Corrections Expert On Clemmons Case

The widows of two of four slain Lakewood, WA, police officers have filed a damages claim that accuses the Washington Department of Corrections of bungling its supervision of Maurice Clemmons.  “This was an offender from Arkansas who wanted to come to Washington. Washington agreed to take him, but as part of that agreement, Washington was supposed to supervise him and they didn’t do that,” says attorney Jack Connelly.

Department of Corrections expert witness William Stough reviewed how Clemmons was supervised when he first moved to Washington from Arkansas and found numerous times Clemmons failed to report to his community supervision officer.

Read more: mynorthwest.com.

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