Author: Barry ReynoldsBy Lewis Kamb The Seattle Times KING COUNTY, Wash. — The King County Sheriff’s Office has stopped using a key crime-fighting database after determining that federal immigration officials can access the records within it, raising concerns that deputies’ participation in the information-sharing system would violate a “sanctuary county”

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