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Three Arrested After Drug Raid In Spokane Valley

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - The Spokane Regional Drug Task Force, along with help from the Border Patrol's helicopter, arrested three people near Dearborn and 2nd in Spokane Valley. The task force performed a warrant due to the unusual amounts of traffic in the area and suspicion of drug use.

They were able to find methamphetamine inside and because of that they arrested the three. At this time the gender of the individuals are unknown, but the Spokane County Sheriff's Office credits neighbors for their awareness in identifying this trouble house.

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