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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. It is three. Oh, two. We have forty nine degrees in Seattle. And we've got a big. Problem on southbound I five in Lacey. It's all lanes are blocked right now. And we will get to that. When we talk about the traffic in just a few minutes. I'm Elisa Jaffe with Tom glasco. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. A lockdown at skyline high school in his sequoia has been lifted after a threatening message was found this is after lockdowns at several other schools earlier today, KOMO sue Romero as the latest on that story deputies from the King County sheriff's office as well as bomb sniffing dogs thoroughly checked skyline high school after someone reported. They saw threatening message. According to sergeant Ryan Abbott. I don't know if it was in a stall on the wall, but it was found in the boys restroom. This is not related to an earlier lockdown at Issaquah high school where to students in a bathroom. There reportedly had a gun and made a threat L Michelle with the district says that also caused lockdowns at three other nearby schools middle school, which is a neighbor. And then I understand that a Clark elementary and high schools voluntarily decide. Just out of precaution. To go into a modified lockdown. Police took one fourteen year old student into custody. But no gun was found the lockdowns were lifted at about eleven AM Romero, KOMO news. Whoever said fire to the Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall in Licey, most likely has some kind of grievance Jason shutting with the Seattle office of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives. They believe last Friday's ours. And and the previous attacks on kingdom halls are intended to send a message before these fires the person or persons involved are likely to have shared these strong, strong feelings with others through either comments or conversation. So there's people out there who very likely may have an idea who did this. There have been six attacks on kingdom halls in Thurston county this year. A reward up to thirty six thousand dollars is offered for information that leads to an arrest. Still ahead come on.

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"We turn out of the search for mystery arsonist accused of possible hate crimes in Washington. State. Nearly half a dozen fires under investigation the latest incident, a Jehovah's a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall outside of Seattle. Authorities say the fire was deliberately set and believe someone may be targeting the religious group. Here's ABC's area. Russia. Tonight. The hunt intensifying for this hooded man police say could be behind a rash of arsons targeting Jehovah's Witness houses of worship makes you feel really ill about somebody who has some sort of animosity towards any religion investigators. Zeroing in on surveillance video capturing that suspect apparently sparking this fire at a kingdom hall in western Washington state in March this man seen here buying fireplace. Logs back in July now considered a person of interest, obviously, someone or some persons that are definitely disgruntled with the giove-a witness kingdom hall in Thurston county, this blaze incinerating, another church in the area on Friday. Why is this specific religion being targeted? Why are these churches being targeted the latest in a spate of nearly half a dozen so-called hate crimes, including arson. Fires gunshots. Anna suspicious device this year at Jehovah's Witness houses of worship all. All in the same county. We're actually looking to solve the previous crimes. And also, we're looking people the citizens that come forward the community now on edge. It's devastating for sure. But you know, I it's just a building. So everybody's safe as the and local authorities searched for the culprit, and Tom no one was hurt in any of those incidents. But the community is calling this devastating. Authorities now offering up to thirty six thousand dollars in rewards for any information that leads to an arrest Tom area Russia for us tonight area. Thank you, we head overseas now to China's new threat possibly adding to the turmoil. When America's already volatile stock market opens tomorrow, China so many in the US ambassador to Beijing outraged over the tension of Chinese executive and the arrest threatening to escalate the trade war that has put the markets in a tailspin. Here's ABC. Stephanie ramos. All is now focused on a very jittery market and the growing tensions with China are not likely to help. China is outraged over the detention of tech CFO Mang Juan Joe calling it extremely agree. Gis demanding the US cancel her arrest. Order or face further action won- Joe was arrested in Canada on December. First at the request of the US. She's accused of using her tech company to cover up sanction violations with Iran. The trade war battle and tensions over one Jo's arrest sent the Dow plummeting more than fifteen hundred points a six percent drop since its high on Monday. We keep having rhetoric. Go back and forth, the US China goose flexing their muscles more, and the unknown of how this all play out is weighing in on our markets. One Joe is the daughter of the founder of the wall way company, China's largest cellphone maker in the past vaping accused of using the phones for spying a charge while way denies. It's frightening that any one of those cell phones can have a listening device for the Chinese government the fear. Now, the detainment could take rail the already tense tariff negotiations as the deadline looms at the end of ninety days. These tariffs will be raised on two hundred billion dollars from from ten percent to twenty five percent. If we don't get a satisfactory solution. China is demanding the US ambassador challenged the arrest of Ming, Lonzo she will appear in court tomorrow, and is expected to be extradited to the US, Tom. Stephanie Ramos four Stephanie. Thank you and news tonight about the deadly stampede in Italy police launching to criminal investigations into chaos blamed for killing six people and injuring dozens during a concert afford is believed the nightclub was overcrowded the crush of people likely ignited by someone using pepper spray. Here's ABC's Julia McFarland. This was the moment the horror unfolded. Investigators are reviewing this by STAN footage of the accident thought to talion nightclub late Friday. New details tonight Italian police, tell ABC news to parallel criminal investigations now underway one the suspected use of an irritant spray such as Mace pepper spray. That is believed to have started the stampede. The other violations of the nightclubs occupancy restrictions. The venue is needs to pays to hold around. Eight hundred.

