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U.S. attorney asks for more time to investigate Wash. shooting

(Oct. 4, 2013) -- Last week, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Spokane petitioned the U.S. District Court to provide more time to investigate the events that led to a National Park ranger shooting a man at the Kettle River Campground in Kettle Falls last month, writes The Spokesman Review.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Last week, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Spokane petitioned the U.S. District Court to provide more time to investigate the events that led to a National Park ranger shooting a man at the Kettle River Campground in Kettle Falls last month, writes The Spokesman Review.

In documents filed Sept. 26, Assistant U.S. District Attorney Tyler Tornabene said his office needed more time to collect investigative reports from various agencies involved in the case, says The Spokesman Review.

The Washington State Patrol and Investigative Branch of the Park Service are looking into the circumstances leading to the shooting and examining whether there was any professional misconduct on the part of the rangers, writes The Spokesman Review.

For the complete story from The Spokesman Review, click here.

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