Crackdown continues on gym locker theft crime ring, five suspects still wanted say Everett Police


EVERETT — As of October 11, 2019,  Everett Police say there are five suspects still outstanding as detectives work to shut down a gym locker theft ring.  The suspects enter local fitness centers, gyms and recreation centers to break into lockers and steal financial information which is being used throughout the Puget Sound area.   Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to any of their arrests.  Call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or use the P3 Tips App on your cell phone to submit a tip on their location.

25-year-old Taylor Pounds is still wanted.  She is believed to possibly be using a fake ID.

Taylor Pounds is wanted by Everett Police


25-year-old Jacob Sanner was previously arrested for thefts associated with the crew and has an active felony warrant for his arrest.

Jacob Sanner is wanted by Everett Police

28-year-old Jessica Dougherty has a DOC warrant for her arrest for  Escape Community Custody.

27-year-old Matthew Malouf remains on the loose and is wanted.

Matthew Malouf is wanted by Everett Police

Detectives say Ashley Rosenzweig  who is pictured in the black jacket and t-shirt with the blonde hair walking out of Fred Meyer was identified by anonymous tips to Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound.  Rosenzweig currently has active felony and misdemeanor warrants for her arrest.

Ashley Rosenzweig has felony and misdemeanor warrants for her arrest

Brianna Reynolds was arrested into custody in Las Vegas for drugs. She is currently in custody for 15 financial/property crime charges.   She had dyed her hair bright orange. She still has an active warrant for her arrest here in WA.

Brianna Reynolds in custody in Las Vegas


24-year-old Taylor Freeman is currently in custody.   Detectives say Eric Woo was arrested by Lynnwood Police and is in jail.

Jesslyn Guzman and Mikayla Carabello Olson were arrested on October 8th.

Mykel Lopez pictured below in the white t-shirt walking out of Fred Meyer was arrested and has bailed out of jail.



Everett Police say for the past three months, the 7 suspects above have been entering local fitness centers, gyms and recreation centers to break into lockers and steal financial information which is being used throughout the Puget Sound area.  Detectives say several of the locations have been hit multiple times, on the same day.

Everett Police say they have probable cause to arrest the 7 suspects for charges including Identity Theft, Forgery, Possession of Stolen Property and Theft.

There are also several unidentified suspects shown in the photo gallery below who need to be identified.

Police say one of the suspects involved was arrested and told detectives that there are about 30 people in the group committing the locker thefts. He said the group travels all over to break into gym lockers — even to Oregon and California. Detectives say the suspect admitted to committing roughly 30 thefts in the past six months. Within days of his release, police say the suspect was again contacted and arrested — in a gym — for the same crime.

Detectives say surveillance video you can see below shows two of the suspects, Taylor Freeman and Sukjae ‘Eric’ Woo, enter a gym and walk past employees without signing-in. Police say they pretend to log-in, or use a false name.  In many cases, the suspects enter wearing one outfit and leave wearing something slightly different. While in the locker room, detectives say the suspects break into lockers to steal wallets, money and even keys. Police say there have been several cases where the victim had their wallet stolen from their vehicle — and in some cases — the vehicle was also stolen. After the gym, detectives say the suspects go to local businesses and purchase gift cards.

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Everett Police says it's investigating over 20 reported cases with financial fraud in the thousands of dollars and working with other law enforcement agencies in King and Snohomish Counties.

Everett Police ask anyone with information about the theft ring, the identities of those involved, or know where the group stays -- to call the department's tip line at (425) 257-8450, or send an email tip to

You can also submit in anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers through the P3 Tips App on your smart phone, or by calling the hot line at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).

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