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  • Crenshaw sentenced for 2008 killings

    Double-killer Justin W. Crenshaw sat stoically as dozens of his victims’ family members fought through tears to put words to their pain and suffering. The 22-year-old never told investigators why …


  • Crenshaw’s life terms to be served consecutively

    Double killer Justin W. Crenshaw sat stoically as dozens of his victims’ family members fought through tears to put words to their pain and suffering. The 22-year-old never told investigators …


  • Crenshaw guilty of two murders

    Justin Crenshaw arrived in Spokane from Las Vegas a recovering heroin addict, excited to reunite with his sister and start a new life. Two murders and nearly 2 1/2 years …


  • Crenshaw found guilty of first-degree murder

    Justin Crenshaw arrived in Spokane from Las Vegas a recovering heroin addict, excited to reunite with his sister and start a new life. Two murders and nearly two-and-a-half years later, …


  • Crenshaw murder trial heads to jury

    A jury of 12 Spokane County residents is set to begin deliberations this morning in the case of a grisly double homicide that both the prosecution and defense describe as …


  • Grisly double murder case goes to jury

    A jury of 12 Spokane County residents is set to begin deliberations this morning in the case of a grisly double homicide that both the prosecution and defense describe as …


  • Crenshaw’s defense calls two witnesses

    The number of defense witnesses for murder suspect Justin W. Crenshaw equaled the number of people his attorney said he killed: two. On Wednesday, deputy prosecutor Jack Driscoll rested his …


  • Defense rests in Crenshaw murder case

    The number of defense witnesses for murder suspect Justin W. Crenshaw equaled the number of people his attorney said he killed: two. On Wednesday, deputy prosecutor Jack Driscoll rested his …


  • Defense representing Crenshaw admits slayings

    The defense attorney representing Justin W. Crenshaw eliminated all doubt Monday when he said his client did in fact kill two young adults in February 2008. But, he told jurors …


  • Lawyer says Crenshaw didn’t plan killings

    The attorney representing accused double-killer Justin W. Crenshaw told a jury today that there is no question that his client killed two victims in February 2008: It’s just that Crenshaw’s …


  • Candidate for prosecutor on defense in murder case

    Defense attorney Chris Bugbee is caught between his current job of defending a double homicide suspect and the stated goals of the prosecutor job he seeks: to ensure that murder …


  • Defense to claim rare disorder

    The attorney representing Justin W. Crenshaw will be allowed to present a defense that essentially says he couldn’t have planned to kill two people because of a rare psychological disorder …


  • Jury selection begins in double homicide trial

    Jury selection began this morning in the double homicide trial of Justin W. Crenshaw. He’s charged with two counts of aggravated murder for killing a Mead High School senior and …


  • Murder suspect gets new lawyer

    A man accused in the killings of two young people last year is getting a new attorney, the fourth change in his representation. Justin W. Crenshaw, 21, also had his …


  • Bloody clothes found at suspect’s home

    A wad of bloody clothes was found this weekend in a home where a man accused in a double homicide had been staying. Justin Crenshaw’s aunt was preparing for a …


  • In brief: Death penalty possible in stabbing deaths

    The man accused of the slayings of 18-year-old Sarah A. Clark and 20-year-old Tanner E. Pehl could face the death penalty, based on amended charges filed in Spokane County Superior …


  • Murder suspect trying to better life, friend says

    Justin W. Crenshaw came to Spokane a few weeks ago to meet his sister and decided to stick around. A recovering heroin addict, the 20-year-old Las Vegas man told a …


  • Suspect jailed in fatal stabbings

    Sarah A. Clark didn’t have a boyfriend. Friends said the Mead High School senior liked Justin M. Crenshaw, who’d just moved to Spokane from Las Vegas, but she didn’t think …

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