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  • What Now?
  • What Now?

    The prosecutor has finally broken the news to the Creach family, but the case isn’t closed yet.
      The car bearing Spokane County Prosecutor Steve Tucker crunched over the gravel of the Plant Farm parking lot last Friday morning, not far from the spot where a sheriff’s deputy fired one fatal bullet in an encounter with the property’s armed owner last summer.
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  • Vigilante Time
  • Vigilante Time

    It's not cops we should worry about. It's your gun-toting neighbor.
      “Drop it before someone shoots you!” yelled retired 74-year-old Colonel Bill Badger, moments after he and three other good and brave people had disarmed and knocked down Jared Lee Loughner
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  • Waiting Game
  • Waiting Game

    With each passing week, questions mount for the family of Wayne Scott Creach, shot by a deputy in August.
      His father, shot in the chest at close range, died in moments. But, Alan Creach says, months have passed and the family still has no answers to questions of whether a sheriff’s deputy was justif
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  • Of Pardons and Police
  • Of Pardons and Police

    Starcia Ague takes another step away from her troubled youth; plus, the Spokane Police Guild claims unfair labor practices
      Starcia Ague, who was among the juvenile offenders written about in the last week’s cover story (“Kid Crime, Adult Time”) took another step away from a troubled past last week when the state Clemency and Pardons Board voted unanimously to accept her petition for a pardon.
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  • Hot Potato
  • Hot Potato

    The probe of last month’s deputy-involved shooting is delayed. Then comes a twist
      An investigation into a deputy’s fatal shooting of a 74-year-old Valley man was sidetracked this week as detectives awaited lab results. And then came this news: The deputy at the center of the probe is also being investigated for running a sex-toy business out of his home.
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  • Ozzie, Creach and Craigslist
  • Ozzie, Creach and Craigslist

    Sheriff Knezovich is frustrated by accounts of the Creach shooting; plus, the Y counts down to destruction.
      Sheriff Fires Back Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich, during a radio interview on Tuesday, criticized the flow of information — as well as the accuracy — about the fatal Aug. 25 sho
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  • 'On The Side Of Disclosure'
  • 'On The Side Of Disclosure'

    The Sheriff’s new internal investigator won’t rock the boat.
      He did help invent the office, after all. That was in 1996, when Sheriff John Goldman assigned the creation of a formal internal investigative unit to Conner, who would run it for a dozen years.
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  • Under Review
  • Under Review

    When will we know what happened in last week’s officer-involved shooting?
      The Police Department is leading the investigation due to a critical incident protocol between local law enforcement entities that ensures other agencies assist in investigations involving shootings by officers, to maintain the investigation’s integrity as well as to guard against charges of internal corruption.
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