On Dec. 4, 1975, Mike Case, 25, and Carol Catalano, 31, stood before a judge in the Richland police station — but not for a crime. They were married. Case, a Richland police officer, and his bride, a dispatcher at the station, said they decided to get married there because that’s where they met.
On Dec. 4, 1975, Mike Case, 25, and Carol Catalano, 31, stood before a judge in the Richland police station — but not for a crime. They were married. Case, a Richland police officer, and his bride, a dispatcher at the station, said they decided to get married there because that’s where they met. Tri-City Herald Herald archives
On Dec. 4, 1975, Mike Case, 25, and Carol Catalano, 31, stood before a judge in the Richland police station — but not for a crime. They were married. Case, a Richland police officer, and his bride, a dispatcher at the station, said they decided to get married there because that’s where they met. Tri-City Herald Herald archives

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