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"Stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Just yesterday. Auburn police had gotten reports of a missing man today. Komo's Charlie Harker says that man's car was found with a body insiders at the lakeland homeowners association community center saw the car and called police. First thing in the morning commander, Mike Herman with Auburn PD says they could quickly tell something was wrong. We looked tried to look in the car. The windows were tinted we opened the trunk lifted the trunk, and there are some carpeting that was sticking out the back, and as we picked up part of that carpeting, we saw a body in the car. Detectives spent much of the day methodically going over evidence inside the car, the family of missing man, Hecker Galliano has been notified, but Herman cautions a positive identification has not been made that will be up to the medical examiner to make that positive ID. It auburn. Charlie Harger, KOMO new man convicted of sex trafficking out of a luxury Bellevue. Apartment will serve a little under three and a half years in jail. Charles t Peters sentenced covers nine felony convictions. Prosecutor Gary earns Dorf argued for a harsher term level of entitlement sexual objectification, misogyny in this case is deeply and profoundly disturbing. Judge. Suzanne Parisian noted Peters was the first time of Fender. He's the last of five men convicted of felonies after two thousand sixteen sting operation state supreme court has sided with those who support supervised injection sites for drug users. The unanimous ruling today supports a lower court ruling that blocked."