A woman suspected of killing three Spokane women in 1990 is back in the Spokane County Jail, but declined to make her court appearance on three murder charges Monday afternoon. KXLY4's Kylee Cruz reports.
THAT SPOKANE SERIAL KILLER SKIPPED OUT ON HER FIRST
COURT APPEARANCE TODAY.
DONNA PERRY -- WHO USED TO LIVE AS A MAN NAMED DOUGLAS
-- WAS TRANSFERRED TO THE SPOKANE COUNTY JAIL ON FRIDAY.
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