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Sirens & Gavels archive for Sept. 2010


FBI raid targets man with skinhead ties

A felon who attracted federal attention for his contact with a jailed white supremacist leader is part of an ongoing investigation that includes a series of raids at Spokane County locations Tuesday.Wayde Lynn Kurt, 52, pleaded not guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court to a…

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Jury indicts 3-time bank robbery suspect

A man arrested in Spokane on suspicion of bank robberies in Omak, Wenatchee and Moses Lake is to be arraigned Thursday in U.S. District Court. A grand jury indicted Cameron Len Gaunt, 28, of Chelan, on three counts of bank robbery Aug. 25, more than…

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Firefighters sent to wrong home in fatal fire

Spokane firefighters were sent to the wrong address when responding to a fatal house fire early Sunday. Investigators believe James L. Stowell, 46, died of smoke inhalation, but they're still trying to determine what caused the fire at 1003 E. Ermina Ave., said Assistant Chief…

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Meth seller on CdA Indian rez gets 5 years

A Worley, Idaho woman will spend five years in federal prison for buying and selling methamphetamine on the Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation. Jackie L. Moffitt, alias Jackie Allen, 44, also admitted to transporting about two pounds of the drug from the Tri-Cities, according to the…

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Toby Keith fan arrested after Ohio melee 

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio police say a Toby Keith fan named Forrest Frankenstein threatened them and beat his head against a partition in their cruiser after his arrest. The 39-year-old Frankenstein appeared Monday before a judge who asked why he "went crazy" at the Aug.…

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