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Sirens & Gavels archive for Feb. 19, 2010

FRIDAY, FEB. 19, 2010

Meth found in car involved in fatal crash

Detectives investigating a car crash that killed a teenager in south Spokane last weekend found methamphetamine in the vehicle in which the victim was riding, according to newly filed court documents. Jacoby Bryant, 19, (left, picture from died early Feb. 14 when the 1999…

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Paramedic accused of slapping patient

By Thomas ClouseState officials have suspended the license of a paramedic who worked for Spokane’s private ambulance service after his superiors reported that the paramedic had choked and slapped a patient in December. Andrew N. Singleton, 67, apparently is no longer working for American Medical…

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3 dogs dead in suspected poisoning

Poisoned meatballs may have killed three dogs in the Moran Prairie neighborhood on Spokane's South Hill today, and more suspicious meatballs were found in two other locations. “All pet owners should closely inspect their yard and surrounding property when they arrive home tonight,” said Nancy…

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Fired agent wins big in federal court

A former federal law enforcement agent, who was fired after he investigated police corruption on the Spokane Indian Reservation, has won a $400,000 lawsuit against the Bureau of Indian Affairs for malicious prosecution. The ruling in U.S. District Court for Eastern Washington by senior Judge…

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