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  • Graham sentenced in mallet attack on Centennial Trail

    The 18-year-old man who will spend most of the next decade in prison for stabbing a woman to death near the Spokane River received forgiveness Tuesday for a robbery that …


  • Convicted murderer Avondre Graham pleads guilty to robbery

    Avondre Graham, 18, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree robbery stemming from an attack on the Centennial Trail in September 2012. Graham will serve 14 months at the same …


  • Avondre Graham gets 10 years in Spokane River trail slaying

    Billie McKinney, the daughter of the woman stabbed to death as she walked her dog along the Spokane River last year, told the young man taking a plea bargain in …


  • Graham found competent to stand trial in slaying

    A young man accused of killing a woman as she walked her dog along the Spokane River last year will stand trial for second-degree murder. Spokane County Superior Court Judge …


  • Judge: Avondre Graham can stand trial

    Judge Maryann Moreno has ruled that Avondre Graham is competent and can stand trial for second-degree murder.


  • Documents: McGill’s daughter described as uncooperative

    Before a troubled teenager emerged as the prime suspect in a Spokane woman’s brutal riverbank slaying earlier this year, detectives had begun to suspect that the victim’s own daughter might …


  • Homicide victim’s daughter was suspected

    Before a troubled teenager emerged as the prime suspect in a Spokane woman’s brutal riverbank slaying earlier this year, detectives had begun to suspect that the victim’s own daughter might …


  • Police honor Spokane man with Chief’s Citizen Award

    The Spokane Police Department honored a man hailed by many in the community as a hero for helping capture an accused killer. Joshua Gahl received the Chief’s Citizen Award Monday.


  • Accused killer pleads not guilty

    Accused killer Avondre Graham pleaded not guilty today in Spokane County Superior Court to four charges stemming from attacks against three women. Graham is charged with second-degree murder, first-degree attempted …


  • Teen admitted killing woman on trail, police say

    A teenager Spokane police had long suspected in the May stabbing death of Sharlotte McGill admitted to killing her, court documents filed Wednesday revealed. While police suspected Avondre C. Graham, …


  • Graham admits to stabbing woman in May

    Avondre C. Graham admitted to Spokane police detectives he stabbed Sharlotte McGill to death in May. Graham, 17, is being held in Spokane County Jail for second-degree murder, and is …


  • Graham to face murder charge

    Spokane police say they’ve caught a killer responsible for several violent attacks against women. Major crimes detectives requested prosecutors charge 17-year-old Avondre C. Graham with second-degree murder for the brutal …


  • Avondre Graham to be charged with murder

    Spokane police say Avondre C. Graham is responsible for the brutal slaying of Sharlotte McGill back in May.


  • Spokane police seek victims of unprovoked attacks

    Spokane police are looking for victims of unprovoked assaults similar to one along the Centennial Trial last week.


  • ‘I was just doing what needed to be done’

    Joshua Gahl’s adrenaline took over. A woman had just been brutally attacked by a stranger with some sort of mallet as she walked down the Centennial Trail on Thursday near …


  • Assault suspect appears in court

    A teenager accused of attacking a woman walking on the Centennial trail near Mission Park was charged in Spokane County Superior Court today.


  • Assault, killing link probed

    A bizarre mallet attack along the Centennial Trail might help Spokane police crack a homicide case that’s gone unsolved since May. A teenager arrested Thursday in what appears to be …


  • Ties between assault and homicide probed

    A teenager arrested Thursday in an assault along the Centennial Trail may be connected to a May 3 homicide, police said Friday.


  • Police caution against racial profiling

    Police believe a tip from a community member will help them find the man who killed a woman along the Spokane River last week, but they’re urging people to use …


  • Police seek community’s help, but fear racial profiling

    Police believe a tip from a community member will help them find the man who killed a woman along the Spokane River last week, but they’re urging people to use …


  • Police seek information on evidence in stabbing

    Spokane police are seeking information about possible evidence in the slaying of Sharlotte McGill. Major Crimes detectives want to speak to anyone who knows about a car battery stolen within …


  • Police hunt for leads

    The daughter of the woman brutally stabbed to death along the Spokane River on Thursday has a message for the killer: “I … feel really sorry for whoever did this,” …


  • Daughter: ‘Stop raising monsters’

    The daughter of the woman brutally stabbed to death along the Spokane River Thursday has a message for the killer: “I … feel really sorry for whoever did this,” said …

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