A man who says he was sexually abused by a counselor at Camp Seymour on the Key Peninsula in the 1970s has sued the YMCA, which runs the camp, in Pierce County Superior Court. Seven other men filed a similar lawsuit in 2007.
A man and a woman wanted in a fatal stabbing on a Tacoma street was taken into custody early Tuesday, a day after a warrant was issued for their arrest. 40-year-old De’Angelo Reese died Friday in the attack.
A woman leaves Tapatio Restaurant in Jacksonville, Fla., Friday after bagging the donation jar for Heydi Rivas-Villanueva's family. Heydi, 7, was killed when caught in the crossfire of a gunfight outside the restaurant on Aug. 11.
The name of a man killed in Tacoma early Friday was released Saturday. Police said an argument led to a stabbing. Officers were called to South 21st and Sheridan, where they found the man had been taken to a hospital, and had died.
Thurston County’s SWAT team was called to Yelm on Thursday after police tried to search a home as part of a narcotics investigation. They released “chemical agents” into the home and located the man in the attic.
A deliveryman was threatened and called racial slurs in South Hill, according to court documents. The victim was parked near an apartment complex when a man came out of his home and demanded he leave the neighborhood.
Errol Comenout has been sentenced to decades in prison for robbing a Lakewood grocery store and stealing a car at gunpoint in Tacoma June 15, 2016. He did the heists with his brother — Lee Comenout Jr. — who was sentenced last year.
A disgruntled bar patron sped down Tacoma’s Sixth Avenue, struck a bouncer with his truck, then drove off with the man still in the bed “hanging on for dear life” on Tuesday evening, Pierce County prosecutors say.
A Lakewood drug dealer, suspecting that his supplier was sleeping with his girlfriend, put a gun in his side during a deal early Tuesday, sparking a shootout in an apartment complex parking lot, Pierce County prosecutors say.
Jeremy Simon, 37, of Roy was charged in the hit-and-run death of Eatonville resident Susan Rainwater in Pierce County Superior Court on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018. The 66-year-old grandmother was struck on state Route 7 near Eatonville last Thursday.
The man charged with fatally striking an Eatonville-area bicyclist on Mountain Highway East last week fell asleep at the wheel and fled because he didn’t want to see a dead body, he told a Washington State Patrol detective.