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Photos courtesy of Monroe Police: Law enforcement arrested a 38-year-old Monroe man following a high-speed pursuit on Sunday, where he allegedly covered his wife in gasoline and threatened her with a knife.
Photos courtesy of Monroe Police: Law enforcement arrested a 38-year-old Monroe man following a high-speed pursuit on Sunday, where he allegedly covered his wife in gasoline and threatened her with a knife.
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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 12:36 PM
Monroe resident Rene Fabian Carmona Ruiz told law enforcement he had wanted to be killed by police following his arrest Sunday after a high-speed chase down U.S. Highway 2.
  • Police: Monroe man took wife, law enforcement on high-speed pursuit
    Monroe resident Rene Fabian Carmona Ruiz told law enforcement he had wanted to be killed by police following his arrest Sunday after a high-speed chase down U.S. Highway 2.
  • Skykomish candidates running unopposed
    Skykomish incumbents seeking to retain their town council and mayoral seats are running uncontested this year.
  • Body of missing Texas woman recovered from Skykomish River
    The Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the body recovered from the Skykomish River last week as that of Shauna R. Geffon, the 25-year-old Texas woman who disappeared in the water east of Index on June 27.
  • Monroe massage therapist convicted of indecent liberties
    Monroe massage therapist Charles Crawford has been convicted in Snohomish County Superior Court of inappropriately touching three women while working at the Wellbeing Center for Health last year.
  • Health District reports five-year high for STDs in Snohomish County
    The rates of STDs in Snohomish County have risen at an alarming pace according to a recent report issued by the health district.
  • Monroe man Richard McKelvey died on the morning of July 4 when his motorcycle struck an elevated barrier in downtown Seattle.
  • Examiner's Office identifies Sunset Falls drowning victim
    The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the body recovered from the Skykomish River on Saturday as 49-year-old Adrian B. Jovanovic, who disappeared in the water near Sunset Falls three weeks prior.
  • Updated: Elderly woman dies following suspected drunk-driving collision
    Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in a head-on collision in Monroe that killed an 87-year-old woman and sent two more people to the hospital on Tuesday night.
  • Fourth of July keeps Fire District 7 busy

    It was a fiery July 4 for Sky Valley emergency responders.
    Within a 24-hour period Fire District 7 responders were dispatched 64 times for fire- and fireworks-related calls; no one was injured during any of those incidents.

  • A man was killed after his car collided with a guardrail and caught fire early Tuesday morning near Gold Bar.
  • Search for missing people continues at Sunset Falls
    The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office was finally able to put divers in the water at Sunset Falls where two people have gone missing since June 17.
  • By the time the filing period closed halfway through May, no one had applied for Gold Bar’s mayoral position. Mayor Lee Hodo, who is in his 80s, says he’s not running to keep the position. Of the four council seats open this year, three also ended up without candidate filings.
  • Credit to the force
    The Monroe Police Department has retired its first female officer, receiving honors from the police chief and city council last Thursday for her service to the community.
  • Sheriff's office recovers body from Skykomish River

    The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office recovered a man’s body from the Skykomish River on  Saturday.
    Deputies were called out at 11:41 a.m. to the 49100 block of U.S. 2 near Index, according to a news release. The agency's Search and Rescue units looked along the river by air.

  • Second person goes missing near Sunset Falls
    The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office was searching near Sunset Falls again this week after a 25-year-old woman went missing while visiting the area with her mother.
  • Education in construction

    Frank Wagner and Salem Woods elementary students began their summer with some last-minute groundwork.
    Ceremonies marking the start of renovations at both schools were held last week.

  • Monroe finds new city administrator
    The search has ended for a new Monroe city administrator, the City Council voting last week to appoint Deborah Knight to the position. The vote was prefaced with a 30-minute meet-and-greet set up by Mayor Geoffrey Thomas.
  • Sheriff's office recovers body of missing Gold Bar man
    The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office recovered the body of a missing 70-year-old Gold Bar man from the Skykomish River on Thursday afternoon.
  • Sheriff's Office seeking whereabouts of missing Gold Bar man

    The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is still searching for a Gold Bar man who went missing Monday afternoon.
    Olaf Eriksen, 70, was last seen around 1:30 p.m., according to an SCSO news release. A witness said that was when they saw the man, who suffers from dementia, walk away from his home.

  • Monroe fixing to blaze a few trails

    The city of Monroe is partnering with local and regional agencies to build two connecting trails between downtown and surrounding communities.
    The plan is part of a much bigger picture. Eventually, the routes could help residents reach as far as eastern Washington, or intersect popular trails in Snohomish and King counties.

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