Kitsap Crime and Justice Review: Week of May 15

Here’s all the news for Kitsap’s Crime and Justice Review, for the week of May 15. What a week it was.

May 21
Parents Say First Teen Death Also ‘Accidental’
Saddened by “all of the untrue stories that have been told,” Bob and Mikki Whitworth say they want to put speculation about their son’s recent death to rest.

May 20
Father Says Boy’s Death Caused by ‘Horrible Accident’
Zachary Kvistad was a kid who “learned by doing.” So when the 14-year-old came home from Kingston Junior High School on Monday afternoon, he was “very animated,” said his father, Eric Kvistad. He was talking about a schoolmate’s death by hanging that had occurred over the weekend.

May 18
Navy Yard Shooting Probe Continues
The Kitsap County Sheriff s Office is holding off on releasing the names of the two deputies who fatally shot a man Tuesday morning in Navy Yard City until its investigation into the shooting is complete.

May 17
North Kitsap School Grieves 2 Deaths
Students and staff at Kingston Junior High School were reeling Tuesday with the news of two student deaths in three days and a subsequent campus lockdown.

May 17
Deputies Placed on Leave After Shooting of Bremerton Man
A Navy Yard City man died on the street in front of his home early Tuesday after an altercation with Kitsap County sheriff s deputies.

May 16
Weather May Be Factor in Mason County Accidents
Sunny skies and warm weather likely contributed to four weekend car accidents on highways in Mason County, the Washington State Patrol said.

May 15
Bainbridge Police Boat Ventures Beyond Island
In most circumstances, the sight of a Bainbridge police officer in Edmonds or Southworth would seem a bit odd.
Not so on the water.

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