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Tuesday, September 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Officer’s text message ruled a factor in pedestrian fatality

A Spokane police officer who hit and killed an intoxicated pedestrian in his patrol car in January was typing a message into his onboard computer just before the crash. Officer …


Probe into officer’s killing of pedestrian continues, but vehicular homicide standards high

For a vehicular homicide charge to be filed against a Spokane police officer who hit and killed a pedestrian last month, investigators must show that he was intoxicated, driving recklessly …


Officer in fatal crash with pedestrian was speeding

A Spokane police officer was speeding when he struck and killed a pedestrian on North Monroe Street at West Montgomery Avenue Jan. 30, investigators said today.


Officer in crash likely not using lights, sirens

A Spokane police officer likely did not have his patrol car’s emergency lights and siren activated when he struck and killed a pedestrian Sunday, investigators said today.


Officer in fatal crash with pedestrian identified

The Spokane police officer involved in fatal collision with a pedestrian Sunday has been identified as Officer Gordon Ennis.


Officer in fatal crash is 8-year veteran

The Spokane police officer who struck a pedestrian with his patrol car Sunday night gave a voluntary blood sample and is on leave.


Pedestrian killed in police car crash ID’d

A Spokane man who died after being struck by a police car has been identified as John A. Van Curler.