Among recent police and fire activity this week was a fire involving three travel trailers at a homeless camp north of Burlington

Three men convicted of distributing fentanyl pills in Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom counties have been sentenced to lengthy terms in federal prison, according to a news release from the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington.

Among recent police activity this week was the arrest of a man on a warrant for felony assault with a deadly weapon. The alleged assault came in 2019 in Clear Lake

Among recent police activity this week was the arrest of a woman who was allegedly selling drugs, including counterfeit pills believed to be laced with fentanyl

Among court cases heard Thursday in Skagit County Superior Court were ones involving arson and sexual assault of a minor

One of the suspects in an Oct. 26 stabbing in Burlington has been charged

Among recent emergency calls was a search and rescue crew from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island transporting a Concrete woman by helicopter to Skagit Valley Hospital

Among recent 911 calls are a choking, a stabbing and two fires

SEATTLE — A member of the Upper Skagit Indian Tribe was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Seattle to 15 years in prison for his role in a February 2019 shooting on the Tulalip Indian Reservation, according a news release.

Anacortes police last week arrested a third woman they believe took part in a Nov. 2 assault

Among the court cases heard Thursday in Skagit County Superior Court was one involving a 28-year-old Mount Vernon man pleading guilty to three counts of assault 

A Mount Vernon man who was injured in an Oct. 7 vehicle collision died Wednesday 

A sampling of recent calls to local police and fire agencies.

A 22-year-old Mount Vernon man was sentenced Friday to eight years, four months in federal prison for supplying the counterfeit drugs that killed a 17-year-old Bellingham boy.

Two Skagit County men have been charged with first-degree attempted robbery after they allegedly lured a man to buy a car then attempted to rob him.

MOUNT VERNON — The former franchise owner and manager of a Mount Vernon motel that was closed in June 2020 due to unsafe methamphetamine levels pleaded guilty Thursday to charges related to the motel.

CONCRETE — Skagit County Sheriff’s Office deputy Paul Wolfe on Monday reviewed for the Concrete Town Council and town staff during a special meeting several components of new law enforcement regulations in the state.

For several years, officers in the Sedro-Woolley Police Department have been equipped with body-worn cameras, capturing every second of every call they have responded to.

A roundup of 911 calls to Skagit County police and fire departments

A roundup of cases heard in Skagit County Superior Court.

A sampling of recent calls to local police and fire agencies.

The following are criminal cases heard recently in Skagit County Superior Court:

The following are criminal cases heard Friday in Skagit County Superior Court:

Two men have been charged with first-degree robbery and first-degree assault for their alleged roles in a Sunday evening robbery in Burlington.

Here’s a sampling of recent calls to local police and fire agencies:

Here’s a sampling of recent calls to local police and fire agencies:

A 23-year-old Mount Vernon woman was sentenced in federal court Thursday to seven years in prison for conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington.

The trial for a Bay View man charged with several counts of animal cruelty in a 2018 case involving the deaths of about 70 cows has been rescheduled to at least January.

Here’s a sampling of recent calls to local police and fire agencies:

MOUNT VERNON — A 20-year-old Mount Vernon man will serve three months in custody for leaving the scene after hitting a 16-year-old girl with his car in November.

Washington recently enacted a number of new “police reform” laws that will significantly affect deputies’ ability to detect and prevent crime, hinder the apprehension of criminals and render our community less safe.

A variety of police reform laws enacted this year will change the way law enforcement does its job, and while there is hope the changes will be for the better, there are also concerns about the impacts the reforms may have on the safety of the community.

BURLINGTON — Burlington Police Chief Mike Luvera told his City Council on Thursday that his officers will no longer respond to certain public disturbance calls or engage in vehicle pursuits, amid concerns with police reform legislation that goes into effect Sunday.

The following are criminal cases heard Thursday in Skagit County Superior Court: