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June 24: 

Omnibus Hearing in State v. Aaron Ybarra: An omnibus hearing is scheduled for today at 2 p.m. for defendant Aaron Ybarra, who is charged in connection with a shooting on June 5, 2014 at Seattle Pacific University that killed one student and injured two others. Today’s hearing is in courtroom 1201 of the King County Courthouse. Ybarra, 28, is charged with Murder in the First Degree, three counts of Attempted Murder in the First Degree and one count of Assault in the Second Degree. All of the charges include firearm allegations. A trial date is scheduled for September 12. Ybarra is being held without bail at the King County Jail.  

June 6: 

Charges Filed in State v. Derrick Coleman: Former Seattle Seahawk Derrick Coleman was charged Friday with Vehicular Assault and Felony Hit and Run for a collision in Bellevue on October 14, 2015 that injured the driver of another vehicle. Coleman’s truck allegedly rear ended a vehicle driven by a 57-year-old man. The victim suffered a fractured collar bone when his car was flipped upside down in the collision. The defendant is scheduled for arraignment on June 16 at 8:30 a.m. in courtroom 1201 of the King County Courthouse. The case was referred to prosecutors in late January. The case has been under review and ongoing investigation. If convicted of both charges, Coleman could face a sentence range of 12 to 14 months in jail.  

May 23: 

Guilty Plea in Redmond Vehicular Homicide: A 22-year-old Lynnwood man pled guilty this morning as charged to Vehicular Homicide - DUI, Felony Hit and Run, and Reckless Driving for a collision in Redmond on February 28, 2015 that killed a 30-year-old man. The defendant, Robert James Malsch, was under the influence of alcohol and driving at a high rate of speed when his car slammed into a car that was stopped at a red light. Michael Frederick Ey was killed in the collision. The defendant exited his car and fled from the scene, but was apprehended a short time later. Malsch faces a sentence range of 95 to 125 months in prison. Prosecutors will recommend a sentence of 125 months. Sentencing is scheduled for July 1 at 1 p.m. before Judge Mary Roberts in courtroom in W-905 of the King County Courthouse. The case was handled by Senior Deputy Prosecutor Stephanie Knightlinger.

Community & Speaking Events

Dan Satterberg enjoys attending and speaking at community events.

Dan recently spoke at:

  • Choices Program at Sylvester Middle School

  • Public Defender Conference at Seattle University

  • 180 Program Fundraiser

  • Retired Public Employees Council Meeting

If you would like to invite Dan or someone from the Prosecuting Attorney's Office to speak to your organization, please email the office at this link Prosecuting Attorney.

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