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Spokane County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 580
Inmate Capacity: 640
Year Constructed: 1986
Full-Time Staff: 219
Total Staff Salaries: $14,663,274

Phone:(509) 477-2278

Spokane County, WA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 209
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 5
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 51
Robbery 40
Aggravated Assault 113
Property Crime 3,143
Burglary 793
Larceny-theft 2,107
Motor Vehicle Theft 243
Arson 12
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Spokane County Sheriff's Office

Your Spokane County Sheriff's Office consistently invests available resources toward community-wide safety and security, economic viability and the positive, nationwide reputation of our County. We do so by providing a highly-trained, dedicated team of professionals, working in partnership with our community, through utilizing their unique talents and skills in conjunction with new technology and researched based criminal justice training.
Spokane County Sheriff's Office
Spokane County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, March 18th, 2019 at 11:34am
Father Arrested for Abusing 8-Week Old Baby

Spokane Valley Major Crimes Detectives are investigating the abuse of an 8-week old baby who sustained possible life-threatening injuries, arrested the baby’s father 24-year-old Beau R. Jones, charging him with Assault of a Child 1st Degree.

On March 17, 2019, at approximately 9:50 p.m., Spokane Valley Deputy Andrew Richmond responded to a hospital emergency room for the report of an 8-week old baby who had arrived with possible life-threatening injuries.

Deputy Richmond spoke to hospital staff and Jones about his son’s severe injuries. Major Crimes Detectives were called to the scene to continue the investigation.

After the interviews, Detectives developed probable cause to charge Jones with Assault of a Child 1st Degree, and he was transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail where he is being held on a $1,000,000 bond.

This investigation is active and ongoing; no further information is available.
Spokane County Sheriff's Office
Spokane County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, March 18th, 2019 at 11:17am
Wanted, 6-Time Convicted Felon Arrested Again

Spokane Valley Deputy conducting a traffic stop arrested the driver, a 6-time convicted felon, for multiple warrants for his arrest. During the stop, a pistol was observed protruding from underneath the driver’s seat, and the suspect had two bundles of cash on him totaling over $5,000. The vehicle was seized and a search warrant was obtained. The pistol and over five grams of heroin were recovered from inside the vehicle.

On March 14, 2019, at approximately 2:30 a.m., Spokane Valley Deputy Thomas Walton observed a vehicle without a visible license plate and conducted a traffic stop in the 2300 block of N. Argonne.

As Deputy Walton approached the vehicle, he observed the driver, later identified as 42-year-old Christopher S. Edwards, reaching around his lap and reaching forward toward the floorboard of the car in a possible attempt to hide evidence or retrieve a weapon. A check of Edwards’ name revealed he had three felony warrants and a misdemeanor warrant for his arrest.

With additional Deputies at the scene to assist, Edwards was taken into custody without incident. During a search after his arrest for the warrants, two bundles of cash totaling over $5,000 was found in Edwards’ coat and pants pockets. Deputy Walton also observed a semi-automatic pistol sitting under the front seat of the vehicle and a purple rubber container commonly used to conceal and carry controlled substances on the floor.

A criminal history check showed Edwards is a 6-time convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm. It also showed a conviction for possession of a controlled substance and previous charges, including an active warrant, for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Kalispell Police K9 Officer Pierson and his partner K9 Bonnie responded to the scene and conducted a “sniff” of the vehicle. K9 Bonnie alerted near the purple container, indicating the possible presence of drugs.

Edwards was transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail for his warrants (2 counts Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Violation of a No Contact Order and a Washington Department of Corrections hold) and a new charge of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 2nd Degree. The vehicle was seized pending a search warrant.

Later that day, a search warrant was obtained for the vehicle. Deputies recovered the loaded Jimenez Arms .380 pistol from under the driver’s seat and over 5 grams of heroin inside the purple container. An additional charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver-Heroin was added.
Spokane County Sheriff's Office
Spokane County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, March 12th, 2019 at 9:35am
SWAT Team and Negotiators Safely End Standoff in North Spokane County, Domestic Violence Suspect Arrested

SWAT Team members and Negotiators ended a tense domestic violence situation where the suspect would not respond to repeated attempts to contact him. The standoff ended several hours later when a young child, who was inside the residence with the suspect, was safely removed and the suspect was taken into custody without incident.

