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Man Under DOC Supervision Arrested On Lower South Hill

Official Spokane Police Press Release:

While driving in the area of 7th St. / Perry Ave. members of the Spokane Violent Crime Gang Enforcement Team noticed a wanted subject under DOC supervision in the area. Upon contact, the subject ran away from Officers and hid in a nearby neighborhood. 
 
About 2305 hours, SPD radio received a call of a person attempting to break in through the backdoor of a house on the 600 block of S. Ivory St. (immediately to the east of the vacant lot where the subject was seen running away). 
The residents said they were startled by a white male, wearing a dark colored sweatshirt trying to force his way into their home.  They said he was not welcome, and they did not know this person. 
 
The search for the suspect continued until Officer Kendall and his K9 partner, Stryder, took the suspect into custody  after he was found hiding near the intersection of Ivory St./Newark Ave. 
No one was injured as a result of this incident.
 
The suspect was identified as Brian J. King, 39 years old, from Spokane. 
The Spokane Violent Crime Gang Enforcement Team consists of Officers from the Spokane Police Department, Spokane County Sheriff's Office, Washington State Patrol, Department of Corrections, U.S. Border Patrol, A.T.F, and the F.B.I. 
 
Any additional witnesses or persons with information related to this, or any other gang related incident,  are encouraged to contact the Spokane Police Violent Crime Gang Enforcement team at 625-GANG (4264).  Callers can remain anonymous.
 
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