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Bond set at $1 million for murder suspect

Tillery
Tillery

Joshua Tillery pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder charges in court today.

Bond was set at $1 million for Tillery, 33, who is charged with killing 33-year-old Devon Mack in North Spokane on May 3.

The court appearance, combined with his arraignment, was Tillery’s first time in front of a judge for this case as he called in sick to previous appearances.

Police found Tillery, known as “Danger,” hiding at a home at 2012 N. Ruby St. five days after the shooting. He was arrested without incident.

Mack died of a gunshot wound after a reported argument at a home at 4508 N. Lincoln St. According to court documents, witnesses stated Tillery may have been trying to pistol-whip Mack when the gun went off.



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