Sound Bites: Kent News, June 26, 2017

Sound Bites: Kent News

Local News and Events for Kent, Washington

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Last week was a crazy week in Kent with a fire displacing a family of five, a fatal shooting involving a Kent police officer, an attempted murder-suicide in nearby SeaTac, and allegations from the state attorney general’s office against former Kent City Council candidate Bailey Stober for failing to provide campaign finance records, as required by the Public Disclosure Commission. Here is a recap of some of those stories, as well as some upcoming events. Have a great week, and try to stay cool!

~ Dana Neuts, Publisher

Photo courtesy of King county Democrats

NEW–AGO orders Bailey Stober to disclose campaign finance records
On Friday, the attorney general’s office filed a petition to compel King County Democrats’ Chair Bailey Stober to provide required campaign finance records. Stober, who ran successfully for Kent City Council three times, whttp://www.ilovekent.net/2017/06/25/attempted-murder-suicide-in-seatac-leaves-one-man-dead/as ordered to provide the records on May 22, but has not yet provided all of the required documents. Stober is the director of communications and external relations for King County Assessor John Wilson. Read more here.