SPOKANE (AP) — A hospital pharmacy technician accused of removing more than 250,000 painkillers over several years pleaded guilty Wednesday in Spokane. Paul Martsin, 25, agreed to a plea deal that would send him to prison for five years. He pleaded guilty to theft, money laundering and dealing controlled substances, The Sp0kesman Review reports. Martsin was arrested…More
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PULLMAN (AP) — A 31-year-old man accused of starting a $13 million fire at an apartment complex that was under construction in Pullman has pleaded guilty to a felony arson charge. KREM-TV reports that Bryan Kitchen entered his plea Monday. The station says the plea deal calls for a four-year sentence for the July 14 fire…More
TACOMA (AP) — A man has pleaded guilty in Tacoma to second-degree murder for killing another man in a murder for hire plot. Pierce County prosecutors say Luis Barker accepted $8,000 from a Gig Harbor woman to kill her son-in-law. The News Tribune reports that Barker entered his plea Tuesday. Sentencing is scheduled for Nov….More
By Paris Achen, The Columbian / (MCT) A Vancouver, Wash., man received a suspended jail sentence Thursday for shooting his girlfriend’s father five times July 23 with a BB gun following an altercation in the Harney Heights neighborhood. Neal Panther Stillwell, 25, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault domestic violence in exchange for prosecutors reducing his charge from third-degree…More
The Associated Press A Kent man has pleaded guilty to importing and selling more than $500,000 in counterfeit luxury vehicle parts. The U.S. attorney for the western district of Washington says the 34-year-old man — Guoxing Xian — faces up to 10 years in prison and a $2 million fine when sentenced on Nov. 22. He has pleaded…More