BULLETIN: Shooting, Stabbing Reported At Courthouse In Washington State; Sheriff’s Detective And Judge Were Wounded

BULLETIN: Multiple media outlets are reporting that a judge was stabbed and a sheriff’s detective shot with her own weapon at the Grays Harbor County Courthouse in Montesano, Wash. The alleged assailant reportedly is on the loose, possibly with the detective’s handgun.

A massive manhunt reportedly is under way. Early reports suggest the victims survived. The Seattle Times is identifying the victims as Superior Court Judge Dave Edwards, 63, and sheriff’s deputy Polly Davin, 45.

See Breaking News report in The Daily World, a local newspaper.

See print and video report at KIROtv.com.

See print report at CNN.com.

Montesano is about 73 miles from Seattle, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation website. The small town is southwest of the major city.

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