Police arrest Walgreens robbery suspect - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Police arrest Walgreens robbery suspect

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police have arrested a 23-year-old man in connection with a June 7 robbery at the Walgreen's on 29th and Grand.

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Terran Schatz has been booked into Spokane County Jail and charged with 1st Degree Robbery. He was arrested late Friday night after a Liberty Lake police officer recognized his name after making contact with him in a Liberty Lake park.

According to Walgreens employees, the suspect now identified as Schatz entered the Walgreens on Sunday afternoon and walked to the pharmacy where he handed an employee a note demanding all of the store's Oxycontin and stating he had a gun. The pharmacy manager gave Schatz an unknown amount of Oxycontin and he left the store on foot.

Police say Schatz has an extensive criminal history.

 

 

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