Store Clerk Injured In Scuffle When Teens Attempt Theft
A Spokane Valley convenience store clerk suffered minor injuries last Friday night when he tried to stop a robbery.
Five teenagers - three boys and two girls - went into the Circle 7 store at 3400 S. Dishman-Mica Road at about 10 p.m. One of the boys brought an item to the counter to pay for it, while one of the girls pocketed merchandise and left the store, Sheriff’s Department spokeman Lt. Dave Wiyrick said.
When the clerk tried to go after the girl, the boys pulled him over the counter.
While the clerk struggled with the boys, another employee emerged from the back room. The teenagers were startled and left.
The clerk at the counter suffered minor injuries to his elbow and knees.
Teen with knife arrested
A 17-year-old boy was arrested Tuesday after deputies found he was carrying a knife.
Deputies were called to break up a rowdy crowd that had gathered at 800 N. Corbin.
The crowd left, but the 17-year-old refused to leave and was charged with failure to disperse.
He was charged with possession of a dangerous weapon after deputies searched his pocket and found the knife.
A Valley man was arrested Wednesday for felony harassment after his wife said he threatened to kill her with a knife.
Scott Miller, 36, was arrested for felony harassment at the couple’s apartment in the 900 block of South Pines.
Miller’s wife was not injured.
Two charged with burglary
Two Spokane men were arrested in the Valley on charges of burglary after a deputy saw them leaving Frito Lay warehouse early Wednesday morning.
Sheriff’s Sgt. Bill Rose saw Wayne Filrelli, 18, of 1117 S. Ash, and Jeremy Tylock, 18, of 2418 N. Park, jump the fence surrounding the business at 10600 E. Montgomery. The two sped away in a car. Rose followed the car and stopped them for speeding.
The deputy had been watching the parked car for about 15 minutes when Filrelli and Tylock climbed over the fence.
Tylock is being held on a $5,000 bond.
Car radios stolen, boy arrested
A 13-year-old boy was arrested last Saturday at Quality Cars, 6600 E. Sprague, and charged with second degree theft and malicious mischief.
Several cars had been broken into and radios and speakers taken. The boy was caught with a lot of the stolen equipment.
Fight sends woman to hospital
A fight between two women last Saturday left one of them in the hospital.
Police responded to a fight at 5200 E. Fourth and found the Valley woman bleeding from the head, face and arm.
She told police that she had been punched in the head three times. She said the other woman was wearing rings which caused the cuts.
The victim went back to her Valley home and the other woman later showed up to apologize, Wiyrick said.
Instead, the fight continued. The Valley woman was struck three more times with a beer bottle, she said.
She was taken to Valley Hospital and Medical Center, where she received stitches and released.
Stolen pickup recovered
A Spokane man was arrested Monday when police found a stolen pickup at his home.
Gerald Fry was charged with possession of stolen property when police found the 1980 Toyota 4x4 pickup in pieces at Fry’s home at 1423 E. Sanson. The pickup was reported stolen on May 28 from Artistic Towing, 6504 E. Trent.
, DataTimes MEMO: This sidebar appeared with the story: SCOPE meeting The University neighborhood’s community policing group will hold its monthly meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. in the University High School library. Carolyn Morrison of the YWCA Alternatives to Domestic Violence program will be the featured speaker. For more information, call SCOPE University president Tom Knudsen at 927-9674 or the SCOPE University substation at 458-2582.
This sidebar appeared with the story: SCOPE meeting The University neighborhood’s community policing group will hold its monthly meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. in the University High School library. Carolyn Morrison of the YWCA Alternatives to Domestic Violence program will be the featured speaker. For more information, call SCOPE University president Tom Knudsen at 927-9674 or the SCOPE University substation at 458-2582.