• Washington law says employers, "shall provide an employee with sufficient leave of absence from employment when that employee is summoned" for jury duty. It also says employers, "shall not deprive an employee of employment or threaten, coerce, or harass an employee or deny an employee promotional opportunities" for serving as a juror.
  • The hearing paid particular attention to the urgent situation of Alaska Native women, who are vastly over-represented in the domestic violence population and terribly underserved by state law enforcement, and also to the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women.
  • On August 5, 2020, Davis' remains were located near Snoqualmie Pass, 60 miles from where her Chevy was found burning, in a wooded area. According to a fundraiser set up to help pay for the funeral, Davis was a loving mother and grandmother. Chris Davis told Q13 FOX he spoke to his mom the day she disappeared and she was on her way to her plot at a local community garden in Tacoma.
  • More Native American women have been counted as missing or murdered in Washington state than almost anywhere in the country. Authorities are at a loss on how to track, let alone stop, the trend. Can the plight of activists change that?
  • Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Quarterly Lecture for Winter! - Central Washington University News and Events
  • Jul 09, 2019 · Like all of Ted Bundy’s early victims, the 18-year-old Susan Elaine Rancourt disappeared on a college campus — this time at Central Washington State College, east of Seattle. Like many of his other victims, Rancourt was studious (a biology major with a 4.0 grade point average), and driven (she worked two full-time jobs one summer to pay for ...
  • Aug 02, 2020 · August 2, 2020. SEATTLE (AP) — A Washington state woman was found alive more than a week after she went missing in a wooded area, authorities said. Gia Fuda, 18, of Maple Valley was located by search and rescue crews in the Cascade foothills Saturday afternoon, The Seattle Times reported. Fuda was in stable condition in a Monroe hospital Sunday afternoon and deputies had not yet spoken with her, said Sgt. Ryan Abbott of the King County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Missing Children/Adults Clearinghouse Phone: 503-934-0188 Toll Free: 1-800-282-7155 [email protected] ORS 30.868 Civil Damages for Custodial Interference

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A nineteen year old woman in Washington State is missing today after going off into the woods wearing only a Fanny pack. Maureen Kelly it was -- in with friends at Washington's canyon creek Sunday late afternoon. When she wandered into the forest on what she called a spiritual quest which...
Aug 03, 2020 · A Washington teenager who disappeared last month after she ran out of gas was found alive Saturday in the woods of the Cascade Mountains, authorities said.

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This project was supported through the VOCA By and For Grant award number 1913-67365 awarded by the Washington State Department of Commerce, Office Victims of Crime Assistance, through Washington State Department of Social and Health Services.
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All Other Information: Dorothy Lucille Thomas was born in Washington State on 3-17-1928. Adopted by Lucile Jones Thomas and James Richard Thomas from Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, USA. I thought this adoption occurred in Spokane, Washington, but there are no records from the County Court.
Mar 20, 2016 · 5 Disturbing Unsolved Mysteries In Washington That Will Leave You Baffled. Unsolved mysteries are always unsettling, but it’s especially scary when you hear about the cases that are close to home. Washington has been home to plenty of unsolved crimes and incidents, some of which are downright baffling.