Followup: Greenbridge burglary suspect arrested; not known yet if connected to Dubsea break-ins

The King County Sheriff’s Office has just announced that it’s arrested “a juvenile male … for burglary and possession of stolen property” and that he “may be related to other burglaries since November 2nd.” As reported here earlier this week, the businesses and other facilities hit by those burglaries include Dubsea Coffee, broken into at least three times. After a two-day closure, Dubsea reopened this morning, with supporters crowding inside:

Again, the Sheriff’s Office is cautioning that it’s not sure yet whether this suspect was involved in the Dubsea break-ins; spokesperson DB Gates tells us he is being held in connection with the White Center Heights Elementary break-in. (One of that school’s teachers was who contacted us to urge community support for Dubsea, by the way.) Meantime, Dubsea staff (proprietor Sibelle Nguyen wasn’t there when we stopped by this morning) confirmed that a security system is being installed today.

2 Replies to "Followup: Greenbridge burglary suspect arrested; not known yet if connected to Dubsea break-ins"

  • Sillygoose November 14, 2014 (1:28 pm)

    This is great news, if he didn’t do it then I am pretty sure he knows who did. All of these loosers all seem to know each other. Kick him hard from the WS Community!!

  • Carrie P. November 15, 2014 (12:41 pm)

    I hope they found the guy(s) and that they spend some serious time in juvenile detention/counseling.

    The Dubsea crew has been amazingly kind and upbeat to all of their customers throughout this and I hope they see how appreciated they are!

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