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October 2013 Archives

Chipotle employee attacked for well wishes in Washington

A 25-year-old employee of Chipotle was sent to the hospital on Wednesday night, Oct. 16, after he wished a man who was leaving the restaurant a good evening. According to the Seattle Police Department, the 35-year-old man allegedly picked up a glass bottle of hot sauce and struck the employee in the face with it.

Washington pot grower enters plea on drug, weapons charges

A marijuana grower near Spokane, Washington, who shot dead two men who broke into his home, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to charges of manufacturing the drug and being in possession of a firearm. He was originally charged with drug and weapons charges that meant he could have faced 15 to 40 years in prison. However, under the plea deal, he only has to face the five-year mandatory minimum.

Indictment in Spokane for self-proclaimed "Archangel of Death"

In September, a man from Spokane who allegedly identifies himself as the "Angel of Death" was taken into custody and charged with a single count of stalking. According to reports, federal agents went to the man's home to question him regarding a neighbor's complaint. That neighbor, a woman who is also a tribal police officer, reached out to authorities after she noticed alleged suspicious activity, which included what was described as a threatening letter and several comments regarding the details of her daily schedule.

Washington man taken into custody for alleged attack

Police took a Spokane man into custody for an alleged drug-related assault on a couple. Spokane police said the man had apparently taken the law into his own hands to get revenge against people he thought had stolen from him. The 27-year-old suspected drug dealer faces criminal charges in connection with the alleged attack.

Teens crime spree includes alleged assault, hit-and-run

Two Spokane teens have been taken into custody by police after going on an alleged crime spree that ranged from attacking a woman with a sword to a hit-and-run collision with a mobile home. The two juvenile males are now facing charges of second-degree assault, taking a motor vehicle without permission, hit-and-run, second-degree malicious mischief, and burglary. Media sources indicate that drug usage may have affected the thought processes of one of the teens, who may have in turn influenced the other. One teen claimed that he never would have done anything like that sober.