Seattle Police Answered 23 Calls Before Killing Woman

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In 18 months before Charleena Lyles was fatally shot by two Seattle police officers, police responded to her apartment 23 times, a number that represents almost 30 percent of all calls for service to the building that houses formerly homeless families, the Seattle Times reports. The disclosure came in a memo from police department lawyer Brian Maxey in response to . . .

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