He grabbed her throat and squeezed until she stopped kicking and gasping for air, he said, “so she couldn’t tell anyone.”
Now a 14-year-old Puyallup boy suspected of dragging a 7-year-old girl into the woods, trying to rape her then choking her unconscious is in Pierce County’s Remann Hall juvenile detention center, facing a possible attempted murder charge, among others.
Court Commissioner Craig Adams on Friday ordered the boy detained until Tuesday when prosecutors intend to formally charge him. Charges under consideration include attempted second-degree murder, first-degree child rape and first-degree kidnapping with sexual motivation, court records show.
The boy …