Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Spokane, Washington. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Spokane Washington Police Station Address: 1100 W Mallon Ave, Spokane, WA 99260, United States

2 days ago
Spokane lost an iconic restaurant this morning. @SpokaneFire responded quickly. 3rd is closed from Hatch to Arthur. https://t.co/8qRQqMyNbr

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1 week ago
Maple St Bridge is reopened to traffic. All parties involved are safe. #Spokane

1 week ago
Maple St Bridge traffic completely diverted for incident. Please use alternate routes.

1 week ago
@snackpack210 Yes, call with a license plate, location/direction of travel and driver’s description IF you can get it safely

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City of Spokane Police Department5 days ago

The Spokane Police Department’s Domestic Violence Unit arrests arson suspect. Arrest leads to three additional felony charges.

On April 18th, 2018 around 3:45 a.m., patrol officers were sent to 3500 E. Queen Ave. to a report of an arson involving a burning vehicle. Officers arrived within minutes but the suspect had fled the area in his truck. Prior to fleeing, the suspect pulled what appeared to be a firearm when a witness tried to intervene.

The victim of the arson reported she was able to identify the suspect as her ex-boyfriend, 31 years-old James Thomas III, because the flames from her burning vehicle illuminated his face.

A witness to the arson saw Thomas drive to the victim’s residence and set the victim’s vehicle on fire. The witness yelled at Thomas and Thomas reacted by pulling what appeared to be a firearm from his waistband. The witness feared for his life and fled into his house.

Officers developed probable cause to arrest Thomas for Arson 2nd degree Domestic Violence.

Later in the morning on the 18th, two officers from the Domestic Violence Unit were in the hallway outside court rooms on an unrelated matter. Thomas walked by the officers, who were not looking his direction, and commented he wasn’t the guy they were looking for. The officers looked up and called out Thomas’s name to which he replied and confirmed his identity. The officers took Thomas into custody.

Detectives and officers from the Domestic Violence Unit located a vehicle belonging to Thomas near the Spokane County Court House. The vehicle was seized, a search warrant was sought and granted by a judge.

The warrant was served on the vehicle which led to the discovery of a semi-automatic handgun that had been reported stolen. The white pickup was seized from Thomas’s residence as well.

Thomas is an eleven time convicted felon and is not able to legally possess a firearm. Three of his felony convictions are gun related offenses.

This is the fourth gun the Domestic Violence Unit has taken from perpetrators of a domestic violence act this year.

If you or someone you know is the victim of domestic violence, reach out to the Spokane Police Department through Crime Check at (509)456-2233 or 911 for an emergency. Victims may seek additional help and resources through the YWCA Domestic Violence Advocates at (509)477-3656 or their 24 hour Crisis Line at (509)326-2255.

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City of Spokane Police Department7 days ago

Thursday, April 26 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Mentoring Today’s Youth (MYT) is hosting a School Safety Forum at the Spokane Community College Lair Auditorium.

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City of Spokane Police Department7 days ago

The Spokane Police Department (SPD) is investigating a possible child luring incident involving two preteen girls that occurred yesterday evening at Franklin Park. SPD wants to make the community aware of the suspicious vehicle and person.

Yesterday evening, around 6:00 p.m., two young girls were walking along Franklin Park when they were approached by an unknown male in a vehicle. The contact was on Whitehouse Street just north of Queen Avenue.

The male asked the two girls for directions to a business that is not anywhere near the area of the contact. The driver asked the girls to come closer to his car, told them they were pretty and asked if they were models. He never asked them if they wanted to get in the vehicle.

The male is described as a clean cut, white male in his 20’s with brown curly hair and a goatee. His vehicle is described as possibly being a newer, white Ford Echo or similar body style with a rounded top. The car had very dark tinted windows. It is believed the car has license plates from a state other than Washington.

SPD would like to locate the driver of the vehicle. If you have any information regarding this incident please call crime check at (509) 456-2233 and reference incident number 2018-20070130.

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City of Spokane Police Department added 13 new photos.1 week ago

The Coeur d’Alene Police hockey team challenged the Spokane Police/Spokane County hockey team to a Battle of the Badges hockey game last night. It was a close to the end but Spokane got the “W” in overtime 6-5!

100% of proceeds went toward the Sgt Greg Moore K27 Memorial.

Good game and great support from our communities. Thank you to all who made this possible.

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City of Spokane Police Department shared KHQ Local News’s post.2 weeks ago

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