Crime

11 years meted out for domestic violence

Man has lengthy criminal history

 

Man who spat at officer gets three years in prison

Found guilty of felony assault

 

A photo of murder victims Jordan Iverson, left, and his father, Darrell Iverson, was shown to the jury last week during Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Michele Devlin’s closing argument.

Bauer murder verdict to be appealed

Case cost hundreds of thousands of dollars

 

Dennis Marvin Bauer is escorted out of Clallam County Superior Court after he was convicted of a 2018 triple murder on Monday. (Rob Ollikainen/for Peninsula Daily News)

Bauer found guilty of triple murder

Jury also finds him at fault for firearms violations

Dennis Marvin Bauer is escorted out of Clallam County Superior Court after he was convicted of a 2018 triple murder on Monday. (Rob Ollikainen/for Peninsula Daily News)
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Dennis Bauer confers with lawyer Karen Unger.

Jury deliberating

Above, Michele Devlin, Clallam County chief criminal deputy prosecuting, top, moves mannequins that illustrate bullet trajectories during closing arguments Thursday in the triple-murder trial of… Continue reading

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Dennis Bauer confers with lawyer Karen Unger.
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Karen Unger, attorney for accused triple-murderer Dennis Bauer, shows a photo to the jury Thursday during closing arguments that shows bullet casing found on the dryer of victim Darrell Iverson.

Jury deciding Bauer’s fate

Attorneys rest in triple-murder case

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Karen Unger, attorney for accused triple-murderer Dennis Bauer, shows a photo to the jury Thursday during closing arguments that shows bullet casing found on the dryer of victim Darrell Iverson.
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Clallam County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jesse Espinoza makes a closing argument in Dennis Marvin Bauer’s triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court on Wednesday. Sheriff’s Sgt. Jeff Waterhouse and Chief Criminal Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Michele Devlin look on.

Prosecutor delivers closing arguments in triple-murder trial

Espinoza: Visitors left nobody alive

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Clallam County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jesse Espinoza makes a closing argument in Dennis Marvin Bauer’s triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court on Wednesday. Sheriff’s Sgt. Jeff Waterhouse and Chief Criminal Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Michele Devlin look on.
Judge Lauren Erickson addresses the jury during the final day of testimony Tuesday in Dennis Marvin Bauer's triple-murder trial. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Jury set to decide accused killer’s fate

Closing arguments this morning

Judge Lauren Erickson addresses the jury during the final day of testimony Tuesday in Dennis Marvin Bauer's triple-murder trial. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)
Dennis Bauer is questioned by defense attorney Karen Unger during his triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court on Monday. (Rob Ollikainen/For Peninsula Daily News)

Bauer: ‘I don’t shoot people’

Accused takes stand in defense

Dennis Bauer is questioned by defense attorney Karen Unger during his triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court on Monday. (Rob Ollikainen/For Peninsula Daily News)

Olympic National Park assault charge up in air

Man has been in treatment facility

Attorneys argue instructions for Bauer jury

More witnesses subpoenaed to testify

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Dennis Bauer gets emotional while testifying at his triple murder trial.

Accused killer’s account challenged

Bauer admits changing story

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Dennis Bauer gets emotional while testifying at his triple murder trial.

Bauer denies murders

Accused takes stand in triple-murder trial

Dennis Marvin Bauer, left, speaks with his attorney, Karen Unger, before testimony in his triple-murder trial Monday at the Clallam County Courthouse. (Rob Ollikainen/For Peninsula Daily News)

Witness IDs weapons found at Bauer’s ranch

Guns, knives belonging to deceased were not sold, he says

Dennis Marvin Bauer, left, speaks with his attorney, Karen Unger, before testimony in his triple-murder trial Monday at the Clallam County Courthouse. (Rob Ollikainen/For Peninsula Daily News)
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Dustin Iverson's service dog, Mr. Ryker, waits on the witness stand while his owner, Dustin Iverson, identifies for the jury items on a projection screen during the murder trial of the man charged with killing his father, Darrell.

Drug connection probed in Bauer trial

Iverson’s son testifies

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Dustin Iverson's service dog, Mr. Ryker, waits on the witness stand while his owner, Dustin Iverson, identifies for the jury items on a projection screen during the murder trial of the man charged with killing his father, Darrell.

Pot shop robbed in Port Angeles

Police are seeking four people who robbed Floyd’s Cannabis of money and product at apparent gunpoint on Friday night. The robbers also… Continue reading

State Patrol Detective Michael Grall, left, is questioned by Clallam County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jesse Espinoza in Dennis Marvin Bauer’s triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court. (Rob Ollikainen/for Peninsula Daily News)

Testimony focuses on weapons and drugs

Bauer attorney objects to relevance

State Patrol Detective Michael Grall, left, is questioned by Clallam County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jesse Espinoza in Dennis Marvin Bauer’s triple-murder trial in Clallam County Superior Court. (Rob Ollikainen/for Peninsula Daily News)

Witness says she was told that Bauer killed Iverson

Alleged accomplice’s girlfriend testifies at trial

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Port Townsend Police Detective Jon Stuart holds a rifle that he found at Dennis Marvin Bauer’s residence in January 2019. Stuart was one of four witnesses to testify in Bauer’s triple-murder trial Monday morning in Clallam County Superior Court.

Neighbor questions accused about whereabouts, recalls burn barrel in triple-murder trial

Detectives testify about evidence recovered from Bauer’s home

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Port Townsend Police Detective Jon Stuart holds a rifle that he found at Dennis Marvin Bauer’s residence in January 2019. Stuart was one of four witnesses to testify in Bauer’s triple-murder trial Monday morning in Clallam County Superior Court.