Crime News HEADLINES
A Pierce County Council committee Tuesday recommended making it illegal for suspected prostitutes and their customers to attempt to detect undercover officers by engaging in sexual contact before a transaction is made.
A principal with the Tacoma engineering firm AHBL has been arrested for allegedly attempting to solicit a teenager for sex.
A 49-year-old man recently released from Western State Hospital has been charged with first-degree arson for allegedly setting fire to a bed in a Lakewood motel room, court records show.
A 35-year-old woman accused of purposely throwing her 3-month-old daughter to the floor Sunday made statements to arresting deputies about alternate dimensions and Hitler, court records show.
Bryce Cheney has been dead for 15 years, but hes still an ever-present part of the family.
Police took a man into custody after an armed robbery at a Tacoma shop Saturday night.
Repeat jail inmate Phillip Essary said he was winning the battle to stay sober and cope with his mental illness.
Cannon Schultz got into a lot of fights in middle school. He attended Mount Tahoma High School but didn’t graduate. He said he’s been in and out of custody since he was 15, and hasn’t seen his three siblings since he was a child.
Darrel Daves speaks in a soft voice. He likes talking about cars, boats and motorcycles. He’s divorced and has a grown son, daughter and stepson.
Pierce County leaders might make it illegal for suspected prostitutes and their customers to attempt to detect undercover officers.
June 10: Dreadlocks drew one lesson from his arrest: Anonymity beats fashion every time.
The Puyallup Police Department is asking for the public’s help as officers investigate an attempted child luring incident that occurred Friday night in the 1300 block of East Pioneer in downtown Puyallup.
Three Tacoma businesses were robbed at gunpoint Friday night, all with similar methods.
Bonney Lake police said they are increasing patrols before and after school after more reports came in of a man trying to lure children into his van.
Angel Davis barely could contain her fury Friday in a Pierce County courtroom. Barely 10 feet away sat Anthony Tyrone Clark, the man who shot her beloved nephew, Devondre Davis, to death almost two years ago, rifled the 16-year-olds pockets for drugs and then stuffed his body into a garbage can.
Word on the Street: Puyallup City Council unanimously passes halfway house ordinance, bans multiple sex offenders, violent felons from living in residential areas
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