Arlington man booked in fatal crash

  • Wednesday, June 20, 2018 5:01pm
  • News

A 20-year-old Arlington man was arrested on suspicion of vehicular homicide and DUI after a crash near Sedro-Woolley Monday evening.

The Washington State Patrol says the man was westbound on Minkler driving at a high rate of speed when he collided with an eastbound car turning onto Peavy Road.

The second car rolled over and burst into flames, the WSP says.

Jonathan Harju, 45, of Camano Island died at the scene.

Two others in that vehicle – Robert Wilson, 73, and Caleb Winkley, 26, both of Sedro-Woolley, were injured and taken to United General Hospital.

Kevin Solorzano Hill of Arlington was booked into the Skagit County Jail.

More in News

Register today and open windows to the past at NW Genealogy Conference Aug. 14-17

ARLINGTON – In family stories passed down through generations, Phil Bartlow’s great-grandfather… Continue reading

Randalls honored for bringing community gardening to Arlington

ARLINGTON – Arlington resident Bea Randall’s love of gardening grew at home… Continue reading

5 vie for Marysville council spot

MARYSVILLE – Five candidates are facing off in the Aug. 6 primary… Continue reading

Thousands attend Arlington Street Fair, enjoy Kornstalk Music Festival

ARLINGTON – Thousands of browsers snooping for antiques, collectibles and crafts visited… Continue reading

Fire destroys Marysville home

MARYSVILLE – A fire destroyed a home in the 6300 block of… Continue reading

Survey takes pulse of well-being in Stillaguamish Valley

ARLINGTON – While most people feel a connection to the Stillaguamish Valley,… Continue reading

AHS students’ bike racks add colorful legacy for downtown

ARLINGTON – Whenever Hunter Urionaguena passes by Arlington Hardware and Lumber store… Continue reading

More citations for July 4 fireworks in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – Even though fireworks have been illegal in Marysville for a… Continue reading

Steve Powell/Staff Photo 
                                The trees came down quickly this week at Spook Woods in Marysville.
‘Spook Woods’ become ‘Majestic’ housing development

MARYSVILLE – At least it’s got a nicer name. Dozens of 75-year-old… Continue reading

Most Read