. During a search of the motor home, deputies found more than a dozen 9 mm shell casings, a silver .38 revolver, blue M30 pills, an unknown white powder and possible fentanyl. The victim was rushed to Harborview Medical Center. After an investigation, the defendant was picked out of a lineup. The defendant has a prior conviction for felony assault and had a warrant in a separate felony case filed in King County for unlawful gun possession. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to set bail at $500,000 based on his history and the violent details of the current case, and the judge agreed.

Case № 22–1–01595–7

Domestic Violence Felony Violation Of A Court Order

Investigated by the King County Sheriff’s Office

A neighbor three floors below the victim’s apartment called saying they could hear the defendant screaming at her. The confrontation was another violation of a no-contact order, and the defendant had an active felony warrant for a previous violation. The defendant, who has five prior convictions for not following no-contact orders, was found hiding behind a bedroom door. He also has a domestic violence assault conviction and a pending felony case for violating a no-contact order. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to set bail based on his history and details of the current case. The first appearance judge set bail at $100,000, and that amount remained with the charging decision.

Case № 22–1–00543–9

Assault In The Third Degree

Investigated by the King County Sheriff’s Office

This incident near Carnation started when the defendant was seen dumping yard waste into the bushes. The victim said he was going to call 911 to report illegal dumping. The defendant turned his truck toward the victim, revved the engine and drove forward in such as way that the victim had to jump out of the way to avoid being struck. Nevertheless, he was hit on the hip, and the defendant drove away. The victim was on the phone with 911 throughout the incident. The defendant has a conviction history that includes multiple assault convictions, malicious mischief, telephone calls to harass, and attempted malicious mischief. This case was referred to prosecutors when the defendant was out of custody and was filed with a summons to court.

Defendants Released by a Judge after a First Appearance Hearing

Case № 22–1–00433–5

Arson In The Second Degree

Investigated by Bellevue Police

This incident started when a Bellevue hotel employee called police to say there was a man outside threatening people with a machete and a hammer. The defendant, who had a warrant for a domestic violence case, set a tent on fire near the hotel with a woman inside. The defendant, who also lives in a tent, used propane to start the fire that burned a three-foot-wide hole in the woman’s tent. The woman was in fear for her life. Because of the defendant’s history of violence and his previous failures to follow court orders — he’s had 35 warrants since 2001 — the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to hold him on $150,000 bail. A judge released the defendant on his personal recognizance. The defendant’s extensive criminal history includes an open felony theft case where he was previously released by a judge. His history includes two convictions for residential burglary, unlawful possession of a firearm, multiple domestic violence assault convictions, felony harassment, violations or a no-contact order, and several other convictions.

Case № 22–1–00640–1

Residential Burglary

Investigated by Seattle Police

About 1:40 a.m., the defendant climbed onto the victim’s third floor balcony and entered their apartment. The victim told the defendant they had a gun and he needed to leave. The defendant, whose last known address was in Rochester, Wash., has a conviction history that includes burglary, escape, DUI, theft, multiple criminal trespass cases, assault and malicious mischief. Because of his assaultive history and his previous burglary conviction, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office argued he’s a danger to the community. The defendant also has 21 warrants since 2002, including an active warrant for failing to appear in a Thurston County courtroom. We asked a judge to hold him on $50,000 bail. A judge released the defendant on his personal recognizance.

Case № 22–1–01593–1

Assault In The Second Degree — Domestic Violence

Investigated by Federal Way Police

Police were called by a hospital security officer who saw a man choking a woman for 20–30 seconds inside a vehicle outside the emergency room, where he’d gone for a separate injury. When an officer arrived, the victim was seen walking and holding her chest. She had a bruised black eye, blood on her pants, hands and arms, and a large brown/blue/green bruise to her upper left arm and red marks on her neck. The officer noted the red marks on her neck looked new and swollen with blood streaking along the scratches. The defendant’s history includes a conviction for felony theft and malicious mischief. Because of the domestic violence details, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s asked a judge to hold the defendant on $75,000 bail. A judge set bail at $25,000 and the defendant was released after posting bond on that amount.

Case № 22–1–00181–6

Indecent Liberties

Investigated by Seattle Police

This sexual assault case that happened in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood was reported to Seattle Police in 2019. The victim was experiencing homelessness when this sexual assault was reported. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office argued that the defendant is a danger to the community because of the details in this case, his previous warrant history, and his three previous assault convictions at the time. We asked that he be held on $225,000 bail. A judge released the defendant on no bail. The charge was filed in January 2022, because of delays with getting the Sexual Assault Kit DNA results from the State Patrol Crime Lab. We can only ask for bail or warrant again if there is additional information beyond what was presented at the first appearance. There was not additional information since the first appearance — where a judge found probable cause for rape before releasing the defendant — so we could not make another bail or warrant request with the filing of charges. The defendant’s conviction history includes felony assault, multiple misdemeanor assault cases and theft. He’s also had 11 failure to appear warrants since 2003.

Case № 22–1–00846–2

Felony Harassment — Domestic Violence

Assault In The Fourth Degree — Domestic Violence

Investigated by Seattle Police

The defendant’s girlfriend tried to stop him from driving drunk, which was a violation of a previous court order. In response, he punched her in the face five times in front of her teenage daughter. The defendant also threatened to kill her. The defendant also grabbed the woman by the neck and the teenage daughter tried to intervene because she was afraid her mother would choke. Police found the defendant walking with a beer in his pocket, slurring his words, in violation of a condition of a District Court case where his blood alcohol level was .245/.239 — about three times the legal limit. This domestic violence case happened nine days after the defendant, who also pleaded guilty to a 2012 DUI, failed to appear in court. Because of the domestic violence details of this case, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked for him to be held on $50,000 bail. The first appearance judge released him on his personal recognizance.

