SEATTLE – Naming the homeless man killed on Monday, after a suspected drunk driver crashed into a roadside homeless encampment, State Sen. Mark Miloscia, R-Federal Way, took aim at Seattle’s handling of homelessness.
“Walter L. Burton is dead because of our inaction,” Sen. Miloscia said during a Tuesday news conference.
“I question the management and competence of leadership of everyone involved. We need a real plan with real accountability. Seattle, quite frankly needs adult supervision,” he continued.