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Sheriff Holds Press Conference Regarding 22-Year-Old and 21-Year-Old Allegedly Shooting Officer in Spokane

SPOKANE – Sheriff Knezovich provides an update regarding the investigation into an incident where a Spokane Police Officer was shot as Officers responded to two drive-by shootings (1600 block of E. Garland and 3000 block of N. Martin Street).

Sheriff Knezovich released a clip of a video taken from one of the suspect’s phones. The suspect recorded the moment when they chased a marked patrol unit, apparently targeting a Spokane Police Officer with the intent of shooting the Officer.

The suspects, 22-year-old Ray A. Wynecoop and 21-year-old Isaac A. Ott are confirmed gang members and convicted felons prohibited from possessing firearms. Their charges were upgraded, and they are now charged with multiple counts of Murder 1st Degree, Assault 1st Degree, Drive by Shooting, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 1st Degree, Attempting to Elude a Police Vehicle, and Malicious Mischief.

Spokane County Superior Court Commissioner Stein agreed with Deputy Prosecuting Attorney McCollam and Increased the bond amounts for Wynecoop and Ott to $2,000,000.

**** CAUTION: This video contains graphic and profane language.