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Published: Monday, October 1, 2012, 10:46 p.m.

Spokane woman shot in face; boyfriend sought

SPOKANE -- Spokane police say they're seeking a 30-year-old man after his 19-year-old girlfriend was shot in the face.
Police said late Monday they have an attempted murder arrest warrant for Joshua B. Graham.
The Spokesman-Review reported that the victim is in serious condition at a Spokane hospital.
Corporal Jon Strickland said Graham and the woman were in the front yard of a north Spokane house when a person driving by saw that the woman was bleeding and stopped to help. The passer-by took the woman to a hospital.
Strickland said that Graham has previous convictions for armed robbery, drugs, domestic violence and assault.
Story tags » SpokaneAssault

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