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  • CAPTURED: Bail raised to $250,000 after Camille Rounds charged with robbing second Pierce County bank

    TACOMA — August 16, 2017 Pierce County Prosecutors have charged Camille Rounds in a second bank robbery.  On Aug. 3rd, Tacoma Police say she entered the Umpqua Bank at 4:16 pm, handed the teller a note demanding money. When questioned by detectives, Rounds confessed to robbing the bank in order to get money for drugs.  She is accused of a similar robbery at the TAPCO Credit Union 112th St. E on Friday, July 7th. Rounds is being held on $250,000 […]

  • CAPTURED: Crime Stoppers tips lead the Kennewick PD CAT Unit to high-violent gang member Charles Dickerson

    CAPTURED — Aug. 16, 2017 Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers says Charles Dickerson  was  arrested Tuesday evening by members of the Kennewick Police Criminal Apprehension Team (CAT) .  Tri Cities Crime Stoppers received information earlier in the week that Dickerson was seen at a Kennewick address.  Members of the US Marshals Violent Offender Task Force acted on the information at the time but Dickerson was not seen.  The information was shared with Kennewick PD CAT Unit which followed up and apprehended Dickerson. […]

  • Dean Shelton: U.S. Marshals hunting violent offender wanted in Tri-Cities for federal weapons violation

    WANTED IN TRI-CITIES — The U.S. Marshals Violent Offender Task Force in the Tri-Cities is looking for 47 year old Dean Shelton. Shelton is wanted for a federal probation violation. The task force says he’s considered a violent offender and has a history of becoming violent without warning. The task force says Shelton is a transient and travels between Eltopia and Tri Cities. He also has ties to Vancouver. Shelton is 5’9″ and weighs 175 pounds. He has a tattoo of a skull […]

  • ‘I didn’t ever feel vulnerable and now I do:’ Help ID suspect in home invasion burglary and car theft

    WANTED IN RENTON and SNOHOMISH COUNTY — 84-year-old Hallie Franklin is legally blind in one eye and deaf but until now, she always felt strong. “I didn`t ever feel vulnerable and now I do. I feel very vulnerable,” said Franklin. She and her daughter, Colleen Perron, were home resting at their apartment in Renton when a thief came in through a sliding window and stole her purse and keys.  “It was 7:30 p.m.  I was completely freaked out. It didn`t […]

  • Violent bank robber: Help ID woman who terrorized small town tellers, possibly escaped by boat

    WANTED IN PACIFIC COUNTY — A small bank in a small town becomes the target of massive terror by a violent bank robber. Take a good look at the suspect: Pacific County detectives need your help to identify her. Sheriff Scott Johnson describes what happened during the robbery. “We had a lady enter the Bank of Pacific in Naselle, Washington. It’s a small, ‘mom and pop’ type of bank. At first she went to the counter to pass a note […]

  • Cash register crooks: Help Kennewick Police ID suspects in bold store theft

    WANTED IN TRI-CITIES — Talk about bold: Kennewick Police say these two theft suspects stole cash right out of a register at a Walmart last week. Police say they rifled through several registers before snagging the bills from the last one they checked. They’re also suspected of similar crimes in Othello and Spokane just before the Kennewick theft. The suspect in the t-shirt wore an orange and blue baseball hat. I can’t make out the sports team’s name written on […]

  • Jacob Haine: Wanted Spokane County suspect accused of ‘egging’, badly damaging home over job beef

    WANTED IN SPOKANE COUNTY — When do you end up on Washington’s Most Wanted for egging a home? When it’s just one part of the thousands of dollars in damage done to a victim’s home because of a beef over payment. Spokane County detectives are asking for your help to find the wanted suspect, Jacob Haine. Deputies say he caused more than $15,000 in damage overall, including slashing window screens, garden hoses — even a trampoline for kids. He’s accused […]

  • Who Done It Drive: Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers fundraiser hitting streets, wineries next weekend

    TRI-CITIES — Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers wants you to drink some wine and solve a crime! Their 5th annual “Who Done It Drive” is hitting the road next saturday, august 19th. Climb aboard a comfy bus and enjoy care-free wine tasting. There are two routes to choose from with several winery visits in the Benton City and Prosser area for each! At each one you’ll be given a clue to a crime and if you solve it — you’re entered into the […]

  • Thinking about getting a pet chicken or duck? How about 400 of them?

    SEATTLE — Pasado’s Safe Haven recently led an emergency rescue of more than 400 birds, including chickens and ducks, from a hoarding situation in Snohomish County. They are now going up for adoption. “People often think of animal hoarding in regards to cats or dogs, but unfortunately there are many other species affected by this behavior,” said Laura Henderson, executive director of Pasado’s Safe Haven. “This situation was dire. These birds were living in extremely unsanitary conditions with little to […]

  • Second suspect in theft of engagement rings from Olympia jewelry store pleads not guilty

    UPDATE — August 8, 2017  Keisha Marie Eastman pleaded not guilty in Thurston County court on Tuesday to Theft 1st Degree and Trafficking Stolen Property 1st Degree. She is free on personal recognizance.  Her trial is scheduled for September 25, 2017. UPDATE:  Michael Alfano pleaded not guilty in Thurston County court to Theft 1st Degree and Trafficking Stolen Property 1st Degree.  His bail is currently set at $50,000. CAPTURED — July 29, 2107 Thanks to your tips to Crime Stoppers of […]