Notorious Seattle Videographer Arrested for KCPQ Theft

By Andrew Gauthier 

Seattle Times

The freelance videographer who videotaped two Seattle police officers kicking and stomping a prone Hispanic man, sparking an internal police investigation, is suspected of stealing two $30,000 video cameras from a local TV station.

On Thursday, Pierce County sheriff’s deputies served a search warrant at the Tacoma residence of Jud Morris, where they recovered two cameras and arrested him for investigation of first-degree possession of stolen property and investigation of possession of marijuana, said sheriff’s Detective Ed Troyer.


Investigators also found digital chips alleged to have been stolen and are reviewing the footage on them, Troyer said. More…