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  • Thompson Interview

    A 2006 interview between Spokane Police Department detectives and officer Karl F. Thompson. This interview was presented as evidence during Thompson’s trial regarding lying to investigators and the use of …


  • Felony Theft from Church Thrift Shop

    On Saturday, December 18th, around 1:15pm, two males committed a felony theft at the Northwest Christian Thrift Shop located at 6607 N. Maple. Anyone with information on the identity of …


  • Purse theft

    Spokane police are asking for help in identifying a man and a woman caught on surveillance camera who they believe were involved in a purse theft Dec. 2, 2010, at …


  • Rite Aid Robbery

    Security camera footage of the suspect in a robbery just after noon Nov. 29, 2010, at Rite-Aid, 5520 N. Division St., Spokane. Police are asking anyone with any information is …


  • Empire Foods robbery

    Surveillance footage shows a man with a gun robbing Empire Foods, 5434 N. Nevada St., in Spokane about 10 p.m. Tuesday night, June 8, 2010. He escaped with all the …


  • STCU robbery

    Security camera footage showing a man who police say robbed the Indian Trail branch of STCU on April 23, 2010. Courtesy of Spokane Police Department.


  • How to install an infant car seat

    Spokane police Officer Teresa Fuller guides parents through the steps for properly installing a rear-facing child safety seat for infants.


  • Child assaulted at STA

    Spokane police are looking for the woman seen kicking her child in this Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009, surveillance camera footage from the Spokane Transit Authority plaza. The footage shows the …


  • Rite Aid pharmacy robbery in North Spokane

    Security camera footage from a north Spokane Rite Aid, which police say a teen girl robbed Sunday night, Sept. 27, 2009.


  • Police spokeswoman on marijuana dispensary arrests

    Spokane police have arrested the owners of Change, the medical marijuana dispensary on Northwest Boulevard, on suspicion of intent to distribute marijuana. In this clip, police spokeswoman discusses the arrests …


  • Police say they need a new evidence building

    Spokane officials make the case for a property tax that would pay to build a new police evidence building. The proposal is on the March 10 ballot.

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