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Mother & Son Arrested For Assaulting Deputy In Spokane Valley

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JOINT PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE VALLEY POLICE DEPT AND THE SPOKANE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: On December 2nd, 2013, Spokane Valley Sheriff's Deputies Brett Hubbell and Jeff Thurman responded to a domestic violence call near the 500 block of South Carnahan Road. Deputies knocked on the door and were allowed inside by the homeowner's 17-year-old son.   

As soon as deputies entered the kitchen, the homeowner came out from her bedroom yelling obscenities and swinging her arms in an assaultive manner at the deputies. As the homeowner, identified as 46-year-old Nancy Picariello, advanced at Deputy Thurman, he grabbed a hold of her arms not only to ensure her safety, but so he also would not be assaulted.  

Picariello's son started pushing Deputy Thurman in the chest causing Deputy Hubbell and Deputy Thurman to attempt to take him into custody.  As they were trying to take control of his arms and feet, Picariello and her son both kicked Deputy Thurman multiple times. 

After they were able to safely place handcuffs on Picariello and her son, Deputy Thurman saw he had a cut on his left index finger that required no medical attention.

Once the scene was secure, Deputy Thurman spoke with Picariello's 21-year-old daughter. She said her mom and brother had both been smoking methamphetamine and that they were both out of control.   

Both Picariello and her son were booked into jail and juvenile for the felony charge of 3rd Degree Assault as well as Resisting Arrest and Obstructing.

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