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Spokane Valley Police: East Broadway Party Results In 9 Arrests

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE FROM SPOKANE VALLEY POLICE: On Sunday, March 11th, at 1:00 a.m., Spokane Valley Officers were called to the 16100 block of East Broadway to a party/disturbance call. Air 1 was on patrol and was able to relay to units en route that there were several people in the roadway and several yards.
 
When units arrived on scene they quickly realized they were dealing with several intoxicated individuals that would not obey their commands and that they were outnumbered. Due to the dynamics of the situation units on scene requested additional units to control the large number of people failing to obey deputies and officers commands. Units from all local agencies responded until the scene was safe and under control.
 
The majority of people that had come from the residence eventually went back into the house as requested by patrol units on scene. However two intoxicated partygoers chose not to listen to the officers commands which landed them in jail. 24 year-old Rion Holmes was asked multiple times by Spokane Valley Officer R. Olson to not walk in the middle of Broadway Ave., intentionally disrupting traffic. 

He was also asked multiple times not to yell at others around the house, encouraging them not to listen to the police. Holmes subsequent refusal to listen to Officer Olson resulted in his arrest for Rioting, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest and Possession of a Controlled Substance (Marijuana). 
 
22-year-old Nicholas Loverro also made the decision not to listen to the officers commands at the scene. While officers were dealing with Holmes, Loverro's actions basically mirrored those by Holmes. Corporal Myhre told Loverro to go back inside the house multiple times before he was arrested. 

Loverro chose not to listen to Corporal Myhre which resulted with Loverro being arrested and booked into jail on the charges of Rioting, Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest.
 
25-year-old Justin Doggett, the homeowner, was booked into jail for Providing Alcohol to Minors. A minor female was cited and released for Minor in Possession of Alcohol at the scene. 

This concluded the party with a total of nine arrests and three people booked into the Spokane County Jail.
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