Dennis Delatte, installation manager at Audio Installations in Spokane Valley, prepares a Volkswagen Jetta for an ignition interlock device, designed to thwart drunken driving. Installations have risen since a new law took effect.
Feb. 3, 2010 in City on Page A1
Changes to a state law put a fired Spokane police sergeant in a new class of drunken drivers: first-time offenders required to drive with an ignition interlock device. That new …