FILE PHOTO: Tom Gibb (left) and his son-in-law, Josh Spahr, load sandbags into a truck as they prepare to set up a barricade around Gibb's home on Walter Court in Tumwater in 2006.
FILE PHOTO: Tom Gibb (left) and his son-in-law, Josh Spahr, load sandbags into a truck as they prepare to set up a barricade around Gibb's home on Walter Court in Tumwater in 2006. Toni L. Bailey
FILE PHOTO: Tom Gibb (left) and his son-in-law, Josh Spahr, load sandbags into a truck as they prepare to set up a barricade around Gibb's home on Walter Court in Tumwater in 2006. Toni L. Bailey

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