The Associated Press EVERETT — The owner of Java Juggs and Twin Peaks espresso stands pleaded guilty Tuesday in Everett to charges of promoting prostitution and money laundering. Snohomish County prosecutors say baristas at five stands owned by Carmela Panico engaged in sex shows and prostitution to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars in tips. The 52-year-old could…More
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The former owner of a Federal Way nightclub that was a front for prostitution and money laundering was sentenced today to six years in prison, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Chang Young Kim, 59, of Milton, pleaded guilty in November to conspiracy to transport individuals for prostitution, conspiracy to engage in money laundering, bribery of a…More
The Associated Press UPDATE: 2:55 p.m. | Prosecutors have filed federal charges against a Clark County family court judge and five other people, alleging a $3 million, decade-long investment fraud scheme that authorities say the judge worked on from his courthouse chambers. An indictment unsealed Wednesday accuses elected District Judge Steven E. Jones, 54, and the others…More