On March 12, 2019, at approximately 6:10 a.m., Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the report of a domestic violence incident at a residence located in the 3900 block of E. Center Rd. The victims stated she was violently assaulted by her roommate, later identified as 43-year-old Dana A. Keener. She was held against her will but escaped the residence and needed medical attention.

As Deputies spoke with the victim, they learned Keener was reportedly armed with a knife during the assault, and the victim’s young child was also inside the residence. The victim was transported to a hospital for treatment.

Keener turned off the lights in the residence when Deputies arrived. With several attempts, using multiple methods to contact Keener unanswered, SWAT and Hostage Negotiators were called to the scene to aid in safely removing the young child from the residence while safely taking Keener into custody.

At approximately 10:15 a.m., Keener and the child appeared at the door. At the direction of SWAT Team members, the uninjured child was released by Keener and taken to a position of safety. After, Keener followed commands and was safely taken into custody.

Major Crimes Domestic Violence Detectives were granted a search warrant for the residence and continue to investigate.

Keener was transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail for felony charges of Assault 2nd Degree and Kidnapping 1st Degree.

Today’s successful and safe resolution to this serious and tense situation is an excellent example of SWAT Team members and Negotiators, working together with Deputies and Detectives, to implement a plan with the desired goal of safely ending a dangerous situation without anyone being injured. It is with the time to plan, utilizing special equipment, tactics, and training, a safe outcome, the desired goal, is achieved.
Spokane County Sheriff's Office
Spokane County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 8th, 2019 at 12:10pm
Road Rage = Bad Idea!
While Flashing a Gun = Really Bad Idea!
As a 5-Time Convicted Felon = Extremely Bad Idea!

Spokane Valley Deputies, responding to a call a male suspect in a vehicle who displayed a handgun and was now chasing the caller who was in his car trying to get away. Deputies located both vehicle’s and after conducting an investigation, the suspect driver, found to be a 5-time convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm, was arrested. The victim was not injured and declined to pursue charges.

On March 7, 2019, at approximately 3:40 p.m., Spokane Valley Deputies responded to a victim reporting he was being chased by a male, later identified as 41-year-old Juan C. Bastiva. He explained Bastiva pulled up next to his vehicle near Adams and Sprague and began yelling for him to pull over. Bastiva pulled out a black colored pistol and displayed it but never pointed the weapon at the victim. At one point, Bastiva’s passenger got out of the vehicle and approached the victim’s car on foot. The victim took off, and Bastiva began to chase him.

The victim called 911 and reported the incident as they drove north on Sullivan. The victim pulled into a parking lot on the corner of Broadway and Sullivan and struck a curb, disabling his vehicle. Bastiva, in a purple colored Pontiac Grand Prix, drove past and continued westbound on Broadway.

Deputy Joseph Adams and Deputy Skye Ortiz arrived at the intersection of Adams and Broadway and observed a purple Pontiac drive past. Believing this was the suspect vehicle, they pulled in behind the Pontiac and activated their emergency lights to conduct a traffic stop.

They gave multiple commands for Bastiva to keep his hands visible over the patrol vehicle’s PA system, but he did not comply. He continually dropped his hands out of sight and appeared to be reaching for something. With Bastiva failing to follow commands and not knowing if he was reaching for the reported weapon, additional Deputies arrived to assist.

Bastiva began to follow commands, exited the vehicle with his hands up, and he was safely detained. Deputies moved forward to clear the car to ensure no one else was inside and observed a dark colored handgun (Hi-Point C9) with a magazine in the pistol sitting on the passenger’s side seat with another black, extended magazine lying next to it.

Bastiva’s version of events changed several times during the investigation saying a male attempted to rob him and dropped the pistol in his vehicle when he drove away. He said he was from Yakima but was in Spokane Valley because he had nowhere to live and was looking for work.

The victim was contacted and interviewed. He refused to identify Bastiva as the person who chased him and brandished the weapon while declining to pursue charges.

A check of Bastiva’s name revealed he is a 5-time convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm.

