PORT ORCHARD — A couple charged in Kitsap County Superior Court after a brawl in November turned into for a shooting pleaded guilty to misdemeanors, significantly less serious offenses than they had been facing. If the case had gone to trial for the felony he was originally charged with, the shooter’s attorney said she would have considered arguing self-defense.
PORT ORCHARD — A 22-year-old man was charged Friday with attempted first-degree murder for allegedly shooting an acquaintance while he slept Wednesday at a house in Manchester and then leaving with the wounded man’s Ford Mustang and girlfriend. Robert James Hackett told Kitsap County Sheriff’s detectives that he didn’t steal the victim’s car, though he could not explain how it made it to the Bremerton apartment where he was arrested early the next morning.
PORT ORCHARD — A Kitsap County Superior Court judge scrapped the year-long sentence agreed upon by attorneys for a man shot and seriously wounded last year while he drunkenly tried to break into a North Kitsap residence, and instead gave him 21 months in prison. Alberto Zane Chapulin, 28, of Poulsbo, had been charged with residential burglary for the March 5, 2017 incident near the Clearwater Casino. Zane Chapulin had been drinking at the casino and was kicked out for becoming too drunk.
Bremerton’s Tarra Simmons and her attorneys this a.m. after arguing to the state Supreme Court for her to 2b allowed to take the bar exam after being denied bc of her criminal history. Y’all already know where you heard about her 1st: @KitsapSunhttps://t.co/0bUSKQCOxmhttps://t.co/DZAjyj11Hb
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Selecting a term
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Companies or Topics (e.g. iPhone, Microsoft)
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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