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TUESDAY, AUG. 2, 2016

THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2012

Murder investigation 'ongoing, dynamic' 

Spokane police Officer Jennifer DeRuwe briefed reporters today on the search for Sharlotte McGill's killer. "It's really very, very fluid and so there's not an hour-by-hour update that I can provide," said DeRuwe, police spokeswoman. "I just have to trust that the community will trust...

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Police continue homicide investigation

Police believe a tip from a community member will help them find the man who killed a woman along the Spokane River last week, but they’re urging people to use common sense and avoid racial profiling. “Based on the description we do have from the...

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TUESDAY, JAN. 25, 2011

Police use-of-force case leaves questions 

A Spokane man's arrest last July on suspicion of reckless driving, resisting arrest and driving with a suspended license has led to a disagreement between the Spokane Police Department and police Ombudsman Tim Burns, who has refused to certify the department’s internal investigation into a...

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