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Former Asotin County Judge Gallina sentencing date changed

The sentencing date for a former Asotin County judge has been moved to 9 a.m. July 11 in Superior Court due to the presiding judge’s availability. Last month, 58-year-old Scott Gallina pleaded guilty to two counts of assault with sexual motivation on the first day of his trial. The third-degree charge is a felony, and the fourth-degree assault is a gross misdemeanor. Both charges were in connection with crimes against two courthouse employees who worked with the former judge.
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Christina White cold case turns 43, search for answers continues

April 28, 2022 marked 43 years since Christina White, 12, vanished from a friend's home in Asotin. Over the years, Asotin County Sheriff's Detective Jackie Nichols has built binders full of information from her investigation not only on the disappearance of White, but also four, possibly five, other local unsolved cases which are believed to be linked to one person.
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Fatal motorcycle crash in Clarkston under investigation

CLARKSTON, WA — The Asotin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal motorcycle crash. The crash happened just before 11p.m. Sunday night at the corner of 13th street and 16th avenue. When police and rescue crews arrived, they found the only person involved was the motorcycle rider who...
CLARKSTON, WA
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25 year old Clarkston woman busted with large quantity of illicit drugs

CLARKSTON, WA — The battle against fentanyl continues in our communities. The Quad-Cities Drug Task Force, constantly investigating, and going after suspected drug dealers. “Our number one focus is on trafficking,” Sheriff Brett Myers said. “Those people that are bringing the drugs into our community and selling it to the people who have the drug problem.”
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Where you live in Washington may determine whether you get stuck in jail before trial

Ten years ago, while driving to her nephew’s birthday party, Amber Letchworth was pulled over by an Asotin County sheriff’s deputy near the town of Clarkston. Letchworth says at the time, she was a 20-year-old college student in the midst of a mental health and addiction crisis following the death of her grandmother. On the floor of the car, the deputy found a dirty baggy. It contained meth.
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