The Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announced Friday that a 14-year-old alleged shoplifter — whose detention by WinCo loss-prevention employees was captured on video and went viral on social media — will not face felony charges.
A prosecutor argued to jurors Tuesday he finds it odd that a former Evergreen High School teacher on trial for allegedly trying to take “upskirt” images of females, including students, claims they were mistakenly taken.
The lawyers for two former Clark County Sheriff’s Office employees will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review a federal appeals court’s decision to reinstate a $9 million jury award to Clyde Ray Spencer, the former Vancouver police officer who was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for sexual abuse.
The man accused of stabbing two men to death early Sunday morning at a Vancouver apartment complex has a history of mental illness and competency issues, which in the past led to the dismissal of other criminal cases, a prosecutor said Monday.
Witness testimony will continue Monday in the trial of a former Evergreen High School teacher accused of trying to take photos and video up the dresses of females, including girls in his class, with his cellphone.
A 14-year-old alleged shoplifter — the subject of a viral cellphone video that captured her being detained by WinCo loss-prevention employees — was released to the custody of her grandmother Wednesday.