Former Pasco police officer Richard J. Aguirre, left, stands with his then-attorney Scott Johnson during a 2015 hearing in Franklin County Superior Court. In addition to the Spokane County case for first-degree murder, Aguirre has an unrelated Pasco case for third-degree rape and fourth-degree assault.
Former Pasco police officer Richard J. Aguirre, left, stands with his then-attorney Scott Johnson during a 2015 hearing in Franklin County Superior Court. In addition to the Spokane County case for first-degree murder, Aguirre has an unrelated Pasco case for third-degree rape and fourth-degree assault. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald file
Former Pasco police officer Richard J. Aguirre, left, stands with his then-attorney Scott Johnson during a 2015 hearing in Franklin County Superior Court. In addition to the Spokane County case for first-degree murder, Aguirre has an unrelated Pasco case for third-degree rape and fourth-degree assault. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald file

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