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Daria Albinger, an inch of snow can bring things to a standstill across parts of the south tonight. Parts of North Carolina are dealing with up to a foot of it. And that's too much even for snowplow operator near Greensburg. Supervisor the rake somebody over. Chain Ford out. At least one death is reported a tree falling on a car. Governor ROY Cooper, declaring a state of emergency. And so as his counterpart in Virginia, we encourage all citizens to take this snowstorm seriously. Jeff Caldwell with Virginia's department of emergency management says people should stay off the roads and be prepared in case power goes out, or you are isolated because of transportation impacts governor. Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency Saint communities should be ready for a lot of snow and ice some areas, especially south could get more than twelve inches of snow Nikai, Nellie ABC news. Thousands of power outages are reported across both states and hundreds of flights have been canceled. Filings from federal prosecutors could implicate President Trump with violations of campaign finance laws. ABC's David Wright with White House. Reactions crimes relate to the hush money. Cohen paid adult film star stormy Daniels and former playboy playmate. Karen McDougal, the incoming chair of the House Judiciary committee said congress will investigate that. But said it's too early to tell whether impeachment is warranted. To impeachment is is an attempt to in effect overturned or changed the result of the last election. You should do it only for very serious situations. President Trump Princess she has nothing to fear President Trump focusing on the question of collusion with Russia tweeting everything so far clears him. And even thanks the investigators whether a hate crime, that's what authorities in Lacey. Washington went to find out. They're investigating a fire this week that destroyed a Jehovah's Witness. Witness kingdom hall is a case of arson. You're listening to ABC news. Hey, I'm Brant. So there's this guiding Jordan, he's a healthy guy. He's a dad of six and he works as a guide in Alaska. And he goes to the doctor true story goes to the doctor and he's diagnosed with cancer stage four, and here's the thing. He had switched earlier from medical insurance to medishare where Christian share each other's medical bills. So the question for Jordan and his wife Jenny was is this.

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news one thousand ninety seven seven good afternoon in his to thirty one. I'm Kelly Blair with the top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. The university of Washington is mourning the loss of a former football standout and current athletic department academic coordinator rod Jones, he died yesterday at the age of fifty four Jones worked in. The athletic department for nearly two decades. He was a member of the nineteen Eighty-four Washington squad that finished the season eleven and one in defeated Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. He would go on to play professional football for the Kansas City Chiefs NC L Seahawks head football coach Chris Peterson said in a statement, the university of Washington football family, lost one of its own Saturday. Rod was a committed husky, and we are deeply saddened by his tragic passing. He will be missed sorely biology student, athletes coaches and staff and the impact he left on our program will never be forgotten. No word yet on service arrangements. Leavenworth today. Celebrated the life of Jacob soldier killed last month. Sergeant Leandro hustle was killed during combat operations in Afghanistan on November twenty fourth. He was on his third deployment Afghanistan after enlisting in the army. Hustles funeral service was held this morning at cascade high school in Leavenworth a deadly car crashes left. The seatac city halston in a cell Seattle community in mourning. A newly appointed seatac city council woman has died Saturday around one o'clock Amina Ahmed was killed in a head on collision on south one hundred eighty eighth street and seatac she lived in south King County for nearly twenty years as an immigrant. She was a voice for immigrant and refugee rights and in October was appointed to the seatac city council. I mean as friends had planned, a meet and greet. So the community could get to know the new council member it will still take place on December twenty first. Instead, it will be a time to honor the life of Amina Ahmed. Police in Lacey are investigating a fire. That destroyed a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall early Friday. The fire is the six incident since March, and what appears to be a string of attacks targeting. Jehovah's Witnesses Thurston county. Sheriff John's NASA's says local church members are an edge after these attacks makes you feel really.

