Rory Alan Star, 55, appealed his two second-degree assault convictions for threatening customers in a Richland Starbucks in 2016. He argued that he only wanted to get attention, and didn’t intend to harm the customers with his combat knife.
Rory Alan Star, 55, appealed his two second-degree assault convictions for threatening customers in a Richland Starbucks in 2016. He argued that he only wanted to get attention, and didn’t intend to harm the customers with his combat knife. File Tri-City Herald
Rory Alan Star, 55, appealed his two second-degree assault convictions for threatening customers in a Richland Starbucks in 2016. He argued that he only wanted to get attention, and didn’t intend to harm the customers with his combat knife. File Tri-City Herald

Homeless man with knife said he meant no harm. But Richland Starbucks customers feared him

October 22, 2018 06:42 PM