- December 8, 2016 Seattle Times A rifle in a guitar case: That's what a former student was carrying around Seattle Central College thursday Former felon student brings assault rifle and ammo concealed in guitar case to Seattle Central College, school says Amy Clancy Kiro 7 Dec 8, 2016 Convicted felon Michael Jared Harris was arrested for allegedly bringing an assault rifle, hidden in a guitar case, onto the Seattle Central College campus Wednesday afternoon... 34-year-old Harris showed him the weapon. “He kind of opened the guitar case up, and I saw what was a very dangerous weapon,” Kiso said Thursday. “The worst thing you can imagine is to see someone with a weapon in a guitar case, in a cafeteria.”.....the weapon taken into evidence as an “assault rifle.” Kiso notified security and Harris was arrested under the stairs of the campus atrium...waived his right to appear in court where his public defender said Harris is homeless. “He has been a regular presence on campus,” ...hasn’t caused any trouble in the past.” ... Harris had ammunition for the weapon when he was arrested, ..is a former Seattle Central student who made no threats leading up to his arrest. Harris is a convicted felon --- prohibited from having weapons... has significant substance abuse problems ... was acting “bizarre.” .. flashed through my mind were the numerous shootings across the country due to unstable people"
December 7, 2016 Seattle Times The man who allegedly [deliberately] rammed vehicles Wednesday while driving the wrong way on I-5 had been arrested a day earlier for driving while high on meth [as a cover story for deliberate attack ], the Washington State Patrol says. Miraculously, no one was seriously injured in the series of rush-hour crashes.
Nov 28, 2016 hospitalized sat death Brooklyn Toddler Injured in Suspected Abuse Has Died New York Times A 3-year-old boy, who was found unconscious and covered in feces by police officers who were called to his home in Brooklyn last week, has died, the ... boy, Jaden Jordan, had been in critical condition since Nov. 28 at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center. He died on Saturday, the police said on Monday.