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"The seatac city hall is stunned and a south Seattle community in mourning. After the tragic death of a newly appointed seatac city council woman. Amina Ahmad is an advocate for immigrant and refugee rights died in a car crash yesterday. Komo's Patrick Quinn talk. French who are coping with this sudden and tragic news to an fee. So they were in the middle of planning a Amenas meet-and-greet as a newly elected city council member. That's when they got the news that their former boss, and friend is gone. No. Just hours after her death. Her friends, remember, Amina Ahmed, the woman, advocate, and friend. That's why am who. I am today. Steps. Other follow around one o'clock Amina was killed in a head on collision on south one eighty eighth street in seatac Amina lived in south King County for the last twenty years as an immigrant choose voice for immigrants in refugee rights. And our Tober was appointed to the seatac city council. People say that why you wanted to organize all this. She's like, we all have equal rights. We need to stand together. Her loss is resonating to the city. She had such big plans for and yet while gone Amina Ahmed impact continue to live on Patrick is also saying that meet and greet. He mentioned that was being planned for is not cancelled it still scheduled for December twenty first slightly different tone. It'll be a time to honor the life of Amina amid other stories this morning. Police in Lacey investigating that fire that destroyed the Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall early Friday the fire in at six incident now since March, and what appears to be a string of attacks targeting Jehovah's Witnesses. So she county sheriff John's Naza says local church members are on the edge with all these attacks feel really ill.

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Can police got a call about a shooting at a parking lot at the tier Avila apartments when police arrived? They found a twenty five year old man shot. He later died. Police now looking for era crews is wanted in connection with that shooting. He may be in the south sound area. If you see him DO NOT APPROACH him, call nine one one. Again, he is considered armed and dangerous. Komo's Michelle Esteban. The F says the fire at the Jehovah's Witness kingdom, hall and Lacey was arson. This is the fifth incident at a south sound Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall this year over the last year. There have been fire set a churches in Olympia. Tom water and yell in addition of gunmen fired on a search and yeoman may a thirty six thousand dollar reward has been. Being offered for information leading to an arrest state patrol says a car struck and killed someone walking on state route five. State patrol says a car struck and killed someone walking on state route three oh two in Pierce county. State troopers say to can't say why that person was in the roadway. The investigation continues central Pierce county. Investigators meanwhile, looking into what started a huge commercial building fire early Saturday morning and spanaway fire started at the b and our auto wrecking yard just after two. Nobody was hurt. Governor Inslee is new political action committee has reported one hundred twelve thousand five hundred dollars donations as a democrat gears up for a possible. Presidential run ins lease early. Donations include support from longtime environmental donors, including Martha Wyckoff, a board member with the trust for public land at Amazon's general counsel, David's Opolski who each gave the limited five thousand dollars. This seven-year-old Inslee says he is actively considering a White House bid seeing it as a way to highlight his environmental agenda until now the governor has been fairly coy. Oy about his twenty twenty plans. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Here's something you don't hear every day. In fact, never NASA releasing audio of wind blowing on Mars marking the first time sound has been captured on another planet. That's the sound of Martian wind blowing against Nassar's insight. Mars lander. It's thirty four past the hour..

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty four seven news continues. Now on KOMO news. The fire that burned down a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall and Lacey Friday is considered suspicious, but it's caused hasn't officially been determined. Komo's Charlie Harger tells us there have been similar fires and other kingdom halls over the past couple of months, and he spoke to a profiler about it psychologist. Joel voskan has researched and provided expert testimony about motivations for arson. I asked him for his take on what's happening in Thurston county. I'm sure that one hypothesis they'll be exploring his people who have some kind of grievance either real or perceived that they believe they've been harmed by that particular denomination. You hope that people talk about their grievances before they resort to fire which will make their job easier because it's just a question of finding out who expressed rage against that denomination. There's a lot of reasons why people said fires, but one. That's not infrequent anger. And at least there's one theory. That's frequently adhere to by many professionals that it's a kind of a primitive way of expressing rage. And the people who have other options for expressing rates may be less likely to use fire. So for example, sometimes people sue people when they're angry at but not everybody has equal access to lawyers and stuff like that. Or or knows enough to think about how to express their grievances. Intellectual capacity. What do we know about that? Well, one thing that's been written about frequently is that people who are more limited intellectually are more likely to use fire to express rage because they have fewer other option, but I'm very cautious about those kind of findings because the people that we know about the arsonists that we know about are the ones who got caught it, sir. Certainly possible that people who are more limited in lecture may be more likely to be caught arson. Investigators will tell you that quite a few are since may be more than half are for profit and are much less likely to result in prosecution precisely because people know what they're doing and ways that make it more difficult to determine who committed the crime. Do you worry this arsonists could strike again? We don't always know. So if somebody didn't get identified and prosecuted and a crime stopped. We don't know why they stopped. We could the person have been arrested for something else. Could they have felt like okay? My I paid them back. Now, I'm done that they have received some type of counseling or therapy for some other reason, you know, we again, we only know what we know. And it's really important for us to be humble about how much we don't know about these phenomena that psychologist and expert witness Dr Joel voskan on. Charlie harder. Komo news. A local woman say she thought she was chatting with a friend on Facebook. Now, she's dealing with police and the fraud investigators at are Bank. She called komo's Connie Thompson. And other Facebook users about offers for government grants. I was on Facebook. And I was chatting with my friend laurel Sharon Murphy is one of the latest casualties of a nationwide scam that promises government grants. I was supposed to get one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for two thousand you had to pay two thousand dollars. Yeah. Sharon didn't know the person on Facebook had hijacked her friends account and steered her to a fake federal grant agent. She actually paid five thousand dollars to get her grant part of it in the form of prepaid gift cards in return. She got dozens of checks deposited to her Bank account. Then the Bank notified me that my account had been fathered into please come in the Bank sent copies of nearly fifty thousand dollars worth of counterfeit checks. I couldn't eat and I got sick..

