Serial burglar rams truck into Renton businesses
Renton Police are asking for tips from the public to help them catch a suspect connected to a series of commercial burglaries.
Officers said in the past few weeks, several local business owners have experienced a series of burglaries involving this suspect. In the picture, the suspect and his truck used in the crimes can be seen.
According to Renton PD, during the burglaries, the suspect rams his truck into the front of the businesses, jumps in, and steals cash left in registers, electronics, and other expensive items left lying around. The suspect can get in and out of the business very quickly.
The burglaries are happening all over Renton, in the downtown area, the Highlands, and South Renton, and always during late or early morning hours when the business is closed.
Renton Police say the suspect is a white male, 20 to 30 years of age. He is 6 feet tall with a slim build. In several of the burglaries, he has worn dark clothing, a dark baseball hat or white stocking cap, and a mask.
The suspect’s vehicle is a White Ford Ranger, between the years of 1995-2000, missing its rear-end bumper and tailgate.
Attempted robber arrested with illegal gun, fentanyl in Rainier Valley
Yesterday afternoon, Seattle Police Detectives arrested a suspect in a Rainier Valley attempted robbery and seized a gun and narcotics from the man.
SPD said Oct. 24, after 9:00 p.m., officers responded to an attempted armed robbery in the 9200 block of Rainier Avenue South. The victim told police that as she was pumping gas, an armed man with a gun grabbed her, shoved her, and tried stealing her purse from inside her car.
The woman was able to hang on to her purse, drive away and call 911.
Seattle Police identified and arrested the suspect at a residence in the 9500 block of Rainier Avenue South. At the time of the arrest, the 36-year-old suspect had fentanyl and a handgun. He is not allowed to carry a firearm because he is a convicted felon.
Detectives booked the man into King County Jail for the attempted robbery, plus the narcotics and firearms violations.
Mount Vernon Police investigate deadly hit-and-run
Mount Vernon Police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run. Officers say it happened in the early morning hours of Saturday, Oct. 29. According to investigators, 31-year-old Joseph Bisson Jr. was found dead in the 800 block of Hoag Road in Mount Vernon.
MVP’s preliminary investigation has determined Bisson was hit by a vehicle. Police said the vehicle should have some body damage.
Police are requesting anyone that was on Hoag Road between the hours of 2:30 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. on Oct. 29, to get in touch with the department.
If you have security or dash cam video of Hoag Road between North Laventure Road and Urban Avenue, including side streets during that time, please submit it to Mount Vernon Police.
Everett K-9 catch violent suspect evading warrant
The new Violent Crime Reduction Unit (VCRU), with members of the Everett Police Department and the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, responded to a residence in the 1700 block of 96th Street SW in Everett for a wanted subject with felony warrants.
Officers said the suspect was leaving the garage when they arrived on the scene, and he saw law enforcement and ran back inside. Deputies attempted to communicate with the suspect via a PA system, but he didn’t respond or exit the residence.
K-9 Knox and his handler cleared several rooms inside the home. Officers got two other people out of the house.
K-9 Knox and his handler recognized an available space between the suspect’s room and the staircase landing. Officers say the suspect moved a set of shelves and removed a wall insert.
The 28-year-old suspect was found hiding inside the crawlspace. He surrendered without incident. VCRU seized multiple guns and weapons as evidence.