An Arlington woman who was arrested after her ex-husband’s remains were found buried on her property was charged with second-degree murder today. Michele Louise Donohue, 48, caused the death of Byron Wright, in August 2004, charging papers allege. Donohue was arrested Thursday after human remains were found buried under a concrete slab, according to a…More
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A Snohomish County judge today declared a mistrial in the manslaughter trial of a Marysville police officer whose handgun was used by his 3-year-old son to kill the officer’s daughter. The presiding juror told Superior Court Judge that the jury could not reach a verdict in a reasonable time. Moments later he declared a mistrial. Snohomish…More
EVERETT — Marysville police Officer Derek Carlile hung his head and sobbed this morning as Snohomish County deputy prosecutor Lisa Paul recounted the moments that led up to his daughter’s death at the hands of his 3-year-old son. Paul said Carlile, 31, was in a rush to get to a wedding with his family on March 10 when…More
The trial of a Marysville police officer who was charged with manslaughter after his 7-year-old daughter was fatally shot by her younger brother in March is expected to begin tomorrow morning in Everett. Jenna Carlile was shot on March 10 when Officer Derek Carlile, who was off duty, and his wife stopped in Stanwood on…More
The Associated Press OLYMPIA – Gov. Chris Gregoire says she’s appointing Marybeth Dingledy to the Snohomish County Superior Court bench to replace Judge Ronald Castleberry who is retiring at the end of the month. Dingledy has been a public defender in Everett the past 16 years. She began her legal career in 1995 as King County deputy…More
From The Associated Press: Witnesses say a man accused of stabbing two defense lawyers in their necks with pencils grabbed a pen and stabbed his latest lawyer in the side of the head as jurors listened to opening statements in the defendant’s trial on a felony drug charge. The Daily Herald reports that a police officer…More