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Man jaywalks in front of deputy and is arrested on outstanding warrant

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Meth was found in the sock of a man who jaywalked in front of a Spokane County sheriff’s deputy and was arrested on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant on Thursday. Trevan M. Fisher, 21, was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and for the outstanding warrant, a news release from the sheriff said. Just before 12:30 a.m. Thursday, Deputy Louis Acosta was headed south on Pines Road in Spokane Valley when Fisher ran across the street in front of his patrol car. Acosta turned around and contacted Fisher and subsequently arrested him on the warrant, the release said. While at the Spokane County jail, a detention officer found a clear plastic baggie containing a white crystallized substance in Fisher’s sock, the release said. The substance was later field tested and showed a “presumptive positive result for amphetamines,” the release said.
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