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Suspect wanted in repo officer assault

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for tips that lead to the arrest of a Spokane man accused of ramming a repossession officer's car in Spokane Valley last month.

 Cullen Joe Gibson-Snodgrass, 31, didn't show up for hearings in Spokane County Superiro Court for the assault case and for an early case involving a first-degree theft charge.

He was arrested in November after two repossession men with Phoenix Financial told police he rammed one of their cars with his Jeep while they were trying to contact him to repossess the vehicle.

Gibson-Snodgrass posted $17,500 bond on Nov. 23. A no-bail warrant was issued Dec. 6.

Gibson-Snodgrass, 6-foot-1 and 250 pounds, last gave a home address in the 9000 block of East Sprague Avenue.

Anyone with information on his current location is asked to call 1-800-222-TIPS or submit tips online. Tipsters do not have to give their name to collect a reward but should leave a code name or number.

Cops: Man rams repo men w/ Jeep

A Jeep repossession led to a man's arrest on felony assault charges after he rammed a repossession officer's car Thursday in Spokane Valley, according to police.

Cullen Joe Gibson-Snodgrass, 30, was driving a 1999 Jeep Wrangler when two repossession officers with Phoenix Financial, Kelly J. Brown and Jason E. Lyons, spotted him near East Sprague Avenue and North Bowdish Road, according to court documents prepared by police

Brown and Lyons were looking to repossess the Jeep and followed Gibson-Snodgrass for several blocks until he stopped the Jeep in the road, put it in reverse and rammed into Brown's car, documents say. Brown cut his index finger in the crash.

Gibson-Snodgrass appeared in Spokane County Superior Court Friday on two counts of first-degree assault. He's already awaiting trial on unrelated charges of first-degree theft, first-degree trafficking in stolen property and residential burglary. Prosecutors appear to have reconsidered the charges - he's due back in court this afternoon on two counts of second-degree assault/
  

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