Bail Set At $25,000.00 For Everett Power Outage Burglar

November 7, 2022

Police Blotter

The glass in the front door of this fast food restaurant was shattered and money discovered missing.

A witness saw the car smash into the back of KushMart.

During the power outage from Friday night through Sunday morning several burglaries occurred at businesses in Everett, Washington.

Sunday morning, Everett Police made an arrest in two of those burglaries. KushMart in the 6300 block of Evergreen Way and a fast food restaurant in the 3500 block of Rucker.

In probable cause papers for the suspect’s arrest Everett Police wrote that early Sunday morning an officer contacted a 43-year-old man from Lynnwood who was in the area of KushMart immediately following a burglary where someone had used a car to run into the back of the business and make entry.

Police were able to link the man to the car after talking to a person who had also been in the vehicle which a witness saw smash into the back of KushMart and then park at the General Car Wash to the north.

While taking the man into custody, police say two money bags fell out of the man’s pockets, those were later found to have come from the fast food restaurant that had been burglarized. Police reviewed video and gathered additional evidence.

The suspect was arrested for two counts of burglary and malicious mischief. He also had multiple warrants out for his arrest including unlawful possession of a firearm. On Monday a judge found probable cause and set bail at $25,000.00

The other person who had been in the car was also arrested for suspicion of burglary at the KushMart and his bail was set at $2500.00.


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