Crime and Justice Week in Review: Oct. 24-30November 1st, 2006 by josh farley
A smörgåsbord of Kitsap County news from the past week is available below.
Kitsap Coroner Sees Better Future Coming in Third Term
Though his job is often about all things morbid, Greg Sandstrom believes the Kitsap County Coroner s Office is more about the living than it is the dead.
Seabeck Man Who Killed Dad Will Serve Life Without Parole
A Kitsap County Superior Court judge sentenced a Seabeck man to life in prison without the possibility of parole Friday for the October 2004 shooting death of his father.
Former Teacher Guilty of Having Kid Porn
A former Bainbridge High School teacher pleaded guilty Friday in Kitsap County Superior Court to possessing child pornography.
All Over Kitsap, Boats That Save Lives
The Navy maintains security boats around its Kitsap installations including the Bangor and Bremerton bases that have been used in impromptu fashion as rescue boats, such as in last Friday’s incident.
http://www1.kitsapsun.com/bsun/local/article/0,2403,BSUN_19088_5094900,00.html“>A Growing Rash of Fatal Crashes
Deaths in 2006 from car accidents in Kitsap County have skyrocketed in the past three months, a trend that has alarmed area law enforcement and the local chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers.
Police Chief: PO Bar Must Comply or Face ‘Drastic Measures’
The chief of the Port Orchard Police Department said Monday that police will be taking “drastic measures” to stop violence at a local Bay Street bar if the bar s owners can t fix the problem themselves.