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Arrest Made in Casino Burglary

Arrest Made in Casino Burglary

The Clarkston Police Department has made an arrest in connection to last month's burglary at Lancer Lanes and Casino that resulted in an undisclosed amount of cash being taken.

 

33-year-old James Nollette of Lewiston was taken into custody this afternoon at the casino while he was in the middle of a poker game, according to Detective Sgt. Richard Muszynski. "Further arrests are expected in the case," he adds.

17-year-old admits to up to 100 car prowls and thefts

17-year-old admits to up to 100 car prowls and thefts

A 17-year-old Clarkston teen is being charged as an adult in connection with what he told police could be up to 100 vehicle prowls and thefts in the city and in Asotin County.

 

Clarkston Police Chief Joel Hastings says the department recently developed suspect leads on an individual whom they believed to be responsible for committing the crimes. Yesterday, as officers actively attempted to locate the suspect, they were led to a residence in the 1200 block of Highland Avenue.

 

Administrator for Latah County Sheriff's Office Receives Sentence

Administrator for Latah County Sheriff's Office Receives Sentence

District Court Judge John Stegner sentenced Rhonda Bunney to a period of 2 -5 years and retained jurisdiction in the custody of the Idaho Department of Corrections.

Bunney is the former Support Services Administrator for the Latah County Sheriff's Office that plead guilty to the "misuse of public funds", in that she stole more than $56,000.00 in public monies.

Motion to dismiss charges against Clarkston man in bomb case denied

Motion to dismiss charges against Clarkston man in bomb case denied

The federal sentencing hearing that was scheduled for June 6th at 9:00 a.m. in U.S. District Court in Spokane for a 23-year-old Clarkston man on federal explosives charges remains set after Judge Lonny Suko recently denied motions to dismiss the charges and to suppress evidence.

 

Joey Brice was taken into custody in May of 2011. He pled guilty this past September to manufacturing an explosive device and attempting to provide material assistance to terrorists, and faces up to 15 years in prison.

Police investigate burglary at Lance Lanes and Casino

Police investigate burglary at Lance Lanes and Casino

The Clarkston Police Department and the Washington State Gambling Commission are investigating an early morning burglary at Lancer Lanes and Casino that resulted in an undisclosed amount of cash being taken.

It is the second entry made into the business in just over a week. Detective Sgt. Richard Muszynski says today's alleged burglary happened at about 2:00 a.m. and there was no forced entry.

FBI investigating weekend stabbing

KOOSKIA, ID - A 31-year-old Kooskia woman was booked into the Nez Perce County Jail Saturday morning for allegedly stabbing a 21-year-old man in Kooskia. According to Deborah Bertram with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the agency responded to a stabbing incident on the Nez Perce Reservation early Saturday morning. "An adult male sustained injuries and was flown (to) a hospital for treatment; he remains hospitalized.

Suspect arrested in connection with stabbing

CLARKSTON, WA - A 22-year-old Clarkston woman was booked into the Asotin County Jail early this morning in connection with an incident that resulted in a male subject being sent to the hospital with serious knife injuries.