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Sirens & Gavels archive for Oct. 20, 2010

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 2010

$100k bond for arson suspects in murder

Two men who police believe helped a murder suspect burn his victim’s home were ordered to stay in jail on $100,000 bond today.Detectives say Mark A. Hoffman, 23, told them he went to William F. Hanel’s home with Ryan D. Corkery, 27, (pictured) and knew…

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Woman wanted in drug-binge robbery

A drug robbery suspect released from jail because no charges had been filed now has a warrant out for her arrest. Jeanette E. Menghini, 43, is wanted on a first-degree robbery charge after failing to show up for an arraignment Oct. 6. Crime Stoppers is…

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Luring suspect's girlfriend: He's innocent 

The girlfriend of a Spokane Valley man accused of trying to lure teenage girls while masturbating in his car says he's wrongly accused. "I know 100 percent for a fact he didn't do those things," Marina Corbin told The Spokesman-Review. "I'm with him everyday." Michael…

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Fire crews wear pink for breast cancer 

Spokane Valley firefighters are taking part in a national emergency responder campaign aimed at supporting breast cancer research. Firefighters will wearing pink t-shirts with the Spokane Valley Fire Department logo on Oct. 25 - Oct. 27. Crews ordered 70 extra shirts that were sold to…

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