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KOMO

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO news. A fire that burned down Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall and Lacey Friday is considered suspicious, but it's caused hasn't officially been determined. Komo's Charlie Harger tells us there have been similar fires and other kingdom halls over the past couple of months, and he spoke to a profiler about it psychologist. Joel voskan has researched and provided expert testimony about motivations for arson. I asked him for his take on what's happening in Thurston county. I'm sure that one hypothesis still be exploring his people who have. Some kind of grievance either real or perceived that they believe they've been harmed by that particular denomination. You hope that people talk about their grievances before they resort to fire which will make their job a little easier because it's just a question of finding out who expressed rage against that denomination. There's a lot of reasons why people said fires, but one that's not infrequent anger. And at least there's one theory. That's frequently adhere to by many professionals that it's a kind of a primitive way of expressing rage, and the people who have other options for expressing rage baby less likely to use fire. So for example, sometimes people sue people when they're angry, but not everybody has equal access to lawyers and stuff like that. Or or knows enough to think about how to express their grievances. Intellectual capacity. What do we know about that? Well, one thing that's been written about frequently. Is that people who are more limited intellectually are more likely to use fire to express rage because they have fewer other option, but I'm very cautious about those kind of findings because the people that we know about the arsonists that we know about for the ones who got caught, and it's certainly possible that people who are more limited intellectually, maybe more likely to be caught arson. Investigators will tell you that quite a few are since maybe more than half are for profit and are much less likely to result in prosecution precisely because people know what they're doing. And do it in ways that make it more difficult to determine who committed the crime? Do you worry this arsonists could strike again? We don't always know. So if somebody didn't get identified and prosecuted and the crime stopped. We don't. No why they stopped the person have been arrested for something else. Could they have felt like okay? My I paid them back. Now, I'm done that they have received some type of counseling or therapy for some other reason, you know, we again, we only know what we know. And it's it's really important for us to be humble about how much we don't know about these phenomena that psychologist and expert witness, Dr Joel DeVos, can I'm Charlie harder. Komo news. A local woman say she thought she was chatting with a friend on Facebook. Now, she's dealing with police and the fraud investigators that our Bank, she called komo's Connie Thompson, worn other Facebook users about offers for government grants. I was on Facebook. And I was chatting with my friend laurel Sharon Murphy is one of the latest casualties of a nationwide scam that promises government grants. I was supposed to get one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for two thousand you had to pay two thousand dollar. Yeah. Sharon didn't know the person on Facebook had hijacked her friends account and steered her to a fake federal grant agent. She actually paid five thousand dollars to get her grant part of it in the form of prepaid gift cards in return. She got dozens of checks deposited to her Bank account. Then the Bank notified me that my count had been frauded into please come in the Bank sent copies of nearly fifty thousand dollars worth of counterfeit checks. I couldn't eat. Got sick..

