Listen: Komo, Hector Galliano And KOMO discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. It's three oh. To overcast in Seattle. We have forty seven degrees. I'm Elisa Jaffe with Tom glasco. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center and early morning fire destroyed a kingdom hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Lacey, and it's being investigated as possible arson. The fire broke out around three forty five AM. There were no reports of injuries. It's the second hall destroyed this year by fire and several other kingdom halls and Thurston county have been damaged in recent attacks. Come is Charlie Harker will join us in a few minutes with a closer look at what investigators. May be looking for us. They try to find out why this is happening police in Auburn have confirmed the identity of a man whose body was found yesterday inside a parked car. The lakeland hills community center, the cause of Hector Galliano's death, which is being investigated as a possible homicide remains unknown. He was last seen leaving a friend's house early Monday as cars seen driving into the community center parking lot around noon that day police believe another person drove the vehicle with Galliano's body inside to that location, then parked and left federal prosecutors want Michael Cohen to spend several years in prison in a sentencing recommendation released today, they told the judge it would be appropriate for him to spend up to sixty three months in prison. Coen's attorneys have asked for no jail time. Seattle attorney and Bremner says this is a risk people face when they plead guilty. What I would tell my client circumstances. You can't guarantee. What kind of sentence you're going to get the five person pleading guilty, even if you enter into the bargain with the government, can we get any agreement. The and throw the book at you or. It will be up to the judge to decide on Cohen sentence. Komo news time three oh, three still."