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Ormsby names new top assistant in U.S. Attorney’s Office

The decision to promote Pamela DeRusha to first assistant U.S. attorney was made after criminal chief Aine Ahmed chose to step down from a management job, U.S. Attorney Mike Ormsby …


Henrikson murder-for-hire trial moved

The trial of James Henrikson, the man accused of ordering the murder of businessman Doug Carlile in his South Hill home in December 2013, will take place in Richland, a …


Prison term ordered in gun case

A man who has already spent about a third of his life behind bars was sent back for another 15 ½ years after he pleaded guilty Tuesday to a gun …


Feds oppose delays to Thompson’s prison term

Federal prosecutors appear to be growing frustrated with the ongoing delays that have kept convicted Spokane police Officer Karl F. Thompson Jr. out of prison. Eight months have passed since …


Arson suspect remains jailed

A pro football player who claims God told him to start a fire at his apartment complex in Liberty Lake will remain in jail amid concerns about his mental health. …


Transcripts reveal officers were given three days to file Zehm report

Newly released documents show Spokane police officers involved in the deadly altercation with Otto Zehm were given three days to think about the incident before writing reports detailing the 2006 …


Feds dispute misconduct allegations in Zehm case

The U.S. attorney’s office on Friday said allegations of prosecutorial misconduct by a forensic videographer – charges that have indefinitely stalled the sentencing of former Spokane police Officer Karl F. …


Feds: Misconduct claims in Zehm trial meritless

The forensic videographer, whose allegations of prosecutorial misconduct have indefinitely stalled the sentencing of former Spokane Police Officer Karl F. Thompson, Jr., is depicted in new court documents as an …


New federal judge hit bench running

Within a couple hours of the U.S. Senate’s approval of Thomas Rice’s appointment as a federal judge last week, Rice was whisked into a courtroom and sworn in to serve …


Juror: Zehm reports moot

The forewoman of the jury that convicted Spokane police Officer Karl F. Thompson Jr. said none of the jurors brought information to deliberations that they picked up from media reports, …


Police trainer says Thompson had no reason for using force against Zehm

YAKIMA – Had the fatal confrontation with Otto Zehm been a mock scenario used in training, Spokane police Officer Karl F. Thompson Jr. would have failed, a use-of-force expert testified …


Judge questions plea deal for Hells Angels member

Hells Angels sergeant-at-arms Ricky W. Jenks pleaded guilty Wednesday to being a felon possessing a firearm, but the federal judge handling the case said he wants more time before accepting …


Valley man sentenced for scrap metal scheme

A Spokane Valley businessman, who converted scrap metal stolen by drug addicts into a cash fortune and a stable of exotic sports cars before being raided by the FBI, was …


Businessman dealt with stolen metals, hid transactions

A Spokane Valley businessman pleaded guilty Wednesday to several counts of hiding financial transactions concerning the sale of stolen metals and agreed to forfeit about $1.4 million in cash, property …