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Donald Driver doesn't hold anything back. When the former professional football player tells his story to people, they get the whole deal. It's an emotional and riveting ride dotted with harsh times — experiencing poverty and homelessness — that lead to victory in the end.
Fox will serve two years in prison for role in Redmond stabbing; Foster pleads guilty in incident, awaits sentencing on Nov. 7
Ronald Fox, who pleaded guilty on Sept. 11 to second-degree assault with a deadly weapon enhancement for his role in a Redmond stabbing on June 13, was sentenced to two years in prison on Oct. 3, according to a press secretary for the King County Prosecuting Attorney Office.
The police blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Redmond Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Redmond Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Redmond, which gets more than 500 calls (emergency and non-emergency) per week.
Redmond police's Pro Act unit leads raid: Drugs, bunkers, gun range, arsenal and former Sonics player found in Kirkland home | Reporter investigation
It seems too far fetched for even an episode of "Breaking Bad." A drug operation 300 hundred feet away from an elementary school. Underground bunkers for growing marijuana and later a shooting range. "Johns" crawling through side windows to solicit prostitutes. And former Seattle Sonics basketball player Robert Swift.
I have never written a letter in to a newspaper before, but I’m doing so now because I believe so strongly in Andy Hill, our first term 45th District state senator. He's now fighting off the millions pouring in from an out-of-state multimillionaire with no ties to our state, who is just bent on a partisan battle without any knowledge whatsoever of us, or what we need.