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I  grew up about three blocks from the Spokane River, and I never recall being bitten by any bugs really, except for the occasional mosquito that sucked a bit of […]

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Arrests in Spokane Public Schools are down, but racial disparities persist

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Deputies cross state lines to nab Spokane child predator

The Spokane Valley Sheriff’s Office teamed up with police from Utah to catch an internet child predator on Tuesday.

Deputies said they got an initial request on Monday from the Washington State Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force to contact the Layton City Police Department in Utah regarding a “traveler” case.

A “traveler” is a person who meets young children on the internet and entices them into meeting for sex. Officials said often the “travelers” communicate with the children for weeks before meeting them.

Deputies said Robert W. Folsom, 24, of Spokane, made plans to travel to Layton City, Utah, to victimize a 14-year-old girl.

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