Everett Police Bust Broken Window Business Burglar

July 14, 2018

Police Blotter

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This was the first business reported hit overnight. The front door was shattered.

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The front door is smashed out of China Dumpling and Noodle House. Reader provided photo.

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The front door is smashed out of Lucky Teriyaki. Reader provided photo.

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The front door was smashed out of El Navado.

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The window was smashed out at Thai Lime Leaf at 104th and 19th SE

One man is in custody and Everett Police are investigating a spree of business burglaries overnight where store windows or glass doors were smashed.

One suspect was found in a stolen car in a parking lot at 110th and 19th Avenue SE near Silver Lake.

He was reported by a witness after the front door was shattered at DogDay2 at 129th and 19th Avenue SE in the Fred Meyer Shopping Center.

According to Everett Police Sgt. MaryJane Hacker the man had property on him that belonged to at least one business that had been broken into.

The stolen car where the suspect was found was impounded and Hacker says police are getting a search warrant to look inside.

The man was booked into the Snohomish County Jail on suspicion of felony malicious mischief, felony drug possession, second degree burglary and possession of a stolen vehicle.

Throughout the early morning hours Everett Police received reports of store windows or doors smashed out at 9 businesses in the Silver Lake area. Hacker says there were also similar reports outside of Everett.

It is not known if the one person arrested is responsible for all of the break-ins.

The suspect is expected to make a first court appearance on Monday.



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