Police said Tuesday that Charles Wallace, 41, shot two Sheriff's deputies in North Spokane before leading officers on manhunt that led them to Deer Park.
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Wallace, who was recently indicted on federal drug charges, reportedly shot himself.
SPOKANE, Wash. - The man who police say shot and injured two Spokane County Sheriff's deputies in North Spokane Tuesday was recently indicted on federal drug charges, according to our partners at The Spokesman-Review.
Charles R. Wallace was allegedly connected to a heroin distribution ring that
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