Stories tagged: Jack Lamere
Wed., Nov. 17, 2010
Man gets 62 years for two murders
A Spokane man has been sentenced to serve more than 62 years in prison after he was convicted earlier this fall of killing two people in 2009.
Thu., Sept. 30, 2010
Two convictions in 2009 double murder
A Spokane man faces a minimum of 45 years in prison after a jury convicted him Wednesday of two counts of murder that followed a dispute over a car swap. …
Wed., Sept. 29, 2010
Double murder case goes to jury
A six-man, six-woman jury will begin deliberating this morning whether a Spokane man murdered two men last September or was defending himself when he gunned them down. Merle W. Harvey, …
Fri., Oct. 9, 2009
Slaying victim was informant
Twelve years before he was gunned down while working on a car outside a Spokane home, Jack Thomas Lamere explained to a federal judge how he might meet his demise. …
Wed., Oct. 7, 2009, 11:44 a.m.
Two donate to reward for murder suspect’s arrest
The reward for information leading to the capture of a Spokane man accused of gunning down two men in a dispute over a car trade is up to $1,750.
Tue., Sept. 29, 2009
Victim had sought new life
Six weeks before he was gunned down with a friend while working on a car, Jacob J. Potter said he wanted to turn his life around. The 45-year-old convict contacted …
Mon., Sept. 28, 2009, 3:11 p.m.
Second victim ID’d in double homicide
The second victim in Saturday’s double homicide has been identified as Jacob J. Potter, 45.
Mon., Sept. 28, 2009
Suspect at large after shooting
The shooting deaths of two men in Spokane on Saturday may have been sparked by little more than a dispute over two run-down cars, witnesses say. Jack Lamere and a …
Sat., Oct. 18, 1997, 9:42 a.m.
Meth ring leader gets 24 years
The organizer of a violent methamphetamine ring in Spokane is heading to federal prison for more than 24 years. Richard “Butch” Forrest II, a member of the Iron Horsemen motorcycle …
Wed., Oct. 15, 1997, 10:35 p.m.
Drug ring enforcer gets 13 years
A bill collector and enforcer for drug distributors will serve 13 years in federal prison for involvement in the biggest methamphetamine ring ever busted in Spokane.
Tue., Oct. 7, 1997, 10:37 p.m.
Drug ‘taxer’ testifies against co-defendants
A drug user worked off his debts for methamphetamine and cocaine by becoming a bill collector and enforcer for a Spokane dope ring, a federal judge was told Monday. Jack …