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Meth, cash, guns seized after standoff

A Spokane County Sheriff's SWAT team that busted into an apartment Wednesday night after a seven-hour standoff found something unusual: a man-sized hole in the bathroom ceiling and insulation covering the floor.

Montana escapee suspected in burglary

An escapee from Montana with a 30-year local criminal history has been named as a suspect in a daytime burglary at a Spokane Valley convenience store last month.

Cops seek help finding reckless motorcyclist

A motorcyclist eluded police at least twice recently, and officers are asking for help identifying him. Police have ended two pursuits because they were too dangerous, and several people have reported the same man driving recklessly in north Spokane neighborhoods, police said Wednesday.

In brief: Suspect says he wants to plead guilty

After making calls threatening to kill and sexually assault his last attorney, first-degree murder suspect Cole Strandberg got a new one Thursday in a hearing where he told the judge he wants to plead guilty. Strandberg, 23, is charged in connection with the Jan. 7, 2008, slaying of 22-year-old Jennifer M. Bergeron. According to court records, Bergeron was strangled with a belt, shot in the head with a crossbow and sexually assaulted.

Teenager wanted on rape charge

A teenager accused of raping a woman in Cheney last month can't be found, and Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information leading to his capture.

Reward offered for ATM thieves

Crime Stoppers has offered a cash reward for information that solves the weekend burglary of a Deer Park convenience store, said Spokane County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sgt. Dave Reagan. During the early morning hours Sunday, two men broke into Levi’s Mini Mart, 109 Fourth St. in Deer Park. The suspects removed two cash drawers containing smaller amounts of money and prepaid phone cards.

Reward offered for tips on three fugitives

Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information that leads to the arrest of three Spokane fugitives. Roy E. Lucas, 60, is wanted for allegedly attempting to elude police, Spokane County Sheriff's Sgt. Dave Reagan said Monday in a news release.