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Use-of-force case leaves questions

Brian Greear remembers the sirens that prompted him to stop his car. But the 27-year-old Spokane man says he can’t remember what happened before he awoke face down in a South Hill street with a police officer’s knee in his back. “I just heard ‘Stop resisting! Stop resisting,’ ” he said.

Firefighter placed on unpaid status

Spokane firefighter Todd Chism was placed on unpaid layoff status Thursday pending the resolution of felony charges that he assaulted Washington State Patrol troopers in Stevens County last month. City Administrator Ted Danek informed Chism, a lieutenant, of the change during a meeting at City Hall Thursday afternoon, said city spokeswoman Marlene Feist.

Insanity defense acquits driver

A Whitman County judge has acquitted a Moscow, Idaho, man accused of injuring two Washington State University students in a December hit-and-run.

Driver booked after South Hill crash that injures passenger

A Spokane driver was arrested just after midnight after failing to negotiate a corner at High Drive and South Grand Boulevard and crashing into the landscaping of an adjacent residence, Washington State Patrol troopers said.