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March 2017 Archives

Washington man pleads guilty to wire fraud charge

A 44-year-old Seattle-area man has entered guilty pleas to charges of wire fraud and making false statements to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The former investment advisor is accused of operating a Ponzi scheme that ended up costing his investors approximately $3.7 million between 2006 and 2015. Media outlets reported on March 20 that prosecutors had reached an agreement with the man's attorneys that calls for a custodial sentence of about 66 months.

Washington couple charged after early-morning drug raid

Two Washington residents are facing the prospect of decades behind bars after being taken into custody on March 10 following an early-morning drug raid. The 23-year-old woman and 37-year-old man face charges of possession of heroin with the intent to deliver and a raft of weapons counts. Charging documents suggest the couple shared a travel trailer on 224th Street East in Graham.

African-Americans more likely to be wrongfully convicted

Washington residents may be interested to learn that, according to a study, African-Americans are more prone to be falsely convicted of certain crimes than white Americans. The study analyzed the cases of about 1,900 defendants who were convicted on violent crime or drug charges between 1989 and 2016 and were then later exonerated.

Colts player charged with DUI after golf cart incident

Seattle Seahawks fans may be interested to learn that a defensive lineman for the Indianapolis Colts, David Parry, was charged with DUI and auto theft on Feb. 25 after what appeared to be a wild night of partying. According to Scottsdale, Arizona, authorities, Parry was accused of stealing a golf cart and crashing it into a gate.

Juvenile drug charges could ruin your child's future

As a parent, you probably do everything you can to support your children and encourage them toward the best possible future. However, the teenage years are fraught with temptation, combined with a physiological deficit in understanding long-term risks and consequences.

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