Rayfield Cole, 47, is facing a recommended 30-year sentence in prison after pleading guilty in Benton County Superior Court to the April stabbing of his girlfriend and his brother inside a Kennewick apartment. Cole taped knives to his hands and barricaded himself inside the apartment for more than one hour after the assaults, but eventually gave himself up to Kennewick police.
Rayfield Cole, 47, is facing a recommended 30-year sentence in prison after pleading guilty in Benton County Superior Court to the April stabbing of his girlfriend and his brother inside a Kennewick apartment. Cole taped knives to his hands and barricaded himself inside the apartment for more than one hour after the assaults, but eventually gave himself up to Kennewick police. File Tri-City Herald
Rayfield Cole, 47, is facing a recommended 30-year sentence in prison after pleading guilty in Benton County Superior Court to the April stabbing of his girlfriend and his brother inside a Kennewick apartment. Cole taped knives to his hands and barricaded himself inside the apartment for more than one hour after the assaults, but eventually gave himself up to Kennewick police. File Tri-City Herald

Kennewick man facing 30 years for stabbing girlfriend, brother

October 13, 2016 8:18 PM

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