Monday, April 2, 2012

MORNING BRIEFING: Drunk and Disorderly Conduct

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The Life of the Liberation of Property: Having promised to reduced property crime in his campaign, Mayor David Condon announced the Spokane police would have a new focus on targeting specific property-crime ridden areas. (KXLY)

Fallen Leaf: Former WSU quarterback Ryan Leaf has been arrested again, for yet another charge relating to a burglary of prescription medication. (SR)

DUI Lite: More than half of the drunk-driving charges in Spokane County have been reduced to a lesser sentence. (SR)

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Naked Time: If you're admitted to jail, the Supreme Court ruled, you can be strip-searched, for any reason. (NYT)

Everywhere he wants to be -- A hacker has compromised 1.5 Million Visa and MasterCard accounts (Atlantic Wire)

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