Morgan Junction home-invasion robbery suspect arrested

Seattle Police report tonight that they have found and arrested a man charged in connection with a home-invasion robbery in Morgan Junction. Tonight’s SPD Blotter report says it happened the morning of December 18th in the 6300 block of 42nd SW; a woman and her 3-year-old daughter were at home when two men kicked in the door, pointed guns at them, and demanded first money, then jewelry. According to the original police report, which we just looked up online after reading the SPD Blotter report, the victim recognized one of the robbers as “a former friend.” SPD Blotter says one suspect subsequently was charged with robbery, burglary, and harassment, and an arrest warrant was issued; that suspect, police revealed tonight, was found yesterday at a Kent motel and booked into jail. None of the online documents we’ve seen so far mention his name, though he is charged; we are still trying to find it and will add it to this story when we do.

4 Replies to "Morgan Junction home-invasion robbery suspect arrested"

  • WsEd December 29, 2012 (10:59 pm)

    One word says it all “Kent”

  • AlexDex December 29, 2012 (11:45 pm)

    Easy there John Keister!

  • WTF December 30, 2012 (11:29 am)

    @WsEd Stick to the topic.
    What “men” would home invade on a woman and her child, let alone be pathetic enough to point a gun at them. PsOS!

  • Evergreen December 30, 2012 (2:18 pm)

    Scary scary scary scary. That mother and 3 yo probably have PTSD.

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