Crime

Port Townsend woman charged after hitting bicyclist

A Port Townsend woman faces arraignment Friday after she was charged with hit-and-run injury, a felony,… Continue reading

Murder case on hold for state hospital admission in November

Kenney must understand charges against him to proceed

Port Angeles man pleads guilty to disabling repeater in park

Ranting about revolution, he prompted evacuation of Deer Park area

OMC doctor arrested for sexual assault

Alleged victims were patients at hospital

Richard Welches.

Port Angeles man sentenced to 22 years for drugs, firearms

Convicted felon had outstanding warrants in several instances

Richard Welches.

Sequim man convicted of child rape

Incidents occurred between 2002-2006

Man sentenced to jail on voyeurism charges

Incidents in Clallam, Jefferson counties; four counts dismissed

Sequim police continue to investigate a burglary at Coastal Farm & Ranch. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

One arrested, two at large in Sequim burglary

ATF assisting due to large number of firearms stolen

Sequim police continue to investigate a burglary at Coastal Farm & Ranch. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Attempted murder trial postponed to November

Luoma attorney seeks ‘diminished capacity defense’

Pair arrested in connection with burglary

Deputies call off pursuit with speeds over 100 mph

Makah man sentenced to 16 months in prison after carjacking

An enrolled member of the Makah Tribe has been sentenced in U.S. District Court in Tacoma to 16 months in prison after authorities… Continue reading

Delay for trial possible in Sequim attempted murder case

More discovery being gathered by police, State Patrol

Law enforcement officials bemoan laws they say hamper their work

Drug possession, pursuits specific areas of police concern

A bright mural created by Cammry Lapka covers the boarded over the space where a burglar broke a window, entered the Esther Webster Gallery at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, and stole items from a traveling exhibit. Christine Loewe, executive director of the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, says that despite the seeming senselessness of the crime, that it was also an opportunity to bring the community together. (Paula Hunt/Peninsula Daily News)

Fine Arts Center moving on with new exhibit after burglary

Organizers have renewed appreciation for local connection

A bright mural created by Cammry Lapka covers the boarded over the space where a burglar broke a window, entered the Esther Webster Gallery at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, and stole items from a traveling exhibit. Christine Loewe, executive director of the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, says that despite the seeming senselessness of the crime, that it was also an opportunity to bring the community together. (Paula Hunt/Peninsula Daily News)

Competency evaluation ordered for man accused of attempted murder of officer

Investigators also urge charge of first-degree murder

Man sent back to jail for 6½ years

Drugs, gun found following traffic stop

Washington police say drivers aren’t stopping for them

The Washington State Patrol says drivers are increasingly refusing to stop for troopers — and other law enforcement agencies also say this is… Continue reading

Feds stop boat with 1,400 pounds of meth by US-Canada border

U.S. authorities say they stopped a small boat carrying a large shipment of methamphetamine after they saw it riding low in the water… Continue reading

Bret Allen Kenney, 34, appears in Clallam County Superior Court on May 24 via video to be formally charged with attempted second-degree murder, assault on a police officer, disarming a police officer and driving under the influence of drugs. His bail was revoked and his arraignment is set for June 3.

Judge denies bail for attempted murder of police officer

Person of interest in mother’s death

Bret Allen Kenney, 34, appears in Clallam County Superior Court on May 24 via video to be formally charged with attempted second-degree murder, assault on a police officer, disarming a police officer and driving under the influence of drugs. His bail was revoked and his arraignment is set for June 3.
Law enforcement personnel stand outside Robb Elementary School following a shooting Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

18 students, 3 adults killed in shooting at Texas elementary

Students in second, third, fourth grades

  • May 24, 2022
  • By Eugene Garcia and Dario Lopez-Mills The Associated Press
Law enforcement personnel stand outside Robb Elementary School following a shooting Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)