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Spokane man’s killer released after 4 years

Less than five years ago, a teenage Nicholas Limpert smirked and laughed during his sentencing for the first-degree murder of a mentally disabled Spokane man. On Monday, Limpert, now 20, was released by the state's Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration, angering the family of his victim, Kenneth D. Brown.

Two 15-year-olds react differently upon being sentenced for murder

One boy shed tears before his victim's family and friends. The other repeatedly smirked and laughed. ``I don't know where to begin. I'm really sorry for what I've done,'' said 15-year-old Brandon Molony as he was sentenced for first-degree murder Tuesday.

Murder suspect charged as juvenile

Citing his desire to see a 15-year-old murder suspect rehabilitated, a Spokane County judge ruled that the boy will be charged as a juvenile and not as an adult. Brandon R. Molony, 15, is one of two boys charged with robbing and murdering Kenneth D. Brown last November in an alley near the corner of Northwest Boulevard and Maple Street.

Murdered man loved his hockey

Ken Brown was someone who favored a good routine. Each Tuesday and Thursday he called the Spokane Chiefs front office to talk about his favorite players.