Accused murderer of 96-year old Normandy Park man pleads ‘Not Guilty’


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Shane Ryan Chamberlain, 22, was arraigned Monday morning (Feb. 10), and entered a ‘Not Guilty’ plea to murder and assault charges for the alleged fatal shooting of Philip Hamlin, a 96-year-old man on Jan. 25 in Normandy Park.

Chamberlain is also accused of a crowbar attack on the man’s granddaughter.

The defendant is charged with Murder in the First Degree with a firearm enhancement and Assault in the First Degree with a deadly weapon.

The defendant remains in jail with bail set at $2 million.

A case setting hearing is scheduled for Feb. 24 at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center.

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One Response to “Accused murderer of 96-year old Normandy Park man pleads ‘Not Guilty’”
  1. Jack Hughes says:

    Nearly impossible to read (dark grey on black background). Please change future publications to any standard color combination.

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