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John Lee, 30, was sentenced to life in prison for his role in a January 2015 shooting spree in Moscow. John Lee, who terrorized his hometown of Moscow in a January 2015 shooting spree that left three people dead and a fourth seriously wounded, was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday. Comment?
An Idaho man learned a hard lesson Jan. 20, when he pleaded guilty to making threats against citizens and police in Moscow and Pullman, Wash., via Facebook. For his crime, he now faces up to five years in a federal prison and a fine of $250,000. Comment?
John Lee, 30, is accused of a January 2015 shooting spree that left three people dead and a fourth seriously injured. A full year after a shooting spree left three people dead and a fourth seriously injured, 30-year-old shooting suspect John Lee of Moscow sits behind bars at the Latah County Jail, awaiting a Monday, March 7, pretrial status hearing. Comment?
Editor's note: Among the 36 stores slated for closure in 2016 is the Macy's at the Palouse Mall in Moscow, Idaho. Macy's will slash jobs and close dozens of stores in a bid to save $400 million in 2016 following a disappointing holiday shopping season, it said Wednesday. Comment?
It was just before Thanksgiving 2008 when the U.S. Forest Service announced the initial comment period on the Lochsa Land Exchange. For most, this news slipped by unnoticed. Comment?
This morning's Lewiston Tribune chronicles the efforts of a rural Idaho teenager who ignited a frenzy at a pig auction in order to raise money for a cousin's kidney transplant. The Latah County Fairgrounds in Moscow served as a backdrop for the emotional event as 15-year-old Olivia Fredrickson of the town of Deary revealed that the proceeds from the auction of her pig would assist the medical bills for her cousin Michael. Comment?
An Idaho District Court Judge has set aside three to four weeks in the spring of 2016 for the murder trial of 29-year-old John Lee, accused of the January shooting deaths of three people and the shooting of a fourth person in downtown Moscow last January before leading police on a high-speed chase into Washington State. KHQ-TV reports that Lee pleaded innocent to the multiple murder charges Aug. 4 and Latah County 2nd District Judge John Stegner set pretrial motions for Feb. 16 and jury selection for the trail set for May 2. Lee is accused of killing his mother, landlord, and a former supervisor at a Moscow Arby's restaurant in three separate shooting incidents. Comment?
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