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Spokane Police Recommend Charges for 2 USC Players Involved In Spokane Brawl With 2nd Degree Assault

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SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Police have concluded their investigation into the late night assault involving the USC basketball team back in March.

Spokane police have recommended to the county prosecutor that the two involved should be charged with 2 counts of 2nd degree assault.

The brawl broke out at Sprague and Howard and then moved on to at least one other location.

10-15 people were involved in the fight.

The investigation has now gone to the Spokane County prosecutor for his review.

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