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By Matthew Stephens
Valley Herald 

Residents concerned with public safety

 

Last updated 12/7/2023 at 6:43pm



SPOKANE VALLEY – Crime rates have been rising all through the region, and several residents voiced their concerns to city council during the Dec. 5 meeting in Spokane Valley.

Caleb Altmeyer, Dan Allison, and John Harding all commented on the crimes rates in and around the city.

Altmeyer runs a non-profit called Bikers Helping Captives that primarily work to help the victims of human trafficking.

He said his group was looking into a one-million-dollar allocation that could help his group, but due to some of the restrictions his group could not participate because religion is a big part...



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