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KOMO

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"One. It's forty degrees right now. Art sanders. Top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Michael Cohen could be going to prison for years longer than he hoped. Komo's Charlie Harger has a local attorneys reaction to his sentencing recommendation to Seattle attorney and Bremner is surprise even though from her years of experience, she knows she shouldn't be given the nature of the crime. That least that he has admitted. It a surprising that there would be a substantial terms requested. But under the circumstances, you know, given how he's portrayed himself and his brace, and it is the pricing. Federal prosecutors want him to serve four to five years. Well, Cohen asked no prison time, he did plead guilty and Bremner says he can't take that back. A judge will make the final sentencing decision. Charlie harder. Komo high school student is arrested afternoons. Graham post threatening mass shootings at schools in university place school district line of viral overnight at Troy with the Pierce county. Sheriff's office says they were able to track down a fourteen year old Curtis junior high student using his IP address today on devices and his access to the internet. We're able to prove that he was one back at create and post. Went viral throughout the school district overnight caused all the problems. He says the teenager did not have any weapons nor access to any and is not a credible threat in emergency letter sent to parents from the district last night said the online threat used phrases like shoot up the school tomorrow and racist comments and referenced the KKK police in Auburn have officially identified a man whose body was found in a parked car yesterday. Hector Gagliano was found dead inside that car parked of the lakeland hills community center, he was last seen leaving a friend's house. Early. Monday is car seen driving into the community center parking lot later that day police believe another person drove the vehicle Galliano's body inside to that location, then parked and left 'cause of Hector Galliano's death, which is being investigated as possible homicide remains unknown members of the Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall and Lacey say they will not let this morning's fire. Keep them from worshipping elder Bill. Warner will be on the move. Again. He arrived in Lacey a few months ago following the fire at the kingdom hall in Olympia. Earlier this year, we still have two more kingdom halls the area. So we're basically arrangements right balance for congregations that have been affected by this fire to move into those areas. So that we can continue right on with our meetings says there were cameras in place of the Lacey kingdom hall, and they are hoping those images might help provide some answers on what may have caused this morning's fire. Komo news time eight thirty four triple A traffic.

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KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Even though Michael Cohen had asked for no prison time. Federal prosecutors say he should serve between four and five years. Seattle attorney and Bremner says it'll be up to a judge to decide is sentenced by withdrawing. Once you've done that you have to abide by it. And and then face the music, no matter what it is. She says she was surprised to see how much time prosecutors asked for a social media post threatening mass shootings school shootings in university place saying that everyone's going to die leads to the arrest of a fourteen year old student. Komo's sue Romero has the latest post on Instagram prompted university place school district officials to send an emergency letter to parents notifying them that the threat specifically named narrows view intermediate school drum intermediate and Curtis junior and senior high schools it also used the phrase shoot up the school tomorrow, but the schools remained open Ed Troyer with the Pierce county. Sheriff's office says they were able to link the threat to a fourteen year old Curtis junior high student using his IP address is responsible for creating threats to the multiple school university place school district kind of went viral social media and had some racial overtones. The post also had racist comments and talked about the cake. K K. But Troyer says no weapons were found at the boy's home. So he is not considered to be a credible threat. See romero? Komo news fire destroyed a place of worship and Thurston county early this morning, the Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall and Lacey burned down. It's suspicious, given this is the second hall destroyed this year by fire and several other kingdom halls and Thurston county been damaged in attacks. Sure for Thurston county. John Snozzi says members of the kingdom hall are scared. Rightly so. And I think that's the.

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KOMO

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Local attorneys are reacting to the sentencing recommendations for President Trump's one time lawyer Michael Cohen, Seattle defense attorney and Bremner tells us it's not surprising that a substantial term would be requested by the feds. But on the other hand, given how he's portrayed himself and his operation. It is the pricing. She says Cohen can't change his mind. Even if he doesn't like what prosecutors recommend are certain death taxes, and you cannot withdraw. You have to abide by it. And and then face the music. No matter what it is. You'll recall Cohen Asser, no prison time the feds want four to five years. A judge will make the final decision. Charlie harger. Komo news fourteen year old student in the university place school district has been arrested after social media posts online to shoot up the school went viral among parents and students detective Ed Troyer with the Pierce county sheriff's offices. They were able to find the teenager using his posts on Instagram that said everyone's going to die. We found the IP address from the account went there. We contacted a father who was cooperative trader says the student would not give a reason for posting the threats mentioning narrows view intermediate school drum intermediate and Curtis schools and university place. A credible threat. He did not have any weapon and does not have access to weapons Theoreste comes after an emergency. Notice went out to parents last night notifying them about the threats of a mass shooting and racist comments police in Auburn have confirmed the identity of the man whose body was found yesterday inside a parked car at the lakeland hills community center 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. His car seen driving into the community center parking lot around noon that day, please believe another person drove the vehicle with Galliano's body inside to that location, then parked and left. Those are worshipped of the Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall, unless you're hoping they'll soon get some answers on what may have caused a devastating fire this morning cameras. So hopefully, there will be so what the investigators pine elder. Bill Warner says he had only been worshipping at the kingdom hall lacy for short. What time moving there after the kingdom hall in Olympia burned earlier this year? The Everett city council has unanimously approved a plastic bag ban beginning September thirtieth two thousand nineteen the ban will block stores from distributing single. Use bags customers will be able to purchase single use bags for five cents. Each state. Lawmakers have announced plans to propose a statewide bantering the coming legislative session in January. Komo news time seven thirty four. Aaa.

