Posts tagged: stabbing
A Spokane Valley woman was arrested for first degree assault Monday night after allegedly stabbing another woman several time in the back of the head, according to Spokane Valley Police. The altercation took place in the Summit School parking lot at Sixth and McDonald around 10 p.m.. Police used a K9 to track Cody Gray, 19, to her nearby home. Witnesses told police they also heard gunshots; shell casings were found in the parking lot but no gun was found, police said. Click here for more details.
It's been busy in Spokane Valley. Last night a Spokane Valley man allegedly stabbed his brother after the two fought. Now one brother is in jail on an attempted murder charge and the other is in serious condition in the hospital. And this morning the Spokane Valley Fire Department was called out to what is being called a suspicious fire in a vacant building at 13412 E. Nora.
Since it is Wednesday, we also have to take a look at what is coming in the Valley Voice tomorrow. Freeman School District Superintendent Sergio Hernandez recently announced that he will retire in June and reporter Lisa Leinberger talked to him about what he is planning next after his 41 year career in education. I'll have a report on Tuesday's Spokane Valley City Council meeting, where a reduced field of five council members efficiently dealt with the business before them.
One item of note to come out of the council meeting is a change in the schedule to appoint a replacement for Rose Dempsey. Things have been bumped back a bit. The council will narrow the field to several finalists on March 22, conduct interviews on March 29 and vote on who to appoint to the vacant seat on April 5. Applications still must be turned in to the city by 4 p.m. on March 4.