Crime and Justice Week in Review: Oct. 30-Nov. 6

Plea deals, a robbery, and profiles of top ranking Kitsap County criminal justice officials — all in this week’s wrap.


Nov. 3
Kitsap’s Superior Court ‘Librarian’
Think of him as Kitsap s criminal and civil justice librarian.

Nov. 2
CK Man Will Spend Life in Prison
A Central Kitsap man pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree aggravated murder Wednesday, only three days shy of the first anniversary of the shooting deaths of his wife and stepson at the family s Woods Place home.

Poulsbo Man Gets 30 Years for Murder
Marty Smith will never get to go fishing with his son, Michael. Never see his first grandchild. Never again walk up the stairs to greet his wife, Yolanda.

Nov. 1
Winslow Drugstore Robbed at Gunpoint
Police are searching for a man who committed a Halloween night robbery of a Winslow Way drugstore in which he is said to have taken bottles of prescription pain medication, according to Bainbridge Island detectives.

Oct. 31
The Man Who Would Be Kitsap Prosecutor
Russ Hauge is right where he wants to be. With three terms and a dozen years as Kitsap County s elected prosecutor, Hauge (pronounced ) could, like many attorneys in his position, contemplate a run for higher political office.

Oct. 30
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.

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