Family wants charges filed after Everett man's death

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by KING 5 News

NWCN.com

Posted on January 11, 2013 at 12:28 AM

ENUMCLAW, Wash. - Joshua Anderson would have turned 21 on January 3rd, but a collision in Enumclaw claimed his life. 

On September 15th, Anderson was riding his motorcycle in the 23400 block of SE 400th Street when a dump truck pulled out in front of him, according to witness reports. He died at the scene. Bill Anderson, Josh's father, said he wants charges filed against the driver of the truck.
 
"To our knowledge he hasn’t been charged with even so much as a ticket, and that is hard on the family," said Bill.  "My son will never come home, but we want answers. We want to know, is the driver going to be charged with any kind of a crime?"
 
Thursday night Bill Anderson received a message from a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney asking him to call the office in the morning.  
 
"That could be good news for me or devastating news," said Bill.
 
After they talk with the family, the Prosecutor's office will announce how they will move forward with this case, according to spokesperson Dan Donohoe.

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