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Tue., May 18, 2010, 7 a.m.

Man who hit 100 on I-90 is burglary suspect

A 23-year-old Spokane man arrested after he reached 100 mph during a police chase on Interstate 90 is a suspect in two burglaries that occurred about a week before the chase.

Allen S. Easley appeared in court on May 3 on charges of forgery and two counts of second-degree burglary after a suspected check forger told Spokane police that Easley stole the check from Alfonso Motors, 3206 N. Division, according to court documents.

A suspected accomplice, 36-year-old Kimberly L. Fawver, appeared in court today on possession of a stolen motor vehicle, forgery and identify theft charges.

Easley reportedly told police that he used Fawver's car during a second burglary in the 600 block of W. Kiernan. Easley also told police that Kristina Fricke has equipment to make checks using account numbers stolen from mail boxes, according to court documents.

Detectives arrested Fricke and Easley's girlfriend, Randi Shepherd, April 30.

All three left jail but Easley quickly returned after allegedly fleeing a police officer who tried pulling him over for driving reckless in a stolen vehicle May 9. Easley was arrested after spike strip flattened a tire.

He's already out of jail. It was his third stint in a month - he was arrested around April 12 on charges of possession of a stolen motor vehicle and possession of a  controlled substance.




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