Crime and Justice Week in Review: Oct. 10-16October 16th, 2006 by josh farley
Prosecutors landed two first-degree murder convictions last week, and a former Chimacum principal is in jail: all in this week’s edition of the crime and justice review.
PO Councilman to Stand Trial Alone in Forgery, Theft Case
A local city councilman and his wife charged with forgery and theft will be tried separately for allegations they misappropriated money from a business partnership account, and then attempted to cover it up, according to Kitsap County prosecutors.
Poulsbo Man Pleads Guilty to Mental Health Worker’s Murder
A Poulsbo man has agreed to plead guilty Friday to first-degree murder in the 2005 stabbing death of his mental health case worker, according to Kitsap County Prosecutors.
Ex-Chimacum High Principal Convicted in Teen-Porn Case
The former principal of Chimacum High School is in the Jefferson County jail, convicted Friday of nine counts of possessing teen porn.
Warren Found Guilty of Shooting His Father
A jury found a Seabeck man guilty of the first-degree murder of his father a day shy of the two-year anniversary of the shooting death.
Police Arrest Car Theft Suspect After Lengthy Chase
A 22-year-old Bremerton man was arrested early Monday morning on suspicion of stealing a car, running from police, and then throwing rocks at the pursuing patrol cars, according to Bremerton police reports.