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Montana Files Charges Against Militia Leaders Three Of The Four Suspects Are Accused Of Advocating The Murder Of Public Officials

Federal agents are looking for Montana rancher Calvin Greenup. File/The Spokesman-Review

L.A. Gang Member Sought In Spokane


Guide Skips Out On Sentencing

A river guide who blew up the wildest rapid on the Salt River didn’t show up for sentencing and is believed to have fled the country. William K. Stoner, 34, …

Man On The Run With $98,000 Ex-Lax Refund The Ex-Lax Refund Check Was Made Out In The Amount Of His Zip Code, Not The $1.99 Cost

A Seattle-area man apparently is on the run, after claiming a popular laxative didn’t work, asking for a refund and then pocketing the $98,002 the manufacturer sent him by mistake. …

Arson Suspect Was Easy For Brazilian Police To Find A Mexican Tourist In Rio Rented The $250-A-Month Apartment For Pang About A Week After They Met On The Beach

Martin Pang had a newfound friend rent him a place to live in Rio de Janeiro but was easy to locate and arrest, and he has caused no problems in …

Brazil Seeking Seattle Fire Suspect

A Brazilian court has issued an arrest warrant for the man accused of setting a January warehouse fire that killed four Seattle firefighters, a newspaper reported. The arrest document for …

Police Arrest Suspect In Shooting Death

Spokane police arrested a suspect in a Compton, Calif., murder after spotting him driving across a center line Thursday night. Leroy Duplessis, 20, 702 S. Bernard, is wanted on a …

Box Search Yields Little In Arson Case Pang Still At Large As Suspect In Fatal Warehouse Fire

Authorities investigating the warehouse arson that killed four firefighters found about $130 in a safe-deposit box rented by Martin Pang, according to documents released Monday. There were no new developments …

Suspect In Fatal Fire May Be Headed For Seattle Pang Indicated He Would Drive Back From L.A., Meet With His Lawyer And Turn Himself In

A man sought in a fire that destroyed a food-products warehouse and killed four firefighters was believed headed back to Seattle from California to surrender, his lawyer said Tuesday. Allen …

Federal Warrant Issued For Martin Pang In Arson Fire Warehouse Owners’ Son Wanted For Interstate Flight To Avoid Prosecution, Paper Reports

A federal warrant has been issued for Martin Pang in the warehouse arson that killed four firefighters last month, the Los Angeles Police Department has told The Seattle Times. Pang …

Suspect In Carjacking Cases Wanted For Jumping Bail

A man minor injuries Friday afternoon in a two-car collision downtown. The officer, Rob Boothe, was responding to a fight at Second and Howard about 5:25 p.m., said police spokesman …

Man Must Stay In Jail Until Trial Suspected Drug Dealer Surrendered After Being Accidentally Released

A man who surrendered after being accidentally released from the Spokane County Jail must remain there until his trial on federal drug charges. Benny Ray Smith, 27, who has been …

Woman: ‘I Slept With An Assassin’ Married Woman Unwittingly Housed, Made Love To Escaped Killer