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Traffic School Students Leaves Incriminating Paperwork At Scene Of Crime

Spokane County Sheriff's Department Press Release:

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - The Spokane County Sheriff's Office and Spokane Valley Police Department offer individuals that receive traffic infractions the opportunity to attend Traffic School in lieu of having the ticket show on their driving record.  18 year old Cameron Rose was provided with that option from a ticket he received and was attending a class at the Sheriff's Office Training Center on Sunday, February 12.   

At lunchtime, loss prevention and a store manager from Rosauers contacted Traffic School instructors at the Training Center.  Security told them one of their students had possibly taken soda and candy, then exited the store without paying.  Loss prevention attempted to detain Mr. Rose for the theft when Rose decided to run through the parking lot.  

Unfortunately, Rose dropped his Traffic School paperwork out of his sweat pants in the Rosauers parking lot.  The officer picked up the paperwork and to his surprise, the paperwork showed Mr. Rose was scheduled for class right next door at the Training Center.  

When the Traffic School students returned from lunch,  the loss prevention officer positively identified Rose.  Mr. Rose was asked to step out of class where loss prevention placed him under arrest for Third Degree Theft.  Rose was cited and released for his crime and was dismissed from Traffic School.

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