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In a search stemming from a Wednesday shooting that sent a couple to Deaconess Medical Center, deputies found a stolen car and car-theft tools, court documents say.
In “Honest Thief,” in theaters this Friday if you’re good with that, Liam Neeson portrays a softer, PG-13-rated side of the morally righteous lone wolves running through his 21st century movie career. His character this time is a retired bank robber, renewed by the love of a good woman (Kate Walsh).
A video of two citizens holding a Spokane woman at gunpoint in a parking lot for allegedly shoplifting went viral in June.
NEW YORK – A Long Island criminal defendant tried faking his death to avoid a jail sentence, but the phony death certificate his lawyer submitted had a glaring spelling error that made it a dead giveaway for a fraud, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Federal agents have seized more than 20 vehicles and the money from 10 bank accounts belonging to a married couple of U.S. Army veterans in Texas, saying the pair used personal information stolen from soldiers to defraud the military out of as much as $11 million.
Two men and two teens have been charged in the death of rising rapper Pop Smoke who was killed during a Los Angeles home-invasion robbery in February, the district attorney’s office said Monday.
A U.K. judge has sentenced a man to four years for attempting to steal one of the original copies of the the Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral in England.
A felon snatched an 85-year-old woman’s purse Tuesday evening in the Browne’s Addition Rosauers parking lot, police say.
A Spokane Police officer recovered a stolen mountain bike valued at $6,000 Monday, after a short pursuit through Mission Park.
A former construction firm bookkeeper and controller in Spokane Valley was sentenced this month to 90 days in jail and 12 months community service and to pay back nearly a million dollars for stealing from his employer for over a decade.
Julie Anne Nutter, 54, remains in custody in Bibb County Jail in Central Georgia on suspicion she used the credit card of a local food bank where she worked to make fraudulent charges. Investigators in Kootenai County believe before Nutter left for Georgia, she pocketed more than $57K that belonged to the Habitat for Humanity of North Idaho in a case that took nearly two years to investigate before a warrant was issued.
Elizabeth Calderwood, who's served as mayor since 2017, said she used the town's credit card to purchase technological and aesthetic upgrades for a community center. But investigators believe she funneled money through the accounts of other people and can't account for the loss of $5,000 in cash as payment for a Harley Davidson motorcycle gifted to Springdale.
A sting operation in Lincoln County on Sunday led to the very sweet recovery of a beekeeper’s stolen hives, valued at over $18,000.
Spokane police have made a first arrest in connection with the looting of the downtown Nike store that occurred amid protests against police brutality on May 31.
Spokane police arrested two people on outstanding warrants and suspicion of vehicle theft early Friday morning, after giving up a dangerous pursuit in downtown Spokane and receiving a report of the pair running from an unoccupied car.
The coronavirus hasn’t been kind to car owners. With more people than ever staying home to lessen the spread of COVID-19, their sedans, pickup trucks and SUVs are parked unattended on the streets, making them easy targets for opportunistic thieves.
Alex M. Jones, 33, is in custody at Airway Heights Corrections Center on guilty verdicts in multiple cases. But a Spokane County prosecutor misstated the law during a jury trial in April 2019, the judges ruled, and overturned one of his convictions on possessing a stolen car.
Surveillance video caught four teens vandalizing the new construction area of Lewis and Clark High School early Friday morning.
A 14-year-old girl chased down her parent’s vehicle on foot as a thief attempted to steal it last week.
A U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent and a telecommunications specialist are accused of stealing personal protective equipment, toilet paper and other supplies from an agency warehouse in Florida amid shortages caused by the coronavirus pandemic, law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.