Cowboys comments trigger assault (& other assorted crimes of the week) |
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You never know what's going to set someone off. But, making comments about someone's favorite football team is a pretty good guess.
In this week's AIM (Accountability Information Management) report from the Spokane Police Department, the South Sopkane division highlights an assault that led to a man being taken to Sacred Heart.
The entry reads: Officers responded to Sacred Heart for an assault report. A male was assaulted by numerous males outside the Monterey Cafe after disparaging the Dallas Cowboys.
No other information was given about the crime.
Other notable incidents from this week's report:
- Officers responded to a north side location regarding a stabbing. Officers contacted the female victim, who had been stabbed by her husband. An argument started with the female for smoking his last cigarette, prompting the male to attempt to stab her in front of their young child. He then stripped the phone away from her, preventing her from calling 911. The male was taken into custody and charged with Assault 2nd Degree DV and Interfering with the Reporting of a DV.
- Detectives were assigned a case involving a caretaker that is suspected in the theft of property from a client after he died. The detective checked into the suspect and found an extensive pawn history of jewelry, which likely links back to other cases.
- There are reports of a man from the neighborhood about his bullying. He stands in the street and yells at neighbors. He likes to scare the neighbors by telling them about his prison stints and gang ties.
- A bank owned house has had several complaints from different neighbors about people living in the burnt out house and garage. It was confirmed with the bank that the foreclosure has been complete and no one is supposed to be there. A female was arrested for stealing water from a neighbor, and trespass. There are posted no trespass signs on property. The house is set for demolition at the end of next week.