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October 24th

Two arrested after U.S. 395 car chase

October 24, 2013

Updated story
A police chase that started in Spokane Valley, traveled along U.S. Highway 395 near Deer Park and ended near the Wandermere Bridge with the arrest of two men.
Spokane Valley Sheriff's Deputies David Lawhorn and Lamont Petersen responded to a suspicious vehicle call at E6623 Trent Ave. Both deputies approached the suspicious vehicle on a dead-end road. When the driver of the vehicle saw the deputies, he accelerated towards Petersen's marked patrol vehicle at a high rate of speed with no lights on.

October 18th

AHCF inmate killed in Stevens County logging accident

October 18, 2013

For the second time in a year, an inmate from the Airway Height Correctional Facility was killed while working with a Department of Natural Resources clean-up crew in Stevens County.
Daniel J. Hall, 47, was killed Thursday afternoon while helping clean up recently logged property, although details regarding the accident have not been released.
Last October, another inmate was killed in Stevens County when he was electrocuted while cutting down a tree near power lines.

October 16th

Liquor Control Board marches toward I-502 implementation

October 16, 2013

The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) will file the necessary CR103 for Initiative 502 later this week. Filing the CR103 is the formal procedure for adoption of the proposed rules for the implementation of I-502 and the final step in the rulemaking process.
These rules will serve as the basis for Washington’s newly created recreational marijuana market and are the result of 10 months of research and public input. Thirty days after adoption the rules will become effective, November 16.

October 2nd

Burglars steal $11,000 worth of property from Elk home

October 2, 2013

Spokane County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a burglary in the Elk area on Oct. 1 where more than $11,000 worth of property was stolen.
Deputy Michael Beckman responded to a residential burglary call near the 35000 block of Newport Hwy. The deputy spoke with the homeowner who told him he had recently inherited the house.
The homeowner said he had not been there in a couple weeks and when he came by on Tuesday he discovered that someone had broken into the detached garage and residence.

October 1st

Deputies seek burglary suspect

October 1, 2013

The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary in north Spokane County. The person pictured is believed to have cashed a check and used identification stolen during the robbery. Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to contact Deputy Liljenberg at 477-2569 or e-mail spokanesherifftips@spokanesheriff.org (Ref: 13-319727).

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