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A driver was taken into custody after he crashed into an apartment, according to Spokane Police. A driver was taken into custody after he crashed into an apartment, according to Spokane Police.

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SPOKANE, Wash. - A driver was taken into custody after he crashed into an apartment, according to Spokane Police. It happened on Monday night in the 1800 block of W. Gardner.  

Police officers spotted a tan Cadillac while patrolling. When they tried to stop the driver, he took off near Maple and Gardner, moments later the driver lost control on the icy streets and crashed through a fence and into an apartment building. 

The female passenger in the car tried to get the driver to stop before the crash.

The driver, who hasn't been identified, is now facing charges of Wreckless Driving and Unlawful Imprisonment.

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