The state’s federally recognized watchdog for disabled people’s rights said Tuesday it plans to file a federal lawsuit against Clark County for not releasing video connected to deaths and alleged mistreatment at the county jail.
The former business manager for the Salmon Creek Soccer Club made a first appearance Monday in Clark County Superior Court for allegedly stealing nearly $40,000 from the club over the last three years.
Michael Hamilton was the chief information officer for the city of Seattle when he noticed the city’s security systems snagged a booby-trapped email. The threat was contained before it became a problem, he said, and the malicious program apparently targeted power marketers, the utility employees that negotiate deals with wholesalers for electricity. Power marketers tend to keep their dealings fairly close to the chest, Hamilton said, so how did one them end up in the sights of cybercriminals?
The Clark County department head who filed whistleblower and harassment complaints against Councilor David Madore is now suing the county, alleging it failed to adequately respond to a public records request for the Republican councilor’s text messages in connection with his complaint.
A Multnomah County court Thursday arraigned six people arrested in connection with a 2015 murder, revealed when a man’s body was found in a Ridgefield field last summer, and denied release for all of them.
Long lines at an underfunded state law enforcement academy have left Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins with a shortage of deputies. But he’s not going to sit around waiting for a solution — he’s actively looking to solve the problem himself.
Police are investigating after a law enforcement officer discharged a firearm Wednesday, but a Clark County Sheriff’s Office spokesman said the office would not yet make additional information available.