Locked Away 

From the Spokane jail, Amanda Cook sent heartbreaking letters to her family. But help would come too late

At her best, Amanda Cook could still give off the light of her former self — the bright, giggly girl who grew into a doting young mother. A photo from last summer shows Cook posing confidently with a deep-dimpled grin, one…

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