Dog that survived a shootout, fire shows love and trust to her new family
Dog that survived a shootout, fire shows love and trust to her new family.
Washougal standoff one of several well-publicized incidents
SPOKANE — They exist in the margins of the Pacific Northwest.
Violence blindsides neighbors; reasons for killings follow man to the grave
WASHOUGAL — In the hours before he killed himself and two female relatives amid a hellish rain of bullets and fire, Steven Stanbary planted his wallet and a GPS tracking system in the bed of his neighbor’s truck across the street.
If untreated, mental illness may have fueled his actions
WASHOUGAL — Steven Stanbary dealt with relationship problems, crippling physical pain and an impending sexual assault arrest in his final months, according to those who knew him. Such problems would weigh on anyone’s mind, but significantly moreso for someone with untreated mental illness, psychiatrists said.
Police had no idea of Washougal man's history
The Washougal man who burned his house to the ground during a standoff on Dec. 7 was accused of raping a girl who lives at the home, according to police reports.
We were fortunate, he says; identities of three bodies confirmed
With the adrenaline starting to settle down in Washougal — after a shocking fire, hundreds of bullets fired and a wife and her sister slain — Police Chief Ron Mitchell had one word on Monday to describe his feelings: “Tired.”
Three bodies were recovered from the charred remains of a Washougal home that was involved in a fire and standoff on Wednesday, police said.
Police still guarding Washougal site
Dr. Kathy Taylor of King County examined remains on Sunday in the case of Steven Stanbary and the Washougal fire and shootout that happened Wednesday.
Second day of investigation into fire, shooting ends
The man who lives at the Washougal house destroyed by fire -- and a blaze of gunfire -- Wednesday was due to turn himself into authorities after being investigated for multiple sex crimes.
Remains of four dogs also recovered in burned-out wreckage
Clark County Sheriff’s Sgt. Kevin Allais gave a mid-morning media update at the scene of a Washougal fire and shooting.
A trusted friend and neighbor of Steven Stanbary captured this video of gunfire coming from his burning house in Washougal on the morning of Dec. 7. The neighbor watched the incident from across the street, within firing range, until taking cover behind a vehicle.