A woman accused of running down a pedestrian in the Seattle suburb of Kenmore, then telling police she found the body while walking her dog, has been charged with felony hit and run.
Recently released documents show the evidence against Josh Powell was mounting. The blood in the house. The midnight winter camping trip. A generator, gas can, tarps and shovel in his van. Legal experts say it was enough to convict Powell of his wife’s murder — even if prosecutors didn’t have her body as evidence. After all, it’s happened hundreds of times before.