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Secret Service Raids Apartment In N. Spokane

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KHQ.COM - The U.S. Secret Service has confirmed with KHQ's Alex Rozier that they served a federal search warrant at a N. Spokane apartment on Friday morning. It happened in the 6900 block of N. Wiscomb St.

Secret Service agent Kevin Miller can only tell us that a search warrant was executed but since the warrant is sealed he cannot release any other information. However when the Secret Service is involved, they deal with anything that would affect the financial infrastructure of the United States.

The Secret Service deals with, among other things, embezzlement, counterfeit money, child pornography, credit card fraud and cyber crime.

We'll post more details as we get them.

 

 

 

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