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  • Tyson Romaneschi found guilty of assaulting infant

    Presented with two possible explanations for how a Spokane infant suffered up to 20 fractures, a jury decided Friday that the father’s abuse was to blame. After deliberating for parts …

  • Jury: Father broke baby daughter’s bones

    Presented with two possible explanations for how a Spokane infant suffered up to 20 fractures, a jury decided Friday that the father’s abuse was to blame.

  • Trial of father accused of abusing infant begins

    A jury began hearing evidence Tuesday in the case of a Spokane man charged with assaulting his infant daughter, who was found in early 2012 to have multiple broken bones …

  • Maintenance worker facing child-rape charges sought after missing court date

    A maintenance worker facing charges of rape and child molestation has a felony arrest warrant after he failed to show this morning for his arraignment on the alleged sex crimes.

  • GU worker faces child rape charges

    A Spokane man has been charged with child rape and molestation in a case that has prompted Gonzaga University officials to review on-campus security measures. Timothy D. Woodard, 48, a …

  • Judge vacates convictions in disputed robbery

    Family members gasped with joy and wept Friday as a judge threw out the disputed robbery convictions of three Spokane men who have argued for years that they were framed …

  • Jury acquits Airway Heights man of employee rape

    An Airway Heights man was cleared of rape and kidnapping charges by a unanimous jury Tuesday after a young female employee made allegations of such an attack last summer. Thomas …

  • Court upends fines put on prosecutors

    The Washington Supreme Court has erased penalties levied against prosecutors who changed the date of a suspected robbery on the day the case was set for trial. The unanimous court …

  • Pair guilty of murder in stabbing

    Three families sobbed Friday as a Spokane jury returned guilty verdicts against a man and a woman who fought and killed another man in 2009. The jury found Matthew M. …

  • Court upholds prosecutorial sanction

    Appellate judges on Thursday upheld a $2,000 sanction levied against the Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office for how it handled the trial of three men convicted of robbery and drive-by shooting …

  • Police divvy drugs to catch dealers

    Two men looking for drugs found help quickly on East Sprague Avenue in Spokane last April. A drug user eager for his next high took them to a west Spokane …

  • Attorney, client shed tears over sentence for armed robbery

    Tears streamed down the face of defense attorney David Partovi as his client, 22-year-old Tyler W. Gassman, cried Tuesday and listened to his sister plead for justice. “I don’t know …

  • Our View: Errors like one made by prosecutor imperil rights

    The judge arrived Monday morning expecting to preside over a home-invasion trial involving four suspects. Defense attorneys were set. The suspects, after spending months in jail, would get their day …

  • ‘Careless handling’ draws ire of judge

    The Spokane County prosecutor’s office was sanctioned Monday and fined $8,000 by a judge angry over mishandling of a critical detail surrounding a home-invasion case that could send several men …



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