An Athol man died in a collision with a semi truck Thursday morning on U.S. Highway 95 near the Chilco Road exit. Gary C. Knoblich, 58, was driving a silver 2000 Toyota Tacoma pickup shortly before 6 a.m. Ryan B. Crabtree, also of Athol, was driving an International semi south on Highway 95 just south of the Chilco exit in the right lane. Crabtree told ISP investigators that he saw Knoblich trying to pull onto the highway from the shoulder, so he moved to the left lane to let him enter the road.
Witnesses told police that a man killed while driving down Washington Street Tuesday was shot when an AK-47 accidentally went off. The man who died at the scene was identified in court documents as 24-year-old Jose Ismael Hernandez-Soto of Selah, Washington. He had come to Spokane with his pregnant girlfriend, her 16-year-old brother and her brother’s friend. They had planned to visit Silverwood, but instead spent the day visiting local malls and Riverfront Park.
The deputy who shot and wounded a reportedly suicidal man in Spokane Valley early Monday morning has been identified as Deputy Clay Hilton. Deputies were called to the 3200 block of South Glenn Court just after 2 a.m. Monday after someone reported that a man was suicidal and had a gun, according to court records. The man was found sitting on the living room floor with a gun pointed at his head.
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