Sirens & Gavels

Robbery, threats, thefts tied to 4 juveniles

Four juveniles have been accused of a crime spree that includes allegations of burglary and death threats.

The spree began Sunday night with an armed robbery in the 2100 block of East 6th Avenue, followed by a burglary by the pool area in Liberty Park a few blocks away.

Two boys arrested at Liberty Park were identified as suspects in the robbery, and they led Spokane police to a third suspect.

A fourth juvenile was arrested for another commercial burglary. Interviews with the suspects revealed one was connected to two burglaries, the armed robbery and a malicious mischief case.

The boy also is accused of beating another boy and threatening him with a knife.

He's also accused of going to the robbery victim's house and threatening his family and sister "by stating he would stab them to death," according to a news release.

olice recovered items stolen from two burglaries.




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