Kitsap Crime & Justice Review: Week of April 24

Here’s the latest in crime and justice news, for the week of April 24-30. (Look for more blogs, too, this week.)


April 26
Report: Coroner’s Office Botched Morgan Center Death Probe
The state today released a long-overdue report on the death last summer of a 29-year-old severely disabled woman at the Frances Haddon Morgan Center in Bremerton. It drops a bombshell of sorts on Kitsap County officials.

April 27
Teen’s Parent Cautions Families on Driving Dangers

Tanner Dunivent could fly off towering cliffs on his mountain bike, weld and create sterling silver jewelry and windsurf the Columbia River Gorge.
But on April 15, the 17-year-old was driving too fast on Burley-Olalla Road near Shady Glenn Avenue and was carrying a passenger — in violation of his six-month provisional license, said his father, David Dunivent.

April 27
Fired Christian School Teacher Charged
A former King’s West School teacher who was fired for sending “inappropriate e-mails” to a 13-year-old student also faces criminal charges.

April 29
‘CSI Effect’ Makes Job Harder for Prosecutor
Crime scene investigators comb scenes for hair follicles and fingerprints, run data in state-of-the-art crime labs and confront suspects with evidence of their guilt — all in the convenient span of an hour.

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