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Lt Chastain with the Aberdeen Police Department has filled us in on some more of the details on yesterdays stabbing that resulted in the death of a 53-year-old Asian female an owner/operator of the Guest House Inn in Aberdeen.

We have an update this morning on the incident that occurred on North Washington Street early Christmas morning where one man was shot.  

Lt. Dale Green with the Aberdeen Police Department has more below.

Aberdeen Police Chief Shumate says in a news brief to media Wednesday evening that the stabbing victim at the Guest House Inn on W. Heron St was found in the lobby of the hotel after a call for an unknown medical problem and was discovered by members of the Aberdeen Fire Department who responded.

An update from the Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Department this evening says that Amy Johnson, the escapee from a work crew in Elma was not apprehended.  She is not considered dangerous as she does not have a violent history but the public is asked to call 911 if seen.

A traffic collision first posted on Grays Harbor Scanners Facebook page and sent out as an alert on their GHScanner App had reported 2 vehicles involved and possibly head-on. The road was closed for several hours while traffic investigators investigated the scene to try and determine the cause. More from Chief Criminal Deputy Brad Johansson;

An accident that had a street closed Wednesday late afternoon into the evening in Aberdeen had seen 54 people transported to Community Hospital and a 13-year-old girl being transferred to Harborview in Seattle due to serious injuries.

An accident on Tuesday morning during one of this falls wetter storms saw 2 transported to Community Hospital for injuries after the vehicle attempted to pass another and lost control according to the Washington State Patrol. 

We have an update this afternoon to an incident GHS first posted on its Facebook Page and GHScanner alert app for subscribers where on Saturday 12th January a person was rushed to the hospital after being stabbed.

On December 25, 2018, at 0908 hours, a citizen reported a sheen of fuel on the Hoquiam River originating from the area of a privately-owned boatyard in the 200 block of Monroe Street. 

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