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A Whitman County judge has acquitted a Moscow, Idaho, man accused of injuring two Washington State University students in a December hit-and-run.
A driver who sideswiped several cars and then plowed into the Davenport Hotel late Saturday has been arrested on charges of driving under the influence and hit and run. According to the Spokane Police Department, Alecia C. Crawford, 41, was driving west on Sprague when she hit a parked car and a tree near Sprague and Howard just before 11 p.m. Saturday. The car continued, hitting a taxi near Sprague and Post, then a Ford Mustang, before jumping the sidewalk and hitting the hotel. The building had minor damage, according to police.
Spokane police have arrested a man on charges that he ran from a dramatic collision on the Strong Road hill near Indian Trail Road on March 31, and then called in a false report to police.
David Squires had been riding his bike for years. He didn’t drive, and his 18-speed bicycle was the longtime electrician’s way of getting around Spokane. Squires, 56, was riding that bike when he was struck by a car and killed as he crossed Sprague Avenue while southbound on Division Street on March 1.
David Squires had been riding his bike for years. His didn’t drive, and his 18-speed bicycle was the longtime electrician’s way of getting around Spokane.
A hit-and-run driver seriously injured a Spokane pedestrian Monday on the lower South Hill. Police are looking for information on the incident, which occurred at 12:22 p.m. at South Oak Street and West 10th Avenue.
Doctors have found an Idaho driver accused of striking two Washington State University students with his car incompetent to stand trial.
An officer who heard the sound of a traffic accident early this morning tracked down an accused hit-and-run driver and arrested him early today.
The family of a Canadian woman killed in a hit-and-run crash in downtown Spokane wants two bars that reportedly served the suspected driver alcohol that night held responsible for her death. Elaine Price-Cornell, 63, died after she was hit by a car while crossing Browne Street at Spokane Falls Boulevard in November. The suspected driver, Cameron B. Olsness, is charged with vehicular homicide.
A Spokane police sergeant fired after a drunken hit and run crash filed a $4 million claim against the city of Spokane Wednesday, claiming he was wrongfully fired because he’s an alcoholic.
A police sergeant involved in a drunken hit-and-run crash in September has been fired. Bradley N. Thoma, 44, is no longer employed by the Spokane Police Department as of Monday, the department announced Tuesday.
A woman struck by a suspected drunken driver in a hit-and-run crash in downtown Spokane has died. Elaine Price-Cornell, 63, died Saturday after being struck at Browne Street and Spokane Falls Boulevard about 10:30 p.m. Nov. 20.
A driver accused of a hit-and-run crash in downtown Spokane was cited for drunken driving two months before police say he struck a woman after drinking at several bars Friday night. Cameron B. Olsness, 24, had “at least five shots of Tequila and multiple mixed drinks” before he struck a woman at Browne Street and Spokane Falls Boulevard, according to court documents filed Monday.
A Spokane police sergeant accused of driving under the influence and possible hit and run has been placed on paid administrative leave. Bradley N. Thoma, who has been with the Spokane Police Department since October 1989, makes $91,141 per year.
A driver fleeing the scene of a traffic accident at North Foothills Drive and Ruby Street this morning was arrested by police officers a short distance away, police said.