A second-degree rape charge filed a year ago against a former Microsoft senior program manager has been dismissed by the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. A notice of dismissal filed today indicates “evidentiary considerations not known at the time of filing” the charge as the reason for the dismissal of the charge against Vineet Kumar Srivastava. Dan Donohoe,…More
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Darrion Keith Holiwell, the King County sheriff’s deputy charged with helping his estranged wife work as a prostitute, stealing department ammunition and illegally delivering testosterone will not appear in court until his arraignment hearing on July 1. Because Holiwell was charged and his bail was set before his first court appearance, there is no need for a hearing until…More
A Shoreline woman who fatally stabbed her longtime boyfriend in their home before taking off with their two young daughters and triggering an Amber Alert in May 2012, was sentenced this afternoon to about 14 years in prison. A King County jury last month convicted Doreen Starrish, 29, of second-degree murder with a deadly weapon and heroin possession. Starrish,…More
The former executive director of the Senate Democratic Campaign Committee (SDCC) was sentenced this afternoon to 25 1/2 months for embezzling up to $330,000 in campaign contributions to fuel his alcohol and gambling habits. Michael King was ordered to spend half of that time in prison, where he will be required to undergo treatment for alcohol and gambling…More
A King County District Court judge set bail at $250,000 Monday for a 25-year-old South Seattle man accused of stealing a car and crashing it into another vehicle on Thanksgiving Day, injuring three children. Judge Arthur Chapman agreed to the state’s bail request, finding that Abdinjib Ibraham is a danger to the community and is likely…More
Bail was set Monday at $200,000 for a convicted sex offender accused of stealing the Victoria Clipper from the Seattle waterfront on Sunday.
Samuel K. McDonough, 33, told police that he was just trying to get to West Seattle when he entered the secured area where Victoria Clipper docks its vessels, boarded the Clipper IV and managed to get the boat turned on, according to police and King County prosecutors.
Prosecutors had asked for $500,000 bail for the Preston man who has convictions for drug offenses, burglaries and indecent exposure, including a felony that stemmed from a 2012 incident in which he was arrested for masturbating in front of two female baristas at an Issaquah coffee stand.More
Robbery charges were filed today against the 19-year-old Seattle man accused of robbing passengers at gunpoint aboard a King County Metro bus last Monday night. Trevonnte Brown is charged with two counts of first-degree robbery and one count of first-degree attempted robbery for allegedly robbing two passengers and attempting to rob a third, according to the King County prosecuting…More
The King County Prosecutor’s Office has filed theft charges against Michael King, the former executive director of the Washington Senate Democratic Campaign Committee, for alleging embezzling between $250,000 and $300,000 from the group. King has made a “full confession” to police and blamed the theft on a drinking and gambling problem, according to charging documents filed Tuesday…More
A former Microsoft senior program manager was charged last week with second-degree rape for allegedly forcing himself on a janitor inside his office on the company’s Redmond campus. Vineet Kumar Srivastava, 36, was arrested July 26, four days after he allegedly raped a 32-year-old woman, charging papers say. He spent 24 hours in the King County Jail before posting…More
A $50,000 arrest warrant was issued yesterday for a convicted felon who reportedly fired the gunshot that came close to hitting an infant in Federal Way earlier this month. This is the same man the city of Seattle paid $42,000 to in September to settle a case in which he was kicked by…More