Lynnwood police arrest criminal couple wanted after massive identity theft bust

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FUGITIVES CAPTURED October 2, 2014 –
Officers with the Lynnwood Police Department’s Special Operations Section arrested Jason Schlosser and Nicole Brown on Friday after tracking them to a Seattle Hotel.

During the arrest process, Schlosser assaulted officers and tried to run, however they caught him after a foot pursuit near 505 1st Ave North.

They subsequently served search warrants and recovered evidence associated with yet another identity theft operation.

Additionally, they recovered methamphetamine and cocaine, along with six thousand dollars in cash.

WANTED IN LYNNWOOD September 26, 2014 —
A criminal couple who wants to wreak financial havoc with your IDs is wanted in Lynnwood.

Take a good look at Jason Schlosser and Nicole Brown.

Schlosser has a huge throat and neck tattoo of a sinister looking devil character.

Both were arrested a few months ago in what detectives say was one of the biggest identity theft factories they’d seen. They both went to jail, bailed out and never showed up to court.

They both have numerous felony convictions and are looking at a lot of hard time when they are caught.


If you know where Jason Schlosser and Nicole Brown are, call an anonymous tip into:


You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest.

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