Crime stories, traffic stories and the always popular restaurant inspections were well read last week.
1. Olympia woman dies in I-5 crash Tuesday: Hannah Veres was a passenger in a 2013 Chevrolet Volt, driven by a 23-year-old Lacey man, according to Washington State Police. The Lacey man was not injured. Veres was transported to Tacoma General Hospital, where she was pronounced dead. A 1-year-old child who also was a passenger in the Volt was injured and transported to Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital in Tacoma.
2. Great Wolf Lodge guest arrested, accused of molesting girl, 11: A judge set bail at $50,000 for Ryen L. Joslin, a Snohomish County man suspected of molesting an 11-year-old girl at Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound.
3. Man falls from freeway overpass near Tumwater: A man who fell about 25 feet from a freeway overpass in Tumwater on Saturday was conscious when found, according to a lieutenant with the West Thurston Regional Fire Authority.
4. Charges dropped for Shelton teens accused of bringing loaded gun to school: A pair of Shelton High School students have been cleared of criminal charges after they were accused of bringing a loaded handgun to school in December. In a twist of events, another student who was hailed as a hero for notifying school officials about the gun has since been arrested on burglary charges — and his possible link to the gun is under investigation.
5. Restaurant inspections for March 30: “Raw, bloody beef stored directly above ready-to-eat foods.”