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Reward offered for suspects in shootings, stabbing

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38-year-old Timothy Lucious 38-year-old Timothy Lucious
23-year-old Michael Gardner 23-year-old Michael Gardner

SPOKANE, Wash. - Crime Stoppers has offered cash rewards for information that leads to the arrest of two fugitives wanted for two counts of Attempted First-Degree Murder and one count of Second-Degree Assault.

The charges against 38-year-old Timothy Lucious and 23-year-old Michael Gardner stem from a July 24 series of events that led to the shooting of one woman and the shooting and stabbing of another.


To read previous coverage about the fight and series of events that led to the shootings and stabbing, click here.

The events started at Lefty's Tavern on Division with a verbal confrontation between two women and ended near 7th and Perry when one woman was shot and stabbed in the arm and shortly after another woman was shot in the chest.

Police believe as many as 15 people were involved in the fight.

Three people were originally taken to the hospital and two, the woman shot and stabbed in the arm and another person who was thought to have broken bones after being struck in the face, were released shortly after.

Lucious is suspected to have shot the two women and Gardner is thought to be responsible for striking the person in the face who was sent to the hospital.

Lucious has a nine-year criminal history in Spokane. Lucious has prior convictions for second-degree assault, riot, resisting arrest, escape and probation violations.

Gardner has an eight-year criminal history in Spokane. Gardner has prior convictions for city assault, theft, possession of stolen property, minor in possession of alcohol and escape.

If you have any information about where Lucious and Gardner are you are asked to call 1-800-222-TIPS.

The investigation is ongoing. Stay with KHQ.com for more details.

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