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UPDATE: Spokane County Deputies Break-Up Burglary Ring

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE SHERIFF'S OFFICE: On April 22nd, 2014, at 9:30 a.m., the Spokane County SWAT Team and Spokane Valley Investigative Unit Detectives served simultaneous search warrants at 4609 N. Calvin and 14323 E. Longfellow. These warrants were the result of a week long investigation at these residences dealing with stolen property from multiple burglaries in Spokane Valley.

There were nine adults detained as a result of the warrants, seven at the Longfellow address and two at the Calvin address. One of the suspects attempted to run out the back yard of the Longfellow residence, but was quickly detained by units surrounding the home.

Multiple stolen items were recovered at both residences to include power tools, electronics, generators and other high value items. Investigators also discovered a 12-year-old boy had been assaulted at the Calvin address an unknown number of times. It was determined the boy’s father took him to the residence to be “disciplined” by the homeowner. Multiple felony charges are expected against the homeowner and others detained.

The Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office will take over the other assault allegations against the child since they are determined to have taken place in Idaho. The investigation is ongoing, multiple arrests and charges are expected and detectives will attempt to contact victims who reported their stolen items as soon as possible.

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KHQ.COM - On Tuesday Deputies served a search warrant at a home on the corner of North Calvin & East Heroy in Spokane Valley. Deputies say there were 9 people inside the home two of which were arrested. Deputies also say there was a 12 year old boy inside who was taken in to protective custody after alleged child abuse.

Deputies recovered numerous stolen items at the home including electronics and power tools. Detectives say the bust was part of an ongoing investigation and had been looking in to the home and stolen property since Saturday.

Detectives says much of the property that is believed to be stolen may not be taken in to evidence because it was never reported stolen or people did not record the serial number of the stolen property.

Deputies ask that everyone record numbers and information of their property so if it were stolen it can be returned.
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