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Spokane police early Thursday spotted a maroon Dodge Neon believed to have been used in a robbery hours earlier and arrested two people, one in connection with the robbery.
Police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a woman Monday as she pushed her young child in a stroller though a South Hill neighborhood.
With more room inside, more parking outside and a central location, the Idaho Department of Labor this past week opened its new facility at 600 N. Thornton Ave., north of Interstate 90 and west of Highway 41 in Post Falls. The staff of 48 employees will celebrate its open house with the public at 1 p.m. Tuesday with tours, refreshments and a welcome from Roger Madsen, Idaho labor director.
A Spokane man sought on a car theft warrant faces an additional felony charge for allegedly attacking a police dog. Cephas W. Parham, 34, choked Spokane police Officer Paul Gorman’s K-9, Maximus, during a pursuit in the Shadle Park area.
Calling J.J. energetic does not do the word justice. The Liberty Lake Police Department’s new drug dog is constantly in motion, whether he’s chewing on a tennis ball, greeting people or sniffing for drugs. The only time he is still is when he locates hidden drugs, points his nose at them and then abruptly sits down, gazing expectantly at handler Officer Mark Van Hyning and waiting for his tennis ball and a nice game of tug-of-war.
A robber wearing a mask and armed with a handgun took money from a clerk about 10 p.m. Tuesday at Empire Foods, 5434 N. Nevada St., Spokane police said. The robber fled on foot with all of the cash register money.
A robber wearing a mask and armed with a handgun took money from a clerk about 10 p.m. Tuesday at Empire Foods, 5434 N. Nevada St., Spokane police said.
A Spokane police K-9 who died after surgery to remove a brain tumor was honored this week by the Washington State Police Canine Association.
Two robbery suspects were found hiding in a Spokane Valley water park Tuesday after police say their getaway truck ran out of gas.
A police dog helped catch two teenagers accused of burglarizing a Spokane building supply store this morning.
Spokane Police this morning are crediting an alert neighbor in the Five Mile Prairie area for helping them catch two juveniles in connection with three home burglaries overnight.