Mandatory Condition # 1: You must not commit another
federal, state or local crime.
Supporting Evidence: On February 27, 2017, Gilbert
Crawley signed his judgment for case number
2:14CR00021-RMP-22, indicating he understood all
conditions ordered by the Court. Specifically, Mr.
Crawley was made aware by his U.S. probation officer
that he must comply with all federal, state and local
Gilbert Crawley failed to obey all laws by
obstructing a law enforcement officer on February 18,
According to the affidavit of probable cause filed in
Spokane County District Court, Mr. Crawley was pulled
over by Washington State Patrol due to numerous
traffic violations. Mr. Crawley was asked to perform
the standardized field sobriety tests due to the
officer smelling the odor of intoxicants on Mr.
Mr. Crawley agreed to perform the tests and performed
poorly. The offender was asked to provide a voluntary
breath sample using the preliminary breath tester.
Mr. Crawley provided a sample with a result of .130
BAC. The officer attempted to arrest Mr. Crawley for
driving under the influence of alcohol. When placing
the handcuffs on the offender, he began to resist.
After a brief struggle, Mr. Crawley pushed the
officer away and ran. Mr. Crawley ran for
approximately half a block before giving up and lying
down on the sidewalk. Mr. Crawley was taken into
custody at that time and charged with Obstructing a
Law Enforcement Officer, in violation of RCW
9A.76.020. Mr. Crawley was booked into the Spokane