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Police Shooting Case In Everett Sent To Prosecutor’s Office

April 8, 2017

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It’s been nearly four months since a Lynnwood Police officer shot a man to death in Everett. Back on the night of December 17th, 2016 Lynnwood Police were in Everett following up on a domestic assault case when there was a confrontation between a 44-year-old Everett man and a Lynnwood Police officer that left resulted […]

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M.E. Identifies Man Shot By Lynnwood Officer in Everett

December 21, 2016

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The Snohomish County Medical Examiner issued the following identification tonight in Saturday night’s shooting on Grand Avenue involving a Lynnwood Police Officer and an Everett man. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office has completed the identification and examination of a 44-year old male who was in an officer-involved shooting in the 3900 block of Grand […]

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10:30am Update on Police Shot at in Everett, WA – 112th Park and Ride Open

May 9, 2011

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The 112th street Park and Ride is open again and a suspect was taken into custody after a traffic stop last night at 33rd and Rockefeller turned into gun fire in at least two different locations. Amazing nobody was hurt. You can check out the previous stories from this morning for the details.

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Everett Police to Begin Internal Review of Fatal Shooting 20 Months After the Fact

February 24, 2011

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At yesterday’s Everett City Council meeting the vote was unanimous, (with Council Members Stonecipher and Gipson absent), to approve a half million dollar settlement with the family of Niles Meservey who was shot by Everett Police Officer Troy Meade in June 2009. Here’s the note I got from Everett public information director Kate Reardon about […]

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