State v. Vermillion

In State v. Vermillion, 66 Wn. App. 332, 832 P.2d 95 (1992), the court held that an exceptional sentence for first degree possession of stolen property, indecent liberties by forcible compulsion, unlawful imprisonment, and first degree burglary was justified where the defendant sought out his victims, assumed a false identity and personal history, reviewed possible locations and selected remote sites for commission of the offenses, carried no identification, concealed where he was staying, and used a car which could not be traced to him, conducted himself in an appropriate fashion until the time of commission of the offenses, and carried items to be used in tying up victims.