Attending the breakfast were, from left, Auburn Chief of Police Bob Lee; Federal Way Police Chief Andy Hwang; King County Council member Pete von Reichbauer; Federal Way Public Schools Superintendent Tammy Campbell; Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas; and Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell. COURTESY PHOTO

Attending the breakfast were, from left, Auburn Chief of Police Bob Lee; Federal Way Police Chief Andy Hwang; King County Council member Pete von Reichbauer; Federal Way Public Schools Superintendent Tammy Campbell; Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas; and Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell. COURTESY PHOTO

Increase of juvenile violence brings police chiefs to Good Eggs breakfast meeting

  • Friday, November 10, 2017 10:45am
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Police chiefs from Auburn, Kent and Federal Way discussed methods to address growing juvenile gang and gun violence in their communities at the recent Good Eggs breakfast meeting hosted by King County Councilmember Pete von Reichbauer.

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