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Domestic violence suspect turns himself in to police

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Harley McDonald turned himself in Tuesday. Harley McDonald turned himself in Tuesday.
SPOKANE, Wash. -

Tuesday night a 27-year-old domestic violence suspect who has been at large since Sunday turned himself in to police. Over the weekend, police tried to arrest Harley McDonald for domestic violence, which triggered a stand off that lasted more than seven hours. Police asked for the public's help once it was discovered that he wasn't in actually in the house on E. Central.

KHQ spoke with McDonald's mom who helped coordinate the arrest. Police met McDonald in a parking lot at Lowe's on Division where he was put in cuffs. Police interviewed him and booked him into Spokane County Jail.

He's expected to be charged with unlawful imprisonment, domestic violence assault and threats to kill

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