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Stories tagged: malicious mischief


UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 4, 2019

Man jailed on suspicion of vandalizing Spokane police cars and Knitting Factory

Bobby Risenhooven, 51, also known as Bobby Risenhoover, of Cheney is charged with two counts of first-degree malicious mischief for the damage to the police vehicles and one count of …


100 years ago in Spokane: Authorities believe kidnapper hiding victim west of Lake Coeur d’Alene

Authorities believed that Cleopus Viens, alias Lewis Parkes, was hiding out with abducted Catherine Pluym, 11, in the hills west of Lake Coeur d’Alene and near Mica Peak. The sheriff …


Man facing felony charges after hitting four parked cars in hotel outside of Airway Heights

A man is facing a felony charge of malicious mischief after slamming his van into several parked cars at a hotel just outside of Airway Heights.


UPDATED: Thu., May 25, 2017

Spokane Valley teen accused of smashing windows with a baseball bat, attacking deputies

A Spokane Valley teenager was arrested Thursday afternoon after officials say he broke the window of a car with an infant inside, destroyed his mother’s apartment and attacked Sheriff’s deputies.


Ex-boyfriend accused of hiding spy camera in woman’s bedroom

A Cheney man is accused of entering his ex-girlfriend’s Liberty Lake home last month, burning several items and secretly installing a wireless camera to spy on her in her bedroom. …


Police: Man threatened tire shop clerk with knife, stole car

Francis Klozar faces charges of first-degree robbery and second-degree malicious mischief after witnesses said he threatened a downtown auto shop employee with what appeared to be a knife Tuesday afternoon …


Extended sentence sought for teen, 14, for sword attack

Prosecutors are asking for an extended sentence for one of two teenage boys involved in an apparent drug-fueled sword attack in Spokane Valley in September. The 14-year-old, who was 13 …


Rooftop burglary suspects arrested at K-Mart

Four burglary suspects, including three juveniles, were taken into custody early Tuesday on suspicions of rappelling into an East Sprague K-Mart and attempting to steal jewelry and electronics. They face …


Two charged in October hit-and-run at Otis Orchards store

Two suspects with lengthy criminal histories have been implicated in a hit-and-run incident at a Otis Orchards convenience store in October. Surveillance cameras captured a man and a woman police …


WSU sorority house target of pulpy mess

Residents of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority at Washington State University are waking up to fresh fruit thrown at their back door.


Fight leads to hotel flood, costly repairs

Three floors of a Spokane Valley hotel were flooded Tuesday night after a fight between a couple celebrating their first anniversary led to the man damaging the hotel room’s sprinklers. …


Spokane sheriff’s deputy fired for bad behavior

A Spokane County sheriff’s deputy was fired Jan. 24 after multiple investigations into allegations of criminal misconduct and poor work performance revealed a pattern of bad behavior. “If you’re a …


Spokane sheriff’s deputy fired for bad behavior

A Spokane County sheriff’s deputy was fired Jan. 24 after multiple investigations into allegations of criminal misconduct and poor work performance revealed a pattern of bad behavior.


Inmate charged with flooding jail

An Ellensburg man in federal prison for a gun conviction has been charged with flooding the Spokane County Jail last summer. William Dean Bacon, 41, is accused of stuffing jumpsuits, …


Federal convict charged in August jail flooding

An Ellensburg man in federal prison for a gun conviction has been charged with flooding the Spokane County Jail last summer.


Pellet gun incidents increase

A rash of vandalism in Spokane has involved people wielding BB and pellet guns, and police say they’re taking the problem seriously. From about Aug. 18 through the end of …


Police see rash of Spokane windows shot out

Spokane police are asking the public’s help in solving a rash of broken windows this week, most of them in the city’s East Central Neighborhood.


Court upholds terms of driver’s probation

The state Court of Appeals let stand the sentencing condition imposed on a Spokane motorist who assaulted a bicyclist during a road rage incident two years ago – that he …


Court upholds Spokane man’s road rage sentencing

The state Court of Appeals let stand the sentencing condition imposed on a Spokane motorist who assaulted a bicyclist during a road rage incident two years ago – that he …