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Shock players moving out of Big Trout Lodge

This building at the Big Trout Lodge apartments in Liberty Lake was heavily damaged by a fire allegedly set by Kevin Ellison on Thursday. (Jesse Tinsley)
This building at the Big Trout Lodge apartments in Liberty Lake was heavily damaged by a fire allegedly set by Kevin Ellison on Thursday. (Jesse Tinsley)

This Big Trout Lodge apartment was heavily damaged in a fire allegedly set by a Spokane Shock player. SR file photo.

Players of the Spokane Shock team have spent this week moving out of the team provided apartments in the Big Trout Lodge in Liberty Lake even though their lease isn't up for another month. This comes after Shock player Kevin Ellison was arrested and charged with arson for a June 14 fire that started in his bedroom. He told investigators that he set the fire because God told him to, according to federal court documents. The team and the apartment complex managers are calling the move a mutual decision. Click here for more details.




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