Steven Powell is the father of Josh Powell, who killed his two sons and himself in February 2012 while under investigation for the disappearance of his wife Susan Powell in Utah
Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist has reinstated a child pornography charge against Steven Powell that was dismissed during a 2012 trial that ultimately resulted in him serving time for voyeurism.
A judge on Friday refused to dismiss a wrongful-death lawsuit brought against Washington state by the maternal grandparents of Josh Powell’s children.
Private investigators with cadaver dogs will search a former home of Susan Powell’s father-in-law, an attorney for the long-missing woman’s family said Tuesday
Steven Powell has been released from the Washington state prison where he served 30 months for voyeurism.
Steven Powell is due to be released Sunday from the Washington state prison where he’s been serving 30 months for voyeurism.
Steven Powell is due to be released next month from the Washington prison where he’s been serving 30 months for voyeurism.
The Department of Corrections said Thursday that Steve Powell will likely be released in the first few days of November. The 63-year-old will be supervised by a community corrections officer, is required to undergo sex offender treatment and will wear a GPS locator.
Police say they’ve taken their best shot at finding missing Utah mother Susan Powell. Now, her dad is hoping a review of the newly released case file — containing tens of thousands of pages of detective reports, maps, interview transcripts and more — might turn up something the investigators missed.
Newly released police records show that Utah officials believe Josh Powell likely killed his wife and that his brother, Michael Powell, helped dispose of the body, but authorities felt they didn’t have enough evidence to prove that theory in court.