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Washington K-9 Leads Deputies to Hiding Fugitive

A K-9 with the Kitsap County (WA) Sheriff's Office was instrumental in locating a suspect who fled police on foot into a wooded area in that state.

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WA Prosecutor Refuses to Charge Suspects who Attack Officers while Resisting Arrest

The policy came to light when KTTH was tipped off to an incident, where a King County Sheriff’s deputy was kicked in the groin by a 20-year-old female suspect in tall leather boots. She was not charged with assault.

Philadelphia Officer Paints Portraits of Fallen Officers

The most recent piece of art produced by Jonny Castro is of Deputy Justin DeRosier of the Cowlitz County (WA) Sheriff's Office, who was shot and killed after responding to investigate reports of a disabled motor home.

Suspected Cop-Killer Shot, Killed in Washington State

The man suspected of shooting and killing Deputy Sheriff Justin DeRosier of the Cowlitz County (WA) Sheriff's Office was shot in a confrontation with members of the Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office and the Kalama Police Department on Sunday.

4-Year-Old Sworn In as Honorary Washington Officer

The family of Clayton Jones was connected with the department through the Make-A-Wish Foundation in December.

Wounded Washington Officer Released from Hospital, Faces Long Recovery

The officer with the Kittitas (WA) Police Department wounded in a gunfight that killed a Kittitas County Sheriff's Deputy was released from the hospital over the weekend.

Washington Deputy was Killed by Illegal Immigrant

Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed Thursday that the suspect — Juan Manual Flores Del Toro — was in the U.S. illegally, and had entered the country through a port of entry in Laredo, Texas.

Washington Deputy Killed, Officer Wounded in Gunfight Following Pursuit

The vehicle pursuit ended in the town of Kittitas where Deputy Thompson was backed up by Officer Benito Chavez. The suspect exited the vehicle and exchanged shots with the two law enforcement officers.

Rural Washington Department Launches Online Crime Reporting System

Residents of a small Washington town on the Columbia River now have a new way to report crimes to their local police agency—an online reporting system that goes live on March 1, 2019.

Washington State Legislation Could Vacate 200,000 Marijuana Convictions

The identical bills, SB 5605 and HB 1500, would require the sentencing court to vacate a conviction for misdemeanor marijuana possession if the person applying was 21 or older at the time of the offense.