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Reward offered for tip on man

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Anyone with information that leads to the arrest of a man who twice evaded police and sheriff’s deputies may receive a cash reward from Secret Witness.

Curtis M. Jones, 22, has five pending felony charges and is wanted on an outstanding warrant, Spokane County sheriff’s spokesman Cpl. Dave Reagan said in a press release.

Jones may have been involved in two recent Spokane Valley vehicle pursuits that placed deputies and officers in danger, as well as other motorists, Reagan said. Both times Jones was driving a stolen vehicle, he said.

Jones is white, 5-foot-11 and weighs 200 pounds. He has brown hair and eyes. His last known address was 26623 E. Rowan.

Anyone with information regarding Jones’ whereabouts is asked to call the Secret Witness tip line at 327-5111. Callers can remain anonymous but should leave a code name or number.

Secret Witness is a private civilian organization not affiliated with law enforcement. It pays cash rewards for information that solves crimes in Spokane County.

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