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Sirens & Gavels archive for June 3, 2009

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 2009

Courthouse watch: 6.3.09

Suspects on today's court docket included a man accused of a brazen residential burglary that was foiled when a neighbor called 911. Wendall D. Bagley, 24, and his brother, Joe M. Bagley, 23, were arrested last April after a stolen truck smashed a through a…

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No murders, just robberies

The city of Spokane has had a nice distinction since March - no homicides. Besides the shooting death of Johnnie Longest by Spokane police officer Dan Lesser, the last police-investigated killing was a stabbing death March 3. Spokane averages about 12 to 14 homicides a…

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Cracking down on pot seeds

Authorities apparently are making progress in the war on marijuana seed peddling. The Associated Press reports that a deal is in the works to bring Canada's "Prince of Pot" to a federal court in Seattle to plead guilty to a charge of conspiring to maunfacture…

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