Hunt For Suspect In North Spokane After Car Chase - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Hunt For Well Known Suspect In North Spokane After Car Chase

UPDATE: The suspect who authorities are looking for is identified as 45-years-old James Edward Raney.

Raney is well known to police and has a criminal history dating back to 1984. Deputies say he has a long list of charges ranging from Burglary to Assault on his record.

Currently, Raney has an outstanding felony warrant from the Department of Corrections.
At the time of the pursuit there were also two other passengers in the car, one man and one woman, who are also well known to police.

However they both stayed in the car and do not have any outstanding warrants, so they were not arrested.

A Spokane county K-9 unit was also called to the scene, but they were not able to track down the driver.

This all started off of Hatch Rd. because neighbors noticed a suspicious car driving slowly through the neighborhoods.

If you know anything that can help authorities call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.

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BREAKING NEWS: KHQ PHOTOGRAPHER Trevor Smith: Sheriff's deputies and a K-9 unit are searching for a suspect in the area of Hatch and Bonnie Lynn Lane. This all started with a car chase, the driver took off running after stopping. Stay tuned to this web channel, we'll post the new details as we get them. At this hour there is no suspect description.

 

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