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Federal Case Over Laser Pointed at Coast Guard Helicopter Delayed Again

A 2016 federal case against a man whose girlfriend allegedly saw him pointing a laser beam outside his home when a green lightstream hit a Coast Guard helicopter is so complex it must be delayed — again — from this fall to April 6, a federal judge has ruled.

U.S. District Judge Ronald B. Leighton on Friday granted the delay requested by Port Angeles resident Randall Muck.

A grand jury indicted Muck on May 16 for allegedly aiming a laser pointer at the helicopter Sept. 26, 2016, and with making false statements to government agents about the incident.

Read more at the Peninsula Daily News

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