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"Arrested after a fight broke out at a Lynnwood bar Lieutenant Jeff brand of the Snohomish county sheriff's office says it started with a group of white males harassing a black male disc jockey at the rec room tavern. Witnesses told detectives that racial slurs were used water and more of them assaulted the jockey and damaged his property the process as far as we're concerned based on that information that's enough probable cause to arrest them for the militias harassment the assault in the militias vista. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries Ken police searching or the man they believe fatally shot a twenty five year old. The victim was founded by Ken police around one thirty this morning in an area near Pacific highway, south and Highline college police tried to use life saving efforts before the victim was transported to Harborview where he later died. Police are now looking for twenty year old Josue Rivera Cruz. They say the Kent man may have ties to the south Seattle area. And that he could be armed and dangerous. Anyone who sees Rivera Cruz should call nine one one? The reward is now at twenty five thousand dollars to help catch the person who set fire to the cast Coney lumber near Queen Anne in November. The owner tells KIRO seven that police have video of a potential suspect from a nearby Espy you security camera, but they have not released it yet. I've taken release the information we'd like to see it because then we can help investigators say they are not ready to release that video the fire did key 'cause twelve million dollars in damage back on November tenth the owner says he has moving his business to the north sound and the city of Marysville has given their homeless population of choice except their help or go to jail mayor John. Nehring tells KTAR Jason ranch yesterday that the city has enforced a zero tolerance policy. We don't tolerate sleeping under bridges illegal camping. We discourage our citizens from giving to panhandlers encouraged to give the local charities. Instead. They haven't acted a partnership between social workers and police who offer help at encampments and after a detox and rehab. Participants are then entered into a transitional and job training transitional housing and job training Nehring ads that they've seen a twenty percent drop in crime, which can partly be credited to their new program. Now."