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AM: Slain man’s wife speaks out

In today's AM Headlines, Amanda Kirk, the wife of kidnap-murder victim Bo Kirk, speaks out about the crime, justice and wild speculations on social media. Maureen Dolan/Press reports. Also: Idaho Records/Press, Lt Gov Little supports HJR 5/EOBoise, 4 transfers add promise to Gonzaga/SR, Brother of Bo Kirk's accused killer speaks out/KHQ...

Crime stuns brother of accused killer

Sam Hutto tells Katie Chen/KHQ that his brother, David, has "had a chip on his shoulder all through growing up and adulthood." David Hutto, 41, of Hayden, is accused in the kidnap-murder of William 'Bo' Kirk, 41, of Coeur d'Alene, after an alleged road rage incident.

Prosecutor: Road rage led to Kirk murder

William “Bo” Kirk was kidnapped, bound and shot to death in a road-rage incident in Coeur d’Alene, prosecutors alleged in court Monday afternoon. David E. Hutto,44, is accused of killing Kirk last week. A judge set bail at $2 million. He faces up to life in prison if convicted. Scott Maben/SR reports.

Shea gun charge dropped

State Rep. Matt Shea no longer faces a misdemeanor gun charge sparked when he pulled a gun during a road-rage dispute. Shea, R-Spokane Valley, was charged in 2011 for keeping a loaded gun in his pickup without a valid concealed weapons permit.

Judge dismisses gun charge against Shea

State Rep. Matthew Shea no longer faces a misdemeanor gun charge sparked when he pulled a gun during a road rage dispute. Shea, R-Spokane Valley, was charged in 2011 for keeping a loaded gun in his pickup without a valid concealed weapons permit. City of Spokane Municipal Court Judge Tracy Staab determined on Friday that Shea complied with the deal he made with city prosecutors a year ago. In it, prosecutors agreed to drop the charge if he didn’t violate other non-traffic laws for a year.