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Sergeant

Spokane


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www.kxly.com

"She was there at the substation to do some kind of maintenance work," Spokane County Sheriff's Sergeant Bill Beeman said.
"It appeared there had been some sort of fight or altercation and she was just gone and we've been looking for her ever since." Weflen's disappearance was treated as a likely kidnapping and the sheriff's office launched a full scale investigation. "There's been a lot of the employees, friends, family and to this point we have not been able to determine where she is or who may be involved in her disappearance," Beeman said. But now, after 24 years, there's a possible break in the case. Co-workers recently remembered Weflen's locker at the Bell substation has been padlocked and only recently opened. "They realized it was her locker, they cut the lock off it and put everything in her locker into a storage container and then held it in their secure storage," Beeman said. On Tuesday detectives retrieved the container and spent the day going through its contents. "It could lead us to more witnesses, it could lead us to a person of interest, lead us to a suspects, lead us about anywhere," Beeman said.


www.kapptv.com

Bill Beeman with the Spokane Co.
Sheriff's Office. Beeman.


www.krem.com

Spokane Police are investigating what happened when Spokane County Sherrif's Department Sergeant Bill Beeman shot a man who threatened him and other deputies with a knife. Sergeant Beeman was the first deputy to reach the car after the suspect ran into the woods armed with a knife.


www.krem.com

Spokane Police are investigating what happened when Spokane County Sherrif's Department Sergeant Bill Beeman shot a man who threatened him and other deputies with a knife. Sergeant Beeman was the first deputy to reach the car after the suspect ran into the woods armed with a knife.


spokane.bbb.org [cached]

1116 W. Riverside, Spokane, WA, SPEAKERS: Jan Quintrall, President, BBB; Jack Zurlini, Asst. Attorney General, WA State AG's Office; WA State Department of Financial Institutions (Olympia); Bill Beeman, Property Crimes Detective, Spokane Co.


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