Sirens & Gavels

Murder trial delayed, again

Trial for the man accused of killing two people in north Spokane nearly two years ago has been delayed again.

Justin W. Crenshaw will go to trial in May on two counts of aggravated first-degree murder for the February 2008 deaths of Tanner E. Pehl and Sarah A. Clark.

His lawyer, Chris Bugbee, request the extension because of evaluation scheduling issues with experts.

Crenshaw refused to sign the court documents.

Read past coverage here.




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