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October 4th, 2012

Teen arrested following crime spree

October 4, 2012

An 18-year-old Spokane man, who was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly breaking into Fat Daddy’s in the Wandermere Mall, appeared to have gone in a crime spree. One of his victims was a Riverside High School student.
Mitchell Sander, who was originally charged with second-degree burglary, face another second-degree burglary charge along with two counts of attempted burglary and a single count of vehicle prowling.

Deer Park out distances Clarkston in GNL match-ups

October 4, 2012

The Deer Park boys cross country team lived up to its No. 3 ranking in the state’s Class 2A ranks with a overwhelming 15-50 win over Clarkston on Wednesday in the Stags’ lone home meet this season.
Nolan Woodward led the charge over the 3-mile course with a 17-minute, 7-second performance, good enough to lead the field. Teammate Kody Turner finished second (17:16), followed over the finish line by fellow Stags Sam Davis (17:38), Brady Bollum (17:42) and Coltan Boswell 17:45).

October 3rd

Chattaroy car chase leads to felony arrest

October 3, 2012

A 26-year-old Spokane man, Jesse Johnson, who took Spokane County Sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase through Chattaroy on Oct. 1, faces numerous felony charges.
The chase started after Crime Check had received reports of a stolen vehicle in Spokane at around 1:15 p.m. on Oct. 1. A short time later, another Crime Check report detailed a shoplifting incident involving the same vehicle at the Safeway store at N10100 Newport Highway.

September 26th

Area copper thieves have been busy

September 26, 2012

Since early July, the Spokane County Sheriff's Office has taken 44 copper wire theft reports in unincorporated Spokane County as well as Spokane Valley. The thefts have affected a wide variety of contractors, utility companies and cell phone companies.
The monetary loss from these thefts has not only cost these companies thousands of dollars, but has also affected customers from loss of services.

September 19th

Search on for Wallgreens robbery suspect

September 19, 2012

The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information concerning a robbery at Wallgreens at N12315 Division on Sept. 9.
Deputy T. Liljenberg responded to the store, where he spoke with store employees who told him that at about 10 a.m., a white male entered the store and asked if he could borrow a cigarette from any of the employees. Employees told the individual they did not smoke.

September 18th

Rams surge past Bulldogs in NE-A opener

September 18, 2012

The Riverside Rams kept things in balance, especially in the first half, in their home opener on Friday.
The Rams ran the ball 14 times in the first quarter and the same number in the second quarter as they built a 22-6 halftime lead over the Kettle Falls Bulldogs. Riverside stayed with the ground-oriented attack in the second half to cement a 29-6 win in the Northeast A League opener for both schools.
“It’s nice to get a league win under your belt, that’s for sure,” Griggs said.

Wesley L. Strong, 72

September 18, 2012

Wesley Lyle Strong went home to be with the Lord on Monday Sept. 3 2012, in Fairbanks Alaska. He was 72 years old.
He was born to Lyle and Ethylene Strong on Oct. 26 1939, in Deer Park.
Wesley decided to follow his heart to Alaska and has called Fairbanks his home for more than 25 years.
He passed away with his family by his side. His ashes were spread along the banks of the Tanana River where he spent much of his time shooting his guns and watching the aurora borealis. He will be greatly missed by his friends and family.

September 7th

Emergency crews have a busy Friday afternoon

September 7, 2012

Area emergency crews had a busy Friday afternoon.
At around 3 p.m., firefighters from Spokane County Fire District No. 4 (Stations 41, 42, 45 and 49) and the Department of Natural Resources were called out to an acre-size brush and timber fire on Dalton Road near Owens Road.
The fire closed a portion of Dalton Road, which forced traffic, including school buses, to find alternative routes through the area.
While fire crews were getting the Dalton Road fire under control, DNR was called to another brush fire in a remote area near Horseshoe Lake.

September 5th

First Cedar Road construction bill comes due

September 5, 2012

The first bill for the new Cedar Road construction project may come due before the city receives any grant funding.
In a memo to the Deer Park City Council, the city’s Director of Community Services, Roger Krieger, noted a $24,895.35 task order for survey work and engineering to determine what rights-of-way necessary for completion of the project and working with affected property owners on the donation of properties consistent with previous written commitments to participate in the project.

August 31st

Clay Starbuck trial to start in October

August 31, 2012

The aggravated murder trial of Clay Starbuck is expected to begin on Oct. 22
The 47-year-old Deer Park man was arrested on Feb. 8 and charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of his ex-wife, Chanin, whose body was found in her home last December. An autopsy showed Chanin Starbuck had been beaten and strangled.
Starbuck, who made a brief Superior Court appearance on Aug. 28, is also charged with sexually violating human remains.
Prosecutors claim Starbuck killed his ex-wife as to not have to pay child support for the couple’s five children.

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