He was transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail for felony Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 1st Degree.
Spokane County Sheriff's Office
Spokane County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 8th, 2019 at 7:13am
Driver Falsely Gives Name of a Wanted Person
Gets Charges of His Own

A driver who was contacted during a traffic stop initially lies about his identity, but unfortunately for him, the name he provided had active warrants for that person’s arrest. A short time later, he gave his real name which led to his arrest for violation of a no contact order, driving with a suspended driver’s license and provided false or misleading statements.

On March 5, 2019, at approximately 8:20 p.m., Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies Vincent McKenzie and Louis Acosta stopped a vehicle, near Florida and Farwell, after learning the register owner’s driver’s license was suspended when they checked the vehicle’s license plate on their mobile data computer.

Deputy McKenzie contacted the male driver and asked to see his driver’s license. The driver, later identified as the registered owner 33-year-old Michael D. Kinne, said he didn’t have his license with him. When Deputy McKenzie asked for his name, Kinne became argumentative, stating he didn’t need to identify himself and the traffic stop wasn’t legal. Kinne continued to reach around in the vehicle during the contact, placing his hands out of view, despite repeated commands to keep his hands visible and on the steering wheel.

Deputy McKenzie instructed Kinne to exit the vehicle, but he continued to argue and fail to follow instructions. After a couple of minutes, Kinne complied and was detained.

The female passenger was identified by Deputy Acosta and found to be the protected person of a served domestic violence no contact order. After being advised she was free to leave, she walked away from the scene.

During this time, Deputy McKenzie continued his attempt to identify Kinne who provided a name, which when checked, revealed an active felony and misdemeanor arrest warrant. A short time later, once he was informed of the warrants for the name provided, Kinne admitted he lied and provided his correct name. His name was checked, and the no contact order was discovered, showing Kinne was restrained from contacting the female passenger. The check also confirmed Kinne’s driving status was suspended.

After additional investigation, Kinne was transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail for felony Violation of an Order (due to previous convictions), Drive while Suspended 2nd Degree and Making False or Misleading Statements.
Spokane County Sheriff's Office
Spokane County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 7th, 2019 at 1:05pm
Major Crimes Detectives Serve Warrant with SWAT Assisting

Spokane Valley Major Crimes Domestic Violence Detectives obtained a search warrant for an apartment in Spokane Valley. SWAT Team members assisted Detectives, and Patrol Deputies execute the warrant this afternoon. The suspect was contacted inside the residence and safely taken into custody.

On March 7, 2019, at approximately 10:30 a.m., Spokane Valley Deputies responded to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Pines and Broadway. One of the involved drivers reported she was a victim of domestic violence and was fleeing her residence when she became involved in the collision.

The victim said her boyfriend, 20-year-old Samuel R. Washburn, assaulted, strangled, threatened to kill her while holding a knife and held her in an apartment against her will. Deputies responded to the residence located in the 12700 block of E. 4th Avenue and attempted to contact Washburn but didn’t receive a response at the apartment door even though the victim stated he should still be there. While Deputies stayed at the apartment, additional Deputies attempted to locate Washburn at other locations but were unsuccessful.

The victim was transported to the hospital for her injuries.

Major Crimes Domestic Violence Detectives arrived to continue the investigation and obtained a search warrant for the apartment. Due to the information Washburn was likely to be inside the residence but failed to respond to repeated attempts to contact him and knowing he reportedly was armed with a knife during this violent assault as well as potentially had access to firearms, the SWAT Team was utilized to execute the warrant safely.

At approximately 2:30 p.m., after establishing a plan with the goal of safely executing the warrant and take Washburn into custody if he was located inside, the SWAT Team arrived at the location. After securing the area, making sure other residents were safe, team members knocked on the apartment door and announced their presence but received no response. The door was opened with a door key, and Washburn was contacted inside the apartment. Initially, Washburn was not compliant, but after realizing the situation, he complied and was safely taken into custody without further incident.

Washburn was transported to the Public Safety Building where Detectives will attempt to conduct an interviewed to obtain a statement from Washburn.

This is an active and ongoing investigation, and no further information is available at this time.

Washburn potentially faces felony Domestic Violence charges of Assault, Unlawful Imprisonment and Felony Harassment-Threats to Kill.