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KOMO

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Fire that burned down a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall and Lacey Friday's considered suspicious that it's caused hasn't been officially determined. Komo's Charlie harder tells us there have been similar fires at other kingdom halls over the past couple of months, and he spoke to a profiler about psychologists Joel voskan has researched and provided expert testimony about motivations for arson. I asked him for his take on what's happening in Thurston county. I'm sure that one hypothesis they'll be exploring his people who have some kind of grievance either real or perceived that they believe they've been harmed by that particular denomination, you how that people talk about their grievances before they resort to fire which will make their job a little easier because it's just a question to find out who expressed rage against. That there's a lot of reasons why people said fires, but one that's not infrequent his anger. And at least there's one theory. That's frequently adhere to by many professionals that it's kind of a primitive way of expressing rage and people who have other options for expressing rage may be less likely to use fire. So for example, sometimes people sue people when they're angry at but not everybody has equal access to to lawyers and stuff like that. Or or knows enough to think about how to express their grievances. Intellectual capacity. What do we know about that? Well, one thing that's been written about frequently is that people who are more limited intellectually are more likely to use fire to express rage because they have fewer other option, but I'm very cautious about those kind of findings because the people that we know. Oh about the arsonists that we know about are the ones who got caught. And it's certainly possible that people who are more limited intellectually may be more likely to be caught arson. Investigators will tell you that quite a few are since may be more than half are for profit and are much less likely to result in prosecution precisely because people know what they're doing. And do it in ways that make it more difficult to determine who committed the crime? Do you worry this arsonists could strike again? We don't always know. So if somebody didn't get identified and prosecuted and the crime stopped. We don't know why they stopped. We could the person been arrested for something else. Could they have felt like okay? My I paid them back. Now, I'm done could they have received some type of counseling or therapy for some other reason, you know, we again, we only know what we know. And it's really important for us to be humble about how much we don't know. I about these phenomena. How difficult is this work? It's not what you see on television. This is very very hard work. And God bless those guys there. Superstars. I mean, they're they're keeping us safer. And I think the world is up that psychologist and expert witness Dr Joel device on Charlie harder. Komo news. Four people in Virginia now hired with a murder for hire plot to kill a man's wife and her alleged boyfriend and then take out witnesses. That may have exposed them ABC's. Andy Field has details. Least say the murder for hire. Plot was a family affair that four people a husband his brother their mother and another person hired people to kill witnesses who had information about that husband, killing his wife the complicated. Plot centering on Joshua Frederico. In Chesterfield county Virginia it was his wife in a person. The police say was your boyfriend who were murdered for Rico's family and a friend now charged with hiring a hitman to kill witnesses. Andy Field ABC news..

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"New information released today in the Russia probe on President Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen and former campaign manager Paul Manafort, let's get the latest now from CBS news. CBS news special report in a sentencing memo by prosecutors in New York, they say former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen should receive substantial time for his crimes including campaign, finance and Bank fraud. CBS's Jeff peg as prosecutors say yes, take into account the fact that he was cooperating but still he committed crime Sierra, and he should serve some time. Russia's special counsel. Robert Muller says Cohen should get some consideration for his cooperation. This is not what Michael Cohen was hoping or he and I've talked to him over the last several months is a cooperated in the investigation. He was hoping that it would lead to a more lenient outcome for him. But that is not going to be the case when he is sentenced next week in another filing Muller says former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, lied about his contacts with the White House and in associate with ties to Russian intelligence CBS news special report, I'm Pam. Coulter. And I'm their boss, a guilty verdict in the case of a man who rammed his car into counter. Protesters at a white nationals rally in Virginia last year. Twenty one year old James, Alex fields junior. Mommy, Ohio was convicted of all ten charges he faced including first degree murder. A thirty two year old woman was killed and dozens of others were hurt. Shiva? Chris cillizza? Bs news federal agents are asking for information about a suspicious fire. That torched a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall in Lacey urged the public to come forward if they have any information. This is the sixth time this year, some was attacked those houses of worship in Thurston county. Washington state supreme court Justice, Mary you is in trouble for using Facebook to promote to charities. Judges are not supposed to use their office to advance personal or financial issues the commission on judicial conduct admonished you today, that's the lowest level sanctions. Day on Wall Street,.

