More homeless people died in King County in 2022 than ever recorded before

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The 911 caller thought Trenton Harris had overdosed. Slumped over a wooden Seattle park bench, his head down and arms limp — the call came in during the afternoon, 2:45 p.m., Seattle police reported, but his body had been there all day. His mom, Jennifer Dobbins, said that she would have been prepared for a call like that. He had struggled with substance use disorder for years and was living outside at the time. But that wasn’t the call she received. Harris, 30, was fatally shot four times in July 2022. His death was ruled a homicide by the King County Medical Examiner’s Office. He was one of …

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