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Posted on: April 6, 2022

[ARCHIVED] UPDATE: Wanted Suspect, Joshua W. Seth, Arrested

 

UPDATE: Wanted Suspect, Joshua W. Seth, Arrested

 

The two persons detained this morning when Seth was arrested have been charged, one for felony rendering criminal assistance and the second for a nonrelated misdemeanor warrant.  

 

Anneke M. Long, 23-year-old, was booked into the Spokane County Jail for Rendering Criminal Assistance 1st Degree in relation to this investigation.  

 

Michael T. Deboer, 35-year-old, was booked into the Spokane County Jail for an unrelated misdemeanor warrant for charges of DUI and Driving While Suspended.  At this time, he has not been charged in relation to the Red Top shooting investigation or today’s arrest of Joshua W. Seth. 

 

This remains an open and active investigation.  Additional charges or arrests are possible.

 

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Wanted Suspect, Joshua W. Seth, Arrested

 

This morning, at approximately 9:15 am., several Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the 3800 block of S. Geiger BLVD for a “tip” that wanted suspect 30-year-old Joshua W. Seth, considered armed and dangerous, was possibly in the area.

 

Deputies located the room Seth was believed to be in and surrounded the location.  

 

Sergeant Hansen contacted the individuals inside the room and confirmed Seth was inside.   The three, including Seth, followed commands and slowly exited the room with their hands visible.  Deputy Hays, Deputy Moffett, Deputy Carlos, and Sergeant Hansen safely detained all three, pending identification and additional investigation.

 

Seth’s identification was confirmed, and he was advised he was under arrest.  The two additional people detained could face charges pending what is learned as this investigation continues.     

 

Major Crimes Detectives responded to assist, conduct interviews, and process the scene for evidence.  

 

The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office and Spokane Valley Police Department would like to thank everyone who provided tips and information during this investigation.  We would like to also thank Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest for their continued dedication and work to promote public safety and keep our community safe.  

 

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