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"The huskies. Komo news. Top stories coming up, including a fire that burned a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall this morning. Another arsonists suspected in this case also coming up, boxers and briefs it doesn't matter. I'm Brian Calvert. And the only thing that does count is that you actually bury them, and we'll tell you where the CEO of Boeing would like to land at some point. And it's not of this earth slide outta ABC. Sales have been released about the deadly shooting last month at the borderline bar and grill and Thousand Oaks, California police say officer, rob Hillis, who died in the attack wasn't just shot by the gunmen. Sergeant helix was also struck by six bullet, which we now know through forensic analysis by the FBI crime laboratory was fired from the CHP officers rifle Ventura County sheriff Bill a you that bullet hit he'll is in the heart killing him twelve others died in the attack a new report from the department of defense shows the air force missed four chances to give the F B I fingerprints of Devon Kelly. The Sutherland springs church shooter, if his fingerprints would have been added to a national database that would have prevented him from buying guns. Legally former FBI had James Comey is on Capitol Hill where he's testifying the closed door hearing Komi wanted this public but agreed to today's hearing after being given the green light to speak publicly about his testimony. When it's over the Dow is down five hundred points. I'm Scott Goldberg ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good morning. Once again, thanks for making us part of your Friday. It's eleven thirty one sunshine still hanging on. But we're going to get some clouds coming in later right now the top stories from our KOMO twenty four seven news center. Fire again, destroyed a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall this morning. This is the hall on carpenter road and Lacey. Komo's Carleen Johnson has more details. Just a few minutes ago. They wrapped up a press briefing. The sheriff another fire officials ATF down there talking about what is suspected to be an arson fire that destroyed this church just after three thirty this morning is when that fire call came in and as soon as they arrived, it was fully engulfed nothing. They could do to save this whole now, this is the sixth attack in Thurston county on a Jehovah's Witness hall of worship that has happened this year at it's the second hall that has been destroyed by fire completely others have been damaged one was shot up the church in Hjelm earlier this year. The sheriff said no doubt those who worship in the witness halls. Are scared more more or less.

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up, it'd be the same arsonist. I'm Carleen Johnson. A Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall has burned down in Thurston county facing the truth about facial recognition. I'm Corwin Hake. Local software giant sounds the alarm and those stories and more I which I can live with ABC news time, eleven o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg. New information is being released about the deadly shooting last month at the border line bar and grill and Thousand Oaks, California. The sheriff in Ventura County says it has become clear that the bullet that killed sergeant Ron he lists during the chaos was not a bullet from the suspect. It came from a California Highway Patrol officer who was with helix firing at the gunman sheriff, Billy you. This was a dynamic chaotic event that led to a very brief but furious gun battle between the killer. And the law man was shot five times by the suspect. But it was C HP officers bullet that hit sergeant he lives in the heart. Alex stone ABC news, Los Angeles acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker is praising President Trump's pick to take over the Justice department. The president's selection of Bill bar as the next attorney general is a continuation of this law and order presidency Whitaker. Speaking in Kansas City, Missouri where the president-elect about crime prevention he called bar who served as attorney general under George H dub. Oh, you Bush highly respected. The president also announced his nomination of Heather Nauert, the current State Department spokeswoman as US ambassador to the United Nations. Former FBI director James Comey's taking questions behind closed doors on Capitol Hill ABC's Lana Zak is there. The perspective of fired FBI director James Comey. He had already answered congress has questions about the decisions he made as FBI director during the two thousand sixteen presidential election. He even wrote a book about it. But he was back on Capitol Hill once again director..

