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Deputies Make Arrest In Asotin County Robbery

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Asotin County Sheriff's Department Press Release: 

On April 1, 2013 at approximately 12:20 p.m. Asotin County Sheriff's Deputies and Clarkston City Police Officers responded to a reported robbery in the 1000 block of Washington Street.  The victim, a 22 year old female visiting the area from Desmet, Idaho reported being robbed and held against her will while staying with friends. 

Eighteen year old Clarkston resident Timothy L. Hassett was arrested a short time later on the charges of Robbery in the second degree, Unlawful Imprisonment and Assault in the Fourth Degree. 

The Asotin County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident.  

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