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Sirens & Gavels sentencing archive

TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2014


Jeffreys sentencing delayed again

A judge has ordered the sentencing for married couple Greg and Kimberly Jeffreys, both of whom pleaded guilty to defrauding development investors in Spokane and elsewhere, pushed to the summer. For Greg Jeffreys, the accused mastermind of schemes ranging from leasing property at inflated rices...

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MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2012

2 more suspects ID'd in drug robbery

Two suspected accomplices have been charged with robbing a Spokane clinic of prescription drugs in December. Shawn Savynjo Struck, 41, was arrested this weekend on a second-degree robbery charge for allegedly helping Brian Lee "Rowdy" Riley rob the Spokane Falls Family Clinic, 120 W. Mission...

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FRIDAY, AUG. 14, 2009

An arsenal of weapons was taken from Ronald Struve's former storage locker in Bellevue. (Courtesy photo)

Courthouse watch: 8.14.09

A Spokane man who stockpiled what federal prosecutors described as a “troubling” arsenal of illegal weapons will spend the next four years in prison. Ronald L. Struve, 67, was also sentenced today in Seattle to two years probation and ordered to undergo mental health treatment....

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Marijuana grow gets man 6 years in prison 

A Mexican man will spend more than six years in prison for operating a large marijuana grow that did more than $10,000 damage to the Okanogan National Forest, according to the U.S attorney's office. Moyses Mesa-Barajas, 43, was arrested last August after federal and state...

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