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Is one step closer to being the next Seattle, police chief permanently I'm Jeff Pohjola at city hall also on the way benefit for a fallen officer I'm Corwin Hake north end restaurant honors south end comp eighty. Degrees downtown net twelve thirty President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani tells ABC news he believes his. Team will have negotiations wrapped up with the special counsel. By September first regarding an interview with the, president's not want to run into the November. Elections back up from that this should be. Over with by September foots that's? Giuliani speaking on Jay seculars radio. Show secular another lawyer for the president the source close to the White House says the legal team is not inclined to let the president answer questions, about obstruction of Justice officials say DNA from the remains of US war dead returned by North Korea are now being Extensively tested. They say it could be months before positive identifications are. Made Sunday marks one year since the anniversary of the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville Virginia and police are. Preparing for any potential unrest a number of state police personnel that will be. Here probably over seven hundred that has been trained and ready to be assigned to. This assignment Heather higher was killed when the white nationalist drove his car into a crowd of. Protesters last, year Scott Goldberg ABC news. Stay connected stay informed KOMO news good afternoon top stories now from the KOMO twenty. Four, seven news center what is being described as yet another apparent attempted arson a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall, and Thurston county under investigation the latest. Incident happening in Hjelm were church elders arriving this morning. Discovered smoldering logs against an. Outside wall of the hall unveil road southeast, those logs were quickly doused with water however the bomb squad was then called to take a, closer look at it suspicious item found nearby, this is the latest in a series of Such suspicious incidents in kingdom halls and Thurston county leading to the creation. Of a task force to, investigate the Seattle city council will vote next week, on whether to make Carmen best the city's permanent police chief but it wasn't without controversy today more from komo's Jeff Pohjola best wasn't one of. The original finalists for. The job but following public outcry and the withdrawal of another candidate she was, back in and ultimately nominated by, the bear best still, has to, be approved. By the city council and at, a committee hearing. Today Shabbat Suwat tried to pin her down on what's, so once these, is racially biased policing do you think. That racially biased policing and excessive use of force, are an ongoing, systematic problem in the police department I know you're looking for yes or. No answer but it's so much more. Complex, than that in the end the committee approved her nomination and the full..

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"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"witness kingdom hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Single person in here that hasn't been working day and night supporting in their way dr nassar with the kids now they're stringing a phone line in so the children can talk with their parents president trump still talking with potential nominees to the supreme court sources tell abc news he will likely interview at least one more person today after four meetings yesterday the president today is also ordering us flags to fly at half staff until sundown in honor of the five people murdered at annapolis newspaper white house press secretary sarah sanders soon as the president directly heard about the request made by the mayor he asked that we reach out and verify that they're married made the request and what we did the president asked the flags be lowered gavin buckley is the mayor of annapolis he spoke this morning this is an attack on free speech this is attack on journalists this could have happened in any of your newsrooms a federal judge has now ordered the trump administration to grant hearings to over a thousand people seeking asylum in the us they have been held in jail for months with much of the country sweltering abc's ryan burrow says a child has been found locked in a car in wisconsin the three year old girl was found dripping with sweat and crying at a locked car by a woman walking her dogs as temperatures outside approach ninety degrees the woman who found the girl says police discovered the girl's mother laughing in the nearby woods with a man who is not the girl's father and they gave police many excuses police say the girl's father was told that his daughter was left to the car with no windows cracked for forty five minutes you're listening to abc news stay connected stay informed komo news komo news time eight oh two good morning it's the komo morning news sunshine in downtown seattle it's fifty five right now headed for a high in the mid seventies greg has the day off i'm manda factor here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center a man is being questioned by police after fire destroyed a jehovah's witness kingdom hall and olympia this morning komo's carleen johnson is live at the scene with some new details from police well this is the same building targeted by an arsonist few months ago so in that case about twenty five thousand dollars of damage was done but today the building is completely destroyed here on caine road southeast it was fully involved in flames with crews got very early a defensive firefight they couldn't get inside there was really no chance to save the building olympia police lieutenant sam costello tells me they do have a person that they're questioning a man who was picked up on an unrelated warrant a few blocks away but it was just minutes after the fire call came in round three am anything on in that lead to suspicion of fire starter nothing that many people wouldn't have in their pockets some of which may be good start a fire but i can't say that for i think it's just too early to say whether whether zimbabwe was or whether he's a suspect or even a person at this point honestly the way he was drafted just the way he looked caused them some suspicions so we picked up on the unrelated warrant but the question to see if he had anything to do with this fire he does not look anything like the gentleman who was in the surveillance video from the arson fire a few months ago there clear on that there was another fire that same day in some water at another jehovah's witness kingdom hall that damage that building but today this whole building destroyed live in olympia carleen johnson komo news the same city of seattle policy that purchased a homeless couples plane tickets out of town could also pay for rent and car repairs that's what mayor jenny durken is sane and komo's corwin hake explains last week after melissa burns and her husband declined city services to move them out of an illegal camp near third and broad the city bought them airline tickets home to kansas then made sure they got on the plane now durkin says the plane ride home is just one example of a policy that could include helping an unsheltered person fix their car or spotting them couple of months rent so those people that if we can just give them some assistance today it'll keep them.

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