Judge, deputy wounded in Wash. courthouse attack

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Aberdeen SWAT team officers carefully approach a home in Montesano where they believed a suspect in the shooting at the Grays Harbor County Courthouse may be hiding in Montesano, Wash. Friday March 9, 2012. Authorities spent two hours containing the home, which was later found to be empty (AP Photo/The Daily World, Jacob Jones).

MONTESANO, Wash. (AP) — Investigators in Washington state say a 34-year-old man suspected of stabbing a judge and shooting a sheriff's deputy with her own weapon in a courthouse struggle called his mom for ride after Friday's attack.

Grays Harbor County authorities on Saturday morning identified Steven Daniel Kravetz as a suspect. They say he ran from the courthouse to a lawyer's office in Montesano after the attack and asked to use the phone.

KIRO-TV reports (http://bit.ly/Ae6lmW ) that investigators believe he called his mom, identified as Roberta Dougherty, and that she apparently gave him a ride to the Olympia area.

Judge David Edwards and Deputy Polly Davin were treated and released from a hospital hours after the attack.