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- SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police Major Crimes detectives have made an arrest in the homicide of Doug Carlile.
More >>SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police Major Crimes detectives have made an arrest in the homicide of Doug Carlile. Timothy E. Suckow, 50, was arrested for 1st Degree Murder. Suckow made his first court appearance on Tuesday. On December 15, 2013, an intruder entered Carlile's South Hill home on South Garfield and shot him.
- SPOKANE, Wash. - New court documents released on Wednesday say south hill murder victim Douglas Carlile was dead when police arrived Sunday night.More >>SPOKANE, Wash. - New court documents released on Wednesday say south hill murder victim Douglas Carlile was dead when police arrived Sunday night. Documents also confirm that Carlile's wife was hiding in the closet, and told police that someone broke into their home and shot her husband. When officers arrived they found the back door open and Carlile was on the floor in the kitchen.More >>
- Read the latest developments regarding the murder of Douglas Carlile in Spokane's Rockwood neighborhood on the South Hill.
More >>Read the latest developments regarding the murder of Douglas Carlile in Spokane's Rockwood neighborhood on the South Hill.
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SPOKANE, Wash. - A bill making its way through the state capital that aims to help our first responders with PTSD. It’s House Bill 1655, which would allow first responders to file an occupational disease claim for PTSD. Michael White, a legislative liaison with the Washington State Council of Firefighters, says the repeated and cumulative exposures is what’s causing the PTSD.More >>
SPOKANE, Wash. - A north Spokane neighborhood woke up to an unwelcome sight on Monday morning. Their car windows looked like they were shot out by a pellet or BB gun. This is in the area of the Glass and Nevada. But just a few blocks away, Melanie King experience something similar. She says the vandal must have shot out hers sometime between 12:30 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. on Monday because she got up at 1:30 make sure the door was locked when she noticed something on her car. “I...More >>