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October 18, 2013 at 6:56 AM

Friday Memo: Pizza place stabbing … Seahawks on top … Strangler sentencing

Doesn’t pay to be a restaurant employee: Two days ago a Chipotle employee got hit with a hot sauce bottle in downtown Seattle and last night an employee of a pizza place in Green Lake was stabbed. In the Green Lake incident, the suspect had four knives on him when he was arrested …

The Seahawks’ win last night in Arizona puts them at 6-1, the best in franchise history. Not too shabby, but while they dominated the game, they did make a few mistakes.

Michael Chadd Boysen

Michael Chadd Boysen

Michael Chadd Boysen, the man who strangled his grandparents a few days after he was released from prison, is scheduled to be sentenced today in King County Superior Court. The death penalty is off the table and while a life sentence was expected in the case, his attorneys are expected to ask for a sentence of 40 years.

Nice weekend ahead. It’s foggy this morning,  but sunny skies are expected this afternoon with temperatures in the 60s. Got some fall yard work to do, do you? Now’s the time. It’s expected to be sunny and even warmer Monday and Tuesday.

Not the kind of guy you want hanging around town during Halloween time: Fleeing sex offender found in Seattle, gets a warning

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Nick Provenza: 206-464-2142 or nprovenza@seattletimes.com


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