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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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GPS leads detectives to theft suspect

Spokane Police Department detectives used a GPS tracker to solve at least one recent business burglary, and they continue to investigate whether the suspect may have been involved in similar heists. Over the past several weeks, officers have received reports of more than 40 burglaries targeting tattoo shops, hair and nail salons, and other businesses, police spokeswoman Officer Jennifer DeRuwe said.

Pursuit ends in more charges for Spokane man

A man considered one of Spokane’s most active criminals allegedly rammed a police vehicle during a pursuit late Monday, leading to his seventh arrest since December. Police spotted Aleksey Y. Solodyankin, 31, driving recklessly near Cincinnati Street and North Avenue about 10:40 p.m., but it took spike strips, a dozen officers and two tries of force over two miles to stop his car, according to court documents.