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  • Murder victim’s brother pleads guilty to child rape

    Matthew Pehl, 30, may avoid jail time on charges of child rape and molestation after prosecutors agreed he was eligible for a special sentencing alternative that will allow him to …


  • 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 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 …


  • 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 …


  • 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 …


  • Sobriety required for test, judge says

    A murder defendant facing life in prison asked a judge on Tuesday to let him get drunk before being evaluated for violent tendencies. Superior Court Judge Tari Eitzen denied Justin …

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