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  • Federal agent’s ballistic vest, shotgun, rifle among items stolen in vehicle prowlings

    Thieves who broke into a law enforcement vehicle sometime within the past four days stole a ballistic vest with “Federal Agent” embroidered on it, a 12-gauge Winchester pump shotgun and …


  • Liberty Lake Police arrest man suspected in thefts

    The Liberty Lake Police Department believes it has arrested a vehicle prowler responsible for several crimes in the area. An officer was on patrol early Monday when he spotted a …


  • Two longtime felons suspected of prowling

    A 51-time felon who was told by a judge 10 years ago that “the system’s had enough of you” is back in jail in connection with property crimes police suspect …


  • Police pinpoint crime calls

    A day after Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich declared war on property crimes, the Spokane Police Department sent out a news release highlighting a previously announced initiative designed to combat …


  • Property crimes to get new focus

    City leaders on Friday announced a new plan to investigate property crimes in Spokane that involves more investigators, a greater focus on crime trends and larger investments in technology. The …


  • Prosecutors say officer was justified

    A Colville police officer was justified when he shot and killed a 21-year-old car-prowling suspect who investigators say was armed with a stolen gun last November, prosecutors have concluded. Officer …


  • Spokane lawyer catches prolific car prowling suspect

    Police say a man who prowled at least 30 cars a night throughout Spokane County picked the wrong truck in the Valley recently.


  • Brothers arrested on vehicle prowling

    Two brothers were arrested on suspicion of vehicle prowling Wednesday in north Spokane after police matched their shoes to footprints left in the snow near a stolen car.

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