Crime mapping software aiding arrests in Wash.

Detectives in Spokane are using crime-mapping software to help predict when and where thieves might strike next


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SPOKANE — Two suspected burglars are in custody after Spokane police used crime-mapping software to help predict when and where thieves might strike next.

Curtis McKelvey, 29, and Chelsea A. Linerud, 23, were arrested early Monday after officers spotted a man with a crowbar smashing his way through a Radio Shack window at Lincoln Heights Shopping Center, according to police.

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