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  • Law student pleads guilty to hit and run that injured toddler

    Dressed in a blue shirt with a big, white kitty on the front, 3-year-old Danika Packard sat on the courtroom bench eating cereal from a plastic baggy and smiling at …


  • Law student pleads to crash that haunts family

    Dressed in a blue shirt with a big white kitty on the front, 3-year-old Danika Packard sat on the courtroom bench eating cereal from a plastic baggy and smiling at …


  • Jeffreys to remain in jail until trial, judge rules

    Spokane developer Gregory D. Jeffreys has talked himself out of freedom, a judge ruled Monday. Citing his multiple violations of another judge’s order and a previously undisclosed threat made to …


  • Feds cite Jeffreys’ Mexico connection

    Possible connections to someone he called a Mexican drug lord could thwart Gregory D. Jeffreys’ efforts to get out of jail. Jeffreys, a Spokane real estate developer, is awaiting trial …


  • Public to fund Jeffreys’ case

    Spokane developer Greg Jeffreys, who once claimed to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars and bragged that his typical workday included being flown in a Learjet to three cities, …


  • Jeffreys considered flight risk, denied bail by federal judge

    When federal authorities arrested Spokane developer Gregory Jeffreys at the Spokane International Airport, he was carrying documents that investigators say outlined yet another scam designed to lure investors into giving …


  • Ridpath developer Jeffreys ordered held in jail

    When federal authorities arrested developer Gregory Jeffreys Tuesday at the Spokane International Airport, he was carrying documents in his briefcase that investigators say outlined yet another scam designed to lure …


  • Attorneys: Judge frees spa owners’ assets

    Defense attorneys believe they won an important victory Thursday against a major investigation into eight suspected Spokane-area brothels that several months later has yet to produce a single criminal charge. …


  • Judge returns property in brothel investigation

    A judge today ordered the return of thousands of dollars in cash, property and other items to two people arrested last summer after a raid of eight suspected brothels in …


  • Jail overdose traced back to inmate’s pills

    A convicted killer who committed suicide at the Spokane County Jail did so using pills prescribed to another inmate. Now detectives are investigating whether the pill provider could be at …


  • Triplet named to Superior Court

    Spokane County Court Commissioner James Triplet had to keep the secret all Sunday night: He’d been chosen by Gov. Chris Gregoire to replace Neal Rielly as Superior Court judge. “She …


  • Killer found dead in Spokane County Jail cell

    A man sentenced to life in prison last week for murdering one of his accusers in a 2007 assault case was found dead in the Spokane County Jail early Monday. …


  • Convicted killer found dead in Spokane County Jail

    A man sentenced to life in prison last week for murdering one of his accusers in a 2007 assault case was found dead in the Spokane County Jail early Monday.


  • Jury convicts man in ’08 murder

    A Stevens County jury on Wednesday found Christopher H. Devlin guilty of aggravated first-degree murder for the May 2008 slaying of 52-year-old Daniel Heily, whose bullet-riddled body was found behind …


  • Jury convicts Devlin for murder of witness

    A Stevens County jury ruled today that Christopher H. Devlin is guilty of aggravated first-degree murder in connection with a case of a man whose bullet-riddled body was found behind …


  • Suspect, witness don’t testify in murder trial

    COLVILLE – Spokane County prosecutors ended their first-degree murder case against Christopher H. Devlin without calling the only person they believe witnessed the killing. Defense attorneys Mark Vovos and Roger …


  • Devlin doesn’t testify; defense rests

    COLVILLE – Spokane County prosecutors ended their first-degree murder case against Christopher H. Devlin without calling the only person they believe witnessed the killing.


  • Trial opens in murder of crime witness

    Defense attorney Mark Vovos on Monday told a jury of Stevens County residents that the murder trial they are about to decide amounts to a “classic cover-up” by detectives who …


  • Death penalty avoided

    A Deer Park man accused of murdering a witness in an assault case against him will avoid the death penalty if convicted because prosecutors mismanaged the case, a judge ruled …


  • Prosecutors’ mixup takes death penalty off the table

    A Deer Park man accused of murdering a witness in an assault case against him will avoid the death penalty because prosecutors mismanaged the case, a judge ruled Wednesday.

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