MORNING HEADLINES: Re-runs and "caffeine psychosis"

Suspect arrested in Dishman Hills case A 34-year-old homeless man has been accused of the beating death of a 46-year-old homeless man and former chef who was found dead in the Dishman Hills area on Friday. (SR)

Sterk may run for his old job Reports suggest former Spokane County Sheriff Mark Sterk may challenge current sheriff Ozzie Knezovich in the November election. (KREM)

"Caffeine psychosis" defense works? Charges have been dropped against a 31-year-old man who hit two WSU students with his car in Pullman last winter and who claimed he was in the thralls of "caffeine psychosis" at the time. The charges were dropped on account of insanity. (KREM)

Man sold, stole, re-sold parts to WSDOT Authorities say a man who supplied electrical components to the state Department of Transportation would steal them back while on sales calls, then sell them to the department again. (KXLY)

"Matthew loves doing fun stuff" Seriously, this was a headline on Right there between "Spokane Tribe Youth Leader arrested for sexual assault" and "Church pastor catches would-be scammer." (KXLY)