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  • Four found guilty in federal painkiller case

    Four defendants in a scheme that brought thousands of illicit painkillers weekly to Spokane from California were found guilty Friday by a federal jury. Arvin Carmen, Donta Blackmon, Brandon Chavez …


  • Two more drug ring suspects arrested

    The FBI made two more arrests late Thursday in a suspected drug ring that reportedly stretches from Spokane to Idaho, California and Nevada.


  • Dozens arrested in raids throughout Spokane, Rathdrum

    Dozens were arrested in Spokane-area raids Thursday on federal charges involving the manufacture and sale of opiate drugs in a network spanning four states. Law enforcement agents from multiple jurisdictions …


  • Spokane Valley man sentenced to 25 years in methamphetamines ring bust

    A Spokane Valley man was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison Wednesday after he was convicted of running a methamphetamine ring in Eastern Washington and North Idaho.


  • OxyContin case overwhelms court

    A courtroom packed with attorneys and 21 of the 62 defendants tied to a massive Spokane-Los Angeles OxyContin distribution ring appeared in court Thursday as a federal judge tried to …


  • 40 indicted in drug ring run from Indiana prisons

    INDIANAPOLIS — Two inmates housed at different Indiana prisons used cellphones smuggled in by guards to run a drug ring that distributed methamphetamine and heroin, according to a federal indictment …


  • Details emerge on international drug ring with Spokane ties

    An international drug ring that led to a young man’s suicide in the Spokane County Jail was headed by four Canadian men, authorities allege, one of whom offered to cooperate …


  • Canadian drug ring details emerge

    An international drug ring that led to a young man’s suicide in the Spokane County Jail was headed by four Canadian men, authorities allege, one of whom offered to cooperate …


  • Drug web snagged many

    Snow covered the ground and the wind howled furiously as a young Canadian man approached the Colville National Forest, piloting a helicopter packed with marijuana. Federal agents say Samuel Jackson …


  • Pilot’s story sought for big, small screens

    Samuel Lindsay-Brown’s popularity in the sport of extreme mountain-biking led to wide attention when he committed suicide in Spokane County Jail in February. Since then, Lindsay-Brown’s story has been told …

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