Jamison Scott Rogayan, listens to one of his victims during sentencing for two counts of third-degree rape and one count indecent liberties at Whatcom County Superior Court in Bellingham,Tuesday, June 6, 2017.
Philip A. Dwyerpdwyer@bhamherald.com
Victim speaks at Bellingham rapist's sentencing
'Somebody died ... because of a fight they had with you. You're the one who has to live with that.'
Here is what McGlothern's victims said at his sentencing
He spent a year in jail. What did he just plead guilty to?
'This is eye-opening:" Authorities discuss child sex sting in Whatcom County
These men answered ads for child sex. They got arrested instead.
Prosecutor details arrest of Mandy Stavik murder suspect
A look back at images from the Mandy Stavik case
After 28 years, the Whatcom County Sheriff announces an arrest for Mandy Stavik's murder
Bellingham Police release names of family found dead
Police find three dead at Bellingham home
Body cam video shows Bellingham police officer shooting dog
Brother of Bellingham Police officer charged in assault appears in court
William Ralph Smith of Whatcom County is resentenced after pleading guilty to second-degree manslaughter on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Smith originally was found guilty of first-degree manslaughter by a jury after he fatally stabbed another man to death in 2015.
Two of the four women who were victims of Robert Dean McGlothern Jr., who pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted manslaughter and five counts of assault, speak at his sentencing Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Whatcom Superior Court in Bellingham.
Robert Dean McGlothern Jr. is accused of kidnapping his neighbor in October 2015, repeatedly assaulting her with a metal baseball bat and locking her in a closet for two days. McGlothern plead guilty to the crimes Friday, Jan. 5 in Whatcom Superior Court.
Twenty men in Whatcom and Skagit counties were caught in a sting operation this month that targeted internet predators attempting to solicit sexual contact with minors - part of the Washington State Patrol's ongoing "Net Nanny" operation.
A team of law enforcement agencies nabbed 20 men this month in a sting that targeted internet predators attempting to solicit sexual contact with minors. Listen to the press conference Monday, Dec. 18 about the sting and subsequent arrests.
Whatcom County Prosecutor David McEachran explains how detectives arrested Timothy Forrest Bass, 50, of Everson in connection with the 1989 abduction and murder of 18-year-old Mandy Stavik of Acme, at Bass’s first appearance Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, at Whatcom Superior Court.
With the arrest in the 28-year-old murder of Mandy Stavik case, we looked in the files for images from the 1989 case. Stavik was 18 when she disappeared Nov. 24, 1989, after going jogging with the family dog near her mother’s home near Acme in Whatcom County, Washington.
Police have identified the three people found dead Monday afternoon in a Cordata neighborhood home as the victims of a homicide-suicide. Police identified the victims as Tanya Rowe, husband Kevin Rowe, and their 5-year-old son Benton.
Bellingham Police found three dead at 525 Spring Vista Place, where two patrol units were sent about 3 p.m. Monday to check on the welfare of a woman, her husband and child, according to police radio reports.
The Bellingham Police Department released this video of Officer Andrew Wassel shooting a dog during a theft investigation on Oct. 12, 2017. A police review board determined that Wassel followed department policy and was justified when he intentionally discharged his service weapon after the dog aggressively charged him.
Jagmeet Dhaliwal, makes his first appearance in Whatcom Superior Court in Bellingham, Monday, Oct. 23, 2017. Dhaliwal and his brother, Bellingham Police Officer Sukhdev Singh Dhaliwal, are accused of assaulting two men in Blaine Tuesday, Oct. 17.
Bellingham Police are investigating a report of lewd conduct in the York neighborhood, at least the eighth possibly related incident of voyeurism this year. A Bellingham Herald reader sent this audio recording from a police scanner.
Kenneth Bruce Davis, presents himself as defense counsel during a case in Whatcom County District Court. He is charged with two felonies for acting as an attorney when he did not have a license to practice law.