Brandon Martin of Richland drowned Aug. 6 after falling into the Columbia River from a boat that swerved to miss another boat. While one fellow boater has been charged with ignoring interview requests and telling his wife not to talk, Franklin County prosecutors are waiting for lab tests to determine if someone should be held responsible for his death.
Brandon Martin of Richland drowned Aug. 6 after falling into the Columbia River from a boat that swerved to miss another boat. While one fellow boater has been charged with ignoring interview requests and telling his wife not to talk, Franklin County prosecutors are waiting for lab tests to determine if someone should be held responsible for his death. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Brandon Martin of Richland drowned Aug. 6 after falling into the Columbia River from a boat that swerved to miss another boat. While one fellow boater has been charged with ignoring interview requests and telling his wife not to talk, Franklin County prosecutors are waiting for lab tests to determine if someone should be held responsible for his death. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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