Timothy Jay Newman, 45, right, appears in Whatcom County Superior Court alongside private defense attorney Adrian Madrone on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. A housemate reported Newman threatened her with a .22-caliber rifle and burned her clothes. Sheriff’s deputies suspect he was having a mental episode.
Timothy Jay Newman, 45, right, appears in Whatcom County Superior Court alongside private defense attorney Adrian Madrone on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. A housemate reported Newman threatened her with a .22-caliber rifle and burned her clothes. Sheriff’s deputies suspect he was having a mental episode. Caleb Hutton chutton@bhamherald.com
Timothy Jay Newman, 45, right, appears in Whatcom County Superior Court alongside private defense attorney Adrian Madrone on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. A housemate reported Newman threatened her with a .22-caliber rifle and burned her clothes. Sheriff’s deputies suspect he was having a mental episode. Caleb Hutton chutton@bhamherald.com

Bellingham man holds housemate at gunpoint, burns her clothes, charges say

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