Man found dead in Browne’s Addition, suspect in two overnight shootings arrested
SPOKANE, Wash. — The suspect in two overnight shootings, one of which was fatal, has been arrested.
Spokane Police identified the suspect as 34-year-old Frankie L. Kimble.
Police received a call about the first shooting just after midnight. They responded to the area of W. Pacific Ave and S. Poplar St. in Browne’s Addition and found a man dead in the road.
A white four-door sedan was witnessed leaving the scene and was found covered in blood near 2nd Ave and Sunset Boulevard.
A second shooting was reported near Spruce St and Clarke Ave. Officers found a victim there, who was injured but is expected to survive.
It was then that a K9 tracked throughout Browne’s Addition across the Maple Street Bridge to a garage in West Central. The SWAT team arrived at the scene near W. College Ave and N. Ash St, and Kimble surrendered shortly after.
Police told 4 News Now they believe all of the people involved are from Mississippi.
Kimble was arrested and booked into the Spokane County Jail for first-degree murder.
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