CAPTURED: North Snohomish County Property Crimes Unit arrests prolific burglary suspect, 11-time felon

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BOTHELL — The North Snohomish County Property Crimes Unit arrested prolific burglary suspect, Shane Sjoquist, in Bothell on Friday morning. 

Detectives say Sjoquist is responsible for more than 24 ‘smash and grabs’ at businesses in Everett, Marysville and Arlington.

Detectives say the 11 time convicted felon even used a stolen Honda to ram through the doors of the 76 gas station on Hewitt Avenue in Everett. “As a small business, it’s very devastating because the repairs are out of pocket and they damaged not only the glass, but the door frame, as well as the cost of the cigarettes that were stolen.” said store worker, Kelly Cockrell.

Hours later, detectives say Sjoquist rammed the stolen Honda into a pot shop to steal marijuana.

Detectives say they located him hiding in a condo in Bothell.

He was booked into the Marysville jail on $250,000 bail.

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