Crime

Joyce woman arrested after chase in Neah Bay

A Joyce woman was arrested after a high-speed chase in Neah Bay on Saturday, the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office said. Tami M.… Continue reading

OPNET: Port Angeles arrests yield guns, possible explosive, $62,000 in cash

The arrest of a Port Angeles man wanted on a state Department of Corrections warrant led to the Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement… Continue reading

Port Angeles man sentenced after pleading guilty to 13 felonies, two misdemeanors

A Port Angeles man who was arrested after fleeing from law enforcement last summer has been sentenced to seven years and three… Continue reading

Sequim man accused as child sex predator dies of cancer

Clinton R. Caldwell, one of a dozen suspected predators arrested in a Net-Nanny child-sex sting operation in March, died Monday at his home,… Continue reading

Sequim man sentenced to 6½ years in prison after Net Nanny sting

A Sequim man who had intended to pay $300 to have sex with two children has been sentenced in Jefferson County Superior… Continue reading

Joyce man facing third ‘strike’ after alleged knife threat

A Joyce man is facing his third “strike” under the three strikes sentencing law after he allegedly held a knife to a… Continue reading

Police: Drunken driver crashes into First Federal in Port Angeles

Police said a drunken driver plowed a Chevy Traverse SUV into First Federal’s downtown operations and technical center at 141 W. First… Continue reading

Port Angeles man charged with robbery

A 37-year-old Port Angeles man was charged Thursday with second-degree robbery after he allegedly broke into a vehicle, assaulted the car owner… Continue reading

Port Angeles police arrest man in boat behind The Landing mall

Port Angeles police arrested a man on a fishing boat at the back of The Landing mall Wednesday morning after what they… Continue reading

Second-degree murder charges follow discovery of body on base

A Forks man and a Tacoma man have been charged in the brutal killing of a single mother whose body was found on… Continue reading

Report of inoperable cancer delays hearing for man accused in Net Nanny sting

Child-sex sting defendant Clinton Roy Caldwell of Sequim has inoperable cancer, delaying two Clallam Superior Court proceedings against him on charges of… Continue reading

Police: Stolen truck returned a different color

A Sequim man charged with possessing a stolen Ford Ranger said he is not the one who painted the green pickup truck… Continue reading

Charges dismissed in 40-year-old Port Angeles murder case

A judge’s ruling in favor of dismissing charges against Tommy Ross Jr. in a four-decades-old murder case will be challenged by the… Continue reading

Port Angeles man sentenced in federal court to 5 years in prison for domestic assault

An enrolled member of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe was sentenced Friday in U.S. District Court in Tacoma to five years in prison… Continue reading

Man sentenced for Beaver arson: Woman whose home was burned tells of hearing apology

A 40-year-old woman watched her former boyfriend apologize in Clallam County Superior Court last week. He had written her a letter from… Continue reading

Woman accused of embezzlement from the Sequim VFW in jail again

A 31-year-old woman accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from the Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars post is back in jail after missing… Continue reading

This 2018 booking photo provided by the Arizona Department of Corrections shows Kitage Lynch. Whether Lynch, imprisoned for attacking police officers in metro Phoenix, will eventually stand trial in three killings in rural western Arizona is uncertain after a judge dismissed the triple-homicide case while chastising prosecutors for being unprepared. Judge Matthew Newman’s recent order said he dismissed the triple-homicide case in La Paz County against Lynch because prosecutors failed to have DNA evidence tested and prepare for trial while Lynch awaits trial in Maricopa County. (Arizona Department of Corrections via AP)

Next step unclear after triple charges dismissed

Whether a man already sentenced to prison for attacking police officers in a Phoenix suburb will eventually stand trial in… Continue reading

  • Oct 8, 2018
This 2018 booking photo provided by the Arizona Department of Corrections shows Kitage Lynch. Whether Lynch, imprisoned for attacking police officers in metro Phoenix, will eventually stand trial in three killings in rural western Arizona is uncertain after a judge dismissed the triple-homicide case while chastising prosecutors for being unprepared. Judge Matthew Newman’s recent order said he dismissed the triple-homicide case in La Paz County against Lynch because prosecutors failed to have DNA evidence tested and prepare for trial while Lynch awaits trial in Maricopa County. (Arizona Department of Corrections via AP)

Stolen law enforcement guns recovered

Two department-issued Glock handguns stolen from the home of two Clallam County Sheriff’s Office employees over the summer have been recovered. The… Continue reading

Sequim man accusd of fourth drunk driving offense

A Sequim man has been charged with his fourth driving under the influence offense in the last decade, making it a Class… Continue reading

Port Angeles men accused in federal court of series of crimes

Two Port Angeles men accused of burglarizing Olympic National Park entrance stations and stealing more than $2,000 worth of property from them face… Continue reading