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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

Men accused of threatening to kill off-duty cop who wouldn’t give them 50 cents

Two men are facing robbery charges after they allegedly demanded 50 cents from an off-duty police officer before threatening him. Police arrested Jason Berg and Tony McNally after they approached Spokane Police Ofc. Seth Killian at a Chevron station at 4615 North Division St. on Feb. 1, according to court documents. The two men asked Killian for 50 cents. After he said no, they allegedly demanded the money and also asked for Killian’s jacket. When Killian attempted to leave the scene in his car, McNally allegedly began yelling threats and said he was going to kill Killian. He then unzipped his jacket and reached inside, causing Killian to believe McNally was attempting to draw a firearm. Killian drew his gun and identified himself as a police officer before ordering McNally on the ground, according to court documents. Both men remain in jail in lieu of $20,000 bail.