No charges for teen boy who fatally stabbed another at mall

UNION GAP, Wash. (AP) — Prosecutors say they won’t press charges against a teenage boy who fatally stabbed another teenager at an eastern Washington mall last summer. The Yakima Herald-Republic reports Yakima County Prosecuting Attorney Joe Brusic said Friday that the death of Davis Reyes Jr. was a “clear-cut case of self-defense.” The decision is based on evidence found in a months-long investigation by the Union Gap police department, which included surveillance video from the Valley Mall and cellphone video of the fight in a restroom between the two boys on July 6. Police said Reyes initiated the attack over gang colors.