Crenshaw could face death; prosecutor...

Crenshaw could face death; prosecutors up charges

There are 178 comments on the KREM-TV Spokane story from Apr 4, 2008, titled Crenshaw could face death; prosecutors up charges. In it, KREM-TV Spokane reports that:

Spokane County Prosecutors have attached aggravating factors to charges against a 20-year-old man as he faces double murder charges for killing in late February. via KREM-TV Spokane

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Ames, IA

#164 May 6, 2010
Hearing was scheduled today but canceled last minute due to defense not being ready. All that was supposed to happen was discussion of the next pushed out court date. Although it could still be in June / July, I heard there is a good chance it will be pushed into the fall.

Justin is upset about his rights, "to a speedy trial" from the sound of it. Getting frustrated during his hearings.
mr peepers

Mead, WA

#165 Jul 7, 2010
Trial set for July 12th at 9:30 a.m.. I will notify if it changes.
mr peepers

Mead, WA

#166 Jul 12, 2010
Trial started this morning. Supposedly expected to last about 3 weeks. I am expected to testify in a week or two. Finally! about time!!!
mr peepers

Mead, WA

#167 Jul 27, 2010
Crenshaw found guilty of two counts of first degree aggravated murder about ten minutes ago.
High Five!
MR WEEPERS

Los Angeles, CA

#168 Jul 27, 2010
High five? Not a very good response John to such a tragedy for everyone involved.
Its About Time

Post Falls, ID

#169 Jul 27, 2010
I thought the death penalty was taken off the table a long time ago> Does the "aggravated" murders put it back on?
I hope so! He doesn't deserve to draw another breath!! I hope the family's will feel a sense of justice now, a tiny bit anyway, knowing that Crenshaw didn't get off on his ridiculous alcohol defense and was found GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY!!!
Mr Peepers

Federal Way, WA

#170 Jul 27, 2010
MR WEEPERS wrote:
High five? Not a very good response John to such a tragedy for everyone involved.
Tragedy certainly agreed. But was worried he'd get off easy on manslaughter. I believe in personal responsibility and the maximum potential punishment available at this time is certainly warranted.
Call it a "relief" high five.
Matthew Pehl

Cheney, WA

#171 Jul 27, 2010
i'd say a high five was completely in line. nobody can bring tanner or sarah back, but am i gonna lie and say i didn't have a grin on my face the rest of the night knowing he was found guilty? nope.
oh, and death penalty is off the table, regardless.
aaand, i hope the people who posted on here aboaut justin being sober, were able, or are able to read the court documents. i was in the courtoom when justin's doctor explained how justin himself admitted he got shitfaced 4 or 5 nights a week, how he wasn't even here to see his new family, but to get some ass, among the countless other things we found out.
-matt pehl
(tanners brother)

“Hear ye, hear ye!”

Since: Jun 10

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#172 Jul 29, 2010
It's not often we see the justice system work this quickly (compared to so many other murder trials). According to the news, life in prison without possibility of parole is what he'll be given.
Chandler Gray

Las Vegas, NV

#173 Aug 4, 2010
Now that its over I dont care who sees my name... justin got exactly what he deserved, i was there the night he went on a rampage at a casino, i left just hours before he stabbed our best friend in vegas... justin knew since he was 15 that he snaps when he drinks, but he has confessed to me that he doesnt black out, he knows what happened that night. despite having high hopes for him and a bond no one would understand im glad he is finally locked up forever... what he did was monstrous and will haunt many for the rest of our days. High five indeed!
Fred

Burlington, MA

#174 Aug 4, 2010
Chandler Gray wrote:
Now that its over I dont care who sees my name... justin got exactly what he deserved, i was there the night he went on a rampage at a casino, i left just hours before he stabbed our best friend in vegas... justin knew since he was 15 that he snaps when he drinks, but he has confessed to me that he doesnt black out, he knows what happened that night. despite having high hopes for him and a bond no one would understand im glad he is finally locked up forever... what he did was monstrous and will haunt many for the rest of our days. High five indeed!
So you were an accomplice. You're toast now!!
Chandler Gray

Las Vegas, NV

#175 Aug 5, 2010
excuse me? what makes you think im an accomplice? read it again
Michele

AOL

#176 Aug 5, 2010
Chandler,his cronies are just grasping at straws. It's all they have left. He did it. He admitted to it. Everything is on record and its all they have left. That waste of oxygen used them and it's so hard for them to admit that they meant NOTHING to him. Let it go. It's time for him to meet his significant other. "An accomplice" LMAO!!!! That's a riot!!
Cameron Pehl

San Francisco, CA

#177 Aug 6, 2010
Although he should be dead, I'm happy everyone (save for a few of his retarded friends) saw who he was, and his sentence was the max available. To all of you who have kept up on this thread of comments since the beginning and offered your support, our family thanks you.

Chandler Gray, thanks for the comments, it is always good to hear from people like you who knew he was crazy long before anyone in WA ever heard his name.
wedemandjustice

Post Falls, ID

#178 Aug 7, 2010
I was in the courtroom for Crenshaw's sentencing, listening to all the victim's impact statements, all the family members and friends - ripped my heart out again and again with each one. All the while I was watching Crenshaw's face, by the time I went up to read my letter, I was outraged. He showed absolutely no emotion, no remorse, no nothing! The coldblooded killing monster doesn't deserve to draw another breath!
Chandler - why didn't you come forward when you heard of his arrest for the murders of Sarah and Tanner? Or did you? I haven't read all of these posts, so don't know if you did or not. The outcome I guess would've been the same. Sarah and Tanner would still be dead, murdered.
I heard a prison term - 3 hots and a cot - 3 meals and a bed to sleep in every day. I can only pray that each of his days in prison are pure hell for him and he is terrorized and brutalized each and every day by some big, bad brute convict.
Raccoon Jump

Adelanto, CA

#179 Aug 7, 2010
I know its a long shot, but does anyone know my friend Larry Sweeney. He either lives in Newport or Spokan.
ducky

United States

#180 Aug 8, 2010
Raccoon Jump wrote:
I know its a long shot, but does anyone know my friend Larry Sweeney. He either lives in Newport or Spokan.
Can't say that I do
MR WEEPERS

Los Angeles, CA

#181 Nov 12, 2010
I know that this blog is not going to be viewed much anymore but I thought some of you may want to know that Friend AKA Gidget passed away today from a brain hemmorage.she leaves behind her 18 year daughter.

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