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Records describe the alleged threat that ended former Assistant Police Chief Scott Stephens' career with the Spokane Police Department

Newly released records detail the alleged threat that prompted a misconduct investigation into former Assistant Police Chief Scott Stephens, which led to his resignation and $190,000 settlement from the city. Written statements, collected as part of the investigation, indicate Stephens told…

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