SPOKANE, Wash. — Four members of a Polish metal band face kidnapping and rape charges after authorities say they assaulted a woman on their tour bus in August. Two of the members of the band Decapitated, Michal Lysejko and Waclaw Kieltyka, appeared in court Friday afternoon in Spokane. Lysejko is charged with third degree rape and Kieltyka is charged with second degree rape. Each is being held in jail on a $100,000 bond. The judge required them to surrender their passports.
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Four members of a Polish Metal Band are facing kidnapping and rape charges in Spokane. Two band members of Decapitated, Michal Lysejko and Waclaw Kieltyka, appeared in court Friday afternoon. Lysejko is charged with third degree rape and Kieltyka is charged with second degree rape. The other two members of the band, Rafal Piotrowski and Hubert Wiecek will be in Spokane next week to face charges.
A 15-year-old boy charged with fatally shooting a classmate and wounding three others at his rural Washington state high school in Eastern Washington has made his first appearance in court Wednesday morning. A judge on Wednesday in juvenile court set a date to determine if Caleb Sharpe, 15, will be tried as an adult in the Sept. 13 shooting at Freeman High School near the tiny town of Rockford. The hearing is scheduled to start April 2, 2018, and is expected to last a week.
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