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A man wanted on a Washington Department of Corrections warrant jumped over fences and made it through six yards before police caught up to him Tuesday. Colton P. Kilgallen, 21, told Deputy Damon Powers he was “just being stupid” and apologized for running after Powers arrested him, according to the Spokane County Sheriff's Office.
A homeowner in the 12900 block of East Olive Avenue called police about 6:30 p.m. and reported Kilgallen was in the area. Powers knew Kilgallen has a history of fleeing police, so four other deputies and two Liberty Lake officers arrived to help.
The caller allowed Powers into his backyard, and he recognized Kilgallen on the back porch before Kilgallen ran.
Deputy Dale Wells and two Liberty Lake police officers arrested Kilgallen, according to the release.
Kilgallen was arrested on the DOC warrant for fourth-degree assault and new charges of resisting arrest and eight counts of trespassing, apparently for each private property he accessed.
A police corporal located a vehicle stolen from Lincoln County early today in Spokane Valley.
Cpl. Dave Ellis arrested four people on warrants with the help of sheriff's deputies after he contacting a man and woman triyng to move an Olds Cutlass from he middle of Valleyway Road near University Road about 2:18 a.m., according to the Spokane County Sheriff's Office.
A man standing next to a truck in the driveway of a home believed to be connected to the Cutlass walked into the backyard, and deputies determined the truck was stolen. They contacted the home and found four people with warrants.
Arrested were David B. Buswell, 31, on a misdemeanor warrant for third-degree malicious mischief; Amanda M. Powers, 28; for felony escape from community custody; John P. Oak, 44, for misdemeanor failure to transfer title and Ronald E. Martell, 50, for a warrant for third-degree driving while license suspended.
Oak also was arrested in January for allegedly forging a $15 Spokane County Jail check for more than 200 times the amount.
A passenger who lied about her identity during a traffic stop Monday provided the name of another woman who had a warrant for her arrest.
Michael Lynn Polello, 37, provided her real name after a records check revealed the warrant for the other name, the Spokane County Sheriff's Office said today.
Polello didn't have any warrants, but she did have a small baggie of methamphetamine in her purse, deputies said.
Deputies encountered Polello after stopping a Toyota 4-Runner for making an improper turn near West Wellesley Avenue and North Wall Street in Spokane about 8 p.m.
The driver, 45-year-old Rodney Harold Bruhjell of Spokane, received a warning but allowed the deputies to search his SUV, which turned up a marijuana pipe and led deputies to ask Polello for her name.
Polello was booked into jail for possession of methamphetamine and making false statements. Bruhjell was cited and released for possession of marijuana. Polello was ordered released on her own recognizance after appearing in court this afternoon.
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania man who threw himself a going away party before his sentencing on drug charges was picked up on an outstanding warrant after police saw information about the party posted on flyers and his Facebook page.
Scranton Police Chief Dan Duffy says 28-year-old Keith Cardone was arrested early Wednesday during the party he threw for himself at a Scranton bar.
The Times-Tribune of Scranton reports Cardone is awaiting sentencing for his role in a drug ring that distributed $2.7 million in marijuana and cocaine in the area.
Duffy says two officers spotted ads for Cardone's “Going Away Ba$h” then picked him up on a warrant stemming from another drug charge.
Cardone is being held on $5,000 bail. It was not clear if he had an attorney.