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Repeat Offenders Arrested

SPOKANE, Wash. - On May 25, 2010, just before noon, Officers Preuninger and Palmer, along with other SPD patrol officers, responded to 3705 North Market, Pawn One, regarding suspects attempting to pawn stolen guns. Officers arrested Allen Easley (12/27/86) and Brittnei Fawver (09/01/90) for 1st degree Trafficking in Stolen Property, Possession of Stolen Firearms, ID Theft, and 1st degree Unlawful Possession of a Firearm. Both were booked into the Spokane County Jail.

Easley has been one of the Spokane Police Department's main targets; featured as one of our Top 10 Repeat Offenders. Easley has an extensive criminal history. He was arrested on April 30, 2010 for Forgery and two counts of 2nd degree Burglary; but then released from jail on May 5, 2010. He was arrested again on May 10th for Possession of a Stolen Vehicle and Attempt to Elude; but posted bond and was released on May 14, 2010.

Fawver was released from jail on April 7, 2010 and booked into jail yesterday. This is a chronic pattern of crime sprees committed by prolific repeat offenders, who continue plague our community.

Spokane Targeted Crimes detectives had identified Easley as a suspect in a variety of other cases; and had been in the process of attempting to locate and arrest him.  Additional charges from separate incidents are forthcoming.

Attached are photos of both Easley and Fawver; detectives are concerned there are other citizens in our community that may have been victimized by the two.  Easley has a tattoo of "5150" on his neck and a large swastika on the back of his head.  The swastika can be seen when Easley's head is shaved, which is the way he often wears his hair.  Anyone who feels they may have been victimized by either Easley or Fawver are urged to contact Crime Check at 456-2233 and file a police report.

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