Listen: Komo, Gonzaga University And Tim Rudloff discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Tim Rudloff tells us a regional critical incident team will investigate its komo's Carleen Johnson. Who says the deputy has three years in law enforcement, but had only been with the Thurston county sheriff's office for about three months, Gonzaga university is planning to create A a. commission to study the schools handling of the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic church. Komo's Bill O'neil reports. The commission is expected to meet through the summer and fall with recommendations by the end of the fall semester. The spokesman review report school president McCullough is now seeking application letters from those who want to join the commission Gonzaga face scrutiny in December for a news story called attention to Carl be house. That's a Jesuit owned building on campus where priests were sent to retire after credible allegations of sexual abuse below Neil. Komo news man, convicted of animal cruelty after shooting his neighbor's pit bull has lost his appeal. The man was convicted by Snohomish county jury in two thousand seventeen and sentenced to twenty days behind bars more than a year earlier the man claimed he has children and his dog were by the river near granite falls. When he spotted the dog. That's when he says he went back to his home and got his twenty two rifle and"