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Spokane Police arrest person of interest in homicide

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28-year-old Cameron D. Keith was arrested by Spokane Police on an outstanding warrant 28-year-old Cameron D. Keith was arrested by Spokane Police on an outstanding warrant
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Keith is a person of interest in the murder of  Christen (Crissy) Nichole DeMars, who died last week from a gunshot wound to the stomach. Police had been searching for Keith ever since, and believed he was being harbored by friends. 

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