Crime and Justice Week in Review: Oct. 2-9October 10th, 2006 by josh farley
Whether it was the start of a murder case, or the end of it, this week’s Crime and Justice week in review’s got it.
Long Paperwork-Paved Road Ahead in Abuse Murder Case
Prosecutors and defense attorneys alike have begun preparing for the case of Kimberly Ann Forder, 44, a mother accused of abusing her 8-year-old son Christopher and causing his death at the family’s Seabeck area home in 2002.
Prosecutor Tries to Puncture Murder Defendant’s Story
Holding up the .38-caliber handgun alleged to have killed Russell Warren, county Deputy Prosecutor Jim Mitchell told Warren s son, Martin, that the murder in the family s Seabeck-area double-wide could have been simpler.
Defendant Says He Doesn’t Remember Day of Murder
Five days on a methamphetamine binge with no sleep: Martin Warren remembers little of the day he’s alleged to have shot his father to death.
Murder Suspect’s Trial Hinges on His Competency
At first, he wasn t to stand trial. Then, he was. Next, he was said to be off the drugs that medicated his schizophrenia and again, his competency was at risk. Now, he’s back on them.
Suspect Arrested in Anthrax Scare
A 28-year-old Bremerton man was arrested early Monday for allegedly calling in phony anthrax threats about the Bremerton Post Office on Sixth Street last week, as well as making other fake 911 calls, according to local police.
Ohio ‘Football Murder’ Suspect Arrested in Bremerton
An Ohio man wanted by police for allegedly killing a man before hundreds of witnesses at a youth football game was arrested Monday morning in Bremerton, according to the U.S. Marshals Office of Western Washington.
Ex-Principal on Trial for Taking Pics of Teen Girl
He is the man she loved and trusted and married four years ago, she said. He is the man whose computer savvy is so much better than hers that she relied on it to help her with a video project for her grade school students.