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John Troberg

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Stevens County

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Clallam County


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www.lakespokaneoutpost.com

Rogers is expected to plead innocent by reason of insanity this week in Stevens County Superior Court, said John Troberg, chief criminal deputy prosecutor for the Stevens County Prosecutor's Office.If Rogers asserts the insanity defense, prosecutors will ask for an evaluation of Rogers' mental health at Eastern State Hospital in Medical Lake before his trial,Troberg said.


www.krem.com

Deputy Stevens County Prosecutor John Troberg says the student turned himself in yesterday afternoon on the charge stemming from incidents at the school April 24th.Two teachers say they overheard the student discussing how to kill 20 to 30 people at the school. The student allegedly told the school's principal he was just playing an assassination game from the Internet and by watching a crime show on television. Troberg says it will be determined at trial just how serious the threat was, but parents were angry. Print this story Add RSS Feeds Email this story Advertisement >


www.klewtv.com

John Troberg, chief deputy Stevens County prosecutor, said Young was not aware his girlfriend was pregnant when they broke up last summer."They got a wiretap order and taped a conversation between Young and a Spokane County sheriff's detective, who posed as the hit man," Troberg said."Mr. Young apologized to the girl, the girl's family and his own family for everything he put them through," Troberg said.


www.timescolonist.com

Kelly is being assisted by Clallam County deputy prosecutor John Troberg, who travelled to Canada for Ross's release and has been working with Los Angeles detectives still interested in Ross as a suspect in the killing of Bethel Woolridge.


www.peninsuladailynews.com

Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney John Troberg explains to the court the path of destruction left in Gales Addition when Swegle drove his bulldozer through the neighborhood in May 2013.
John Troberg, chief deputy Clallam County prosecuting attorney, had recommended 24 months. The sentence also did not sit well with Jeff Swegle, Barry Swegle's older brother, who was disappointed the judge did not follow Troberg's 24-month recommendation. Troberg read statements from Porter, Rand and two of Davis' children during the Wednesday hearing, for which Rand, the Davises, their son and daughter, and Porter were present. The Davises had said they would not be satisfied with a plea deal that did not include an assault charge against Swegle, Troberg said. Mary Davis was inside the Davises' home asleep the morning of May 10 as Swegle's bulldozer approached, Troberg said. Based on reviews of police reports and witness statements, Troberg said the evidence did not support assault charges. "If I could have had some level of felony assault under the available evidence - were it to be assault one, assault two or attempted murder - I certainly would have," he said during Wednesday's hearing. Troberg estimated the total damage caused at about $400,000.


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