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Spokane Sheriff's Holds Town Meeting To Address Violence

KHQ.COM - Spokane Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich and Washington State Rep. Kevin Parker are reaching out to concerned citizens after the shooting in Tucson and the recent bomb scare in downtown Spokane.

At 10 a.m. this Saturday they will present a forum called "Understanding Threats To Our Community" at the EWU Riverpoint campus in downtown Spokane.

 

 

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