KCPAO in the News: November 27 — December 4

Below are new stories featuring the work of the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office from November 27 through December 4 Our office handles felony-level crimes — which are the more serious crimes committed in King County — while City Attorneys’ offices handle most misdemeanors. Each day, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office files roughly 25 felony cases in King County, and we’re working hard to make sure the public and the media know about the work we’re doing to hold people who cause harm accountable.

Auburn Reporter: Man pleads not guilty in attempted home invasion

Crosscut: A WA worker’s death reveals the limits of safety enforcement

KING 5: Rainier Beach homicide suspect charged with murder pleads not guilty

KOMO 4: Man assaulted on 3rd Ave in downtown Seattle dies months after attack

KOMO 4: 2 men plead not guilty to murder for fatal carjacking in Federal Way parking lot

KUOW: Anti-Asian hate is underreported in King County. New community gatherings aim to change that

KUOW: Seattle sets new record for most homicides in a single year

Legacy.com: Alfred Matthews Obituary

Oregon Public Broadcasting: Sex trafficking in the Northwest is a problem in plain sight

Westside Seattle: KC Prosecuting Atty: Nov. 2023 homicide charges up 86.5% over 2019

Westside Seattle: Suspect in custody after Ballard shooting

Update in Ravensdale Murder Case

KING 5: Man charged with murder for allegedly killing Ravensdale father, husband pleads not guilty

KOMO 4: Widow of Ravensdale murder victim vows to get ‘justice for Nick’ as suspect pleads not guilty

Echo Glen Escape

KIRO 7: Admitted murderer and Echo Glen teen to be charged as an adult for attempted escape

Seattle Times: Prosecutors: Teens who fled WA detention center ran while taking out trash

Snoqualmie Valley Record: Echo Glen inmates faces charges for Sunday escape

Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber: Three teens caught after escaping from Echo Glen Children’s Center