Case № 22–1–00642–7

Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act (drug dealing)

Investigated by Seattle Police

The defendant was found in a stolen RV in South Seattle with 606 pills of Oxycodone, 53.1 grams of suspected methamphetamines, 57.1 grams of suspected heroin, 2 grams of cocaine, as well as $1,487.42 in cash, small Zip-lock baggies, a scale, and other drug paraphernalia consistent with the sale and delivery of narcotics. The defendant was released at her first appearance and failed to return to court as ordered for her second appearance.

Case № 22–1–01596–5

Assault In The Second Degree — Domestic Violence

Investigated by Des Moines Police

The victim was heavily intoxicated when he pulled an extremely large knife out of kitchen drawer and threatened his female roommate when she was trying to get into her room. She said she’d call police and the defendant said he’d “take her down.” She fled and called 911 as the defendant tried to push his way into her room. Prosecutors displayed a photo of the knife in charging documents and said its use in the commission of this crime is highly concerning. The defendant has a previous negligent driving conviction from 2000 that was amended from a DUI. Arguing that the defendant is a danger to the community, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to hold him on $50,000. A judge released him on his personal recognizance.

Defendants Who Were at Large or Out of Custody When the Felony Case Was Filed

Case № 22–1–01608–2

Rape in the Third Degree (three counts)

Investigated by Renton Police

In a separate case, the defendant is also charged with Rape of a Child in the First Degree, Domestic Violence, and Child Molestation in the First Degree — Domestic Violence. The victim, who is married to the defendant, reports a long history of sexual assault by her husband. The defendant would sexually assault her while she was medicated for a medical condition, and unable to move or speak to stop the abuse. To ensure the safety of the victim and the community, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office asked a judge to set bail at $50,000. A warrant for that amount was approved by a judge.

Case № 22–1–00843–8

Burglary in the First Degree — Domestic Violence

Assault in the Second Degree — Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Felony Violation of a Court Order

Investigated by Seattle Police

This defendant returned to the RV home of his former intimate partner in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood, broke a window, and forced his way inside. The defendant shoved the woman down and strangled her. The attack stopped when a witness heard her cries for help and came to her aid. This defendant has repeatedly violated the victim’s court orders for protection and has a history of assaults and other violations against prior domestic violence victims. The suspect was still at large when this case was filed by the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, and we asked a judge to hold the defendant on $100,000 when he’s captured because of that continuing pattern of violence toward women. The defendant has multiple felony and misdemeanor convictions.

Case № 22–1–01131–5

Forgery

Identity Theft in the Second Degree

Investigated by the King County Sheriff’s Office

The defendant tried to open a business account in the victim’s name at a Chase Bank in Newcastle. The defendant presented a forged New York driver’s license, as well as utility bills in the victim’s name and a newly formed trucking company that was registered with the Washington Secretary of State with the victim’s name as the representative. Additionally, the defendant presented an American Express credit card, which displayed the victim’s name, however further investigation revealed that the credit card account number belonged to another unknown individual. The defendant has no ties to Washington and has a non-extraditable warrant from Feb. 2021 out of Georgia for a probation violation stemming from a fraud charge there. As we explained to a judge, the sophisticated and deceitful nature of the defendant’s conduct in this case, coupled with the defendant’s short stay in Washington and his out of state warrant, demonstrate that the defendant is a high flight risk and will not appear if released on his personal recognizance. We asked a judge to hold him on $30,000 bail, and the judge agreed. The defendant was released after posting bond on that bail amount.

Defendants Who Were Sent a Summons to go to Court

Case № 22–1–00704–1

Taking Motor Vehicle Without Permission in the Second Degree

Investigated by Seattle Police

This defendant was the passenger in a stolen vehicle that rammed a police car. Officers found her and the driver passed out with the engine running, and suspected heroin paraphernalia in the center console. She was charged with taking a motor vehicle without permission, and the case was filed with a summons. Her conviction history includes six theft convictions and three assault convictions, among others.

Case № 22–1–01045–9

Theft Of Motor Vehicle

Investigated by Renton Police

This is one of several ongoing cases for the defendant. She was previously released by judges in an ongoing felony case and has ongoing cases in King County District and Bothell Municipal Courts. In this Renton incident, the defendant is accused of stealing a truck and trailer. When the victim saw the defendant driving his truck at a strip mall, he tried to block the truck from leaving, but he rammed his vehicle and jackknifed the trailer. Our office did not ask for a warrant in this case in consideration of that fact that the defendant was already released on personal recognizance on her pending Superior Court case. Our office also considered the impact of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The defendant’s history includes seven previous convictions, including multiple felony cases, and 24 warrants since 2012. One of those 24 warrants was an active $5,000 Bothell Municipal Court warrant for the ongoing case.

Follow these links to see previous one-day summaries of felony cases filed by the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office:

Nov. 17, 2021

Sept. 6, 2021

April 14, 2021

April 2, 2021

March 17, 2021

These case summaries, posted on Jan. 31, 2022, are not expected to be updated. To get updates on each case, search for the case number in the King County Electronic Court Records system.

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