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Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for tips on the location of a Spokane woman arrested for a marijuana grow during a burglary investigation.
Detectives found marijuana plants at Allison E. Hubbard’s home at 106045 E. 6th last summer after a busted burglar, Jonothon A. Delay, said he had a “shopping list” of marijuana grow items to steal for her, according to court documents. Delay recently was sentenced to prison.
Hubbard, 29, has been wanted on a $10,000 warrant for manufacturing a controlled substance after she didn’t show up for an arraignment in September. She also has warrants for first-degree posession of stolen property and unlawful posession of a firearm, according to Crime Stoppers. Now Crime Stoppers is upping the ante.
Hubbard’s criminal history includes convictions for city assault, second-degree burglary and third-degree assault. Anyone with information on her location is asked to call 1-800-222-TIPS or submit tips online.
A string of apartment burglaries that led police to a marijuana growing operation earned a Spokane man about 2 1/2 years in prison.
William F. Searight, 22, pleaded guilty to 10 counts of second-degree burglary and received 29.75 months in prison. Searight burglarized a string of Spokane Valley apartment complexes in March, as well as a hydroponic grow shop in February.
Searight’s alleged accomplice in at least two of the burglaries, Jonothon A. Delay, 19, told detectives he’d burgled the grow shop for marijuana grow equipment, which led police to dismantle a grow at 106045 E. 6th.
Allison E. Hubbard, 29, is wanted on a $10,000 warrant for manufacturing a controlled substance after she didn’t show up for an arraignment in September, according to court records.
Delay pleaded guilty earlier this month to four counts of second-degree burglary and was sentenced to 50 months in prison. He also has convictions for theft and second-degree robbery. Searight doesn’t appear to have previous convictions.
A string of apartment burglaries led police to a marijuana growing operation after the theft suspects admitted to stealing hydroponic grow equipment.
William F. Searight, 22, is to be arraigned today on charges related to nine burglaries at Spokane Valley apartment complexes in March.
Jonothan A. Delay, 19, is also charged with two of those burglaries and is due in Superior Court this afternoon..
The men also are accused of a Feb. 17 burglary at Spokane Organic & Hydroponic, 4823 E. Sprague.
Spokane County Sheriff’s Office detectives say Searight targeted flat-screen televisions in the apartment burglaries. Surveillance video from one complex showed a dark Toyota Four-Runner with a bulldog decal in the back window; detectives identified the truck’s owner as Searight’s brother, who told them Delay or Searight had driven the vehicle, according to court documents.
Detectives searched a home at 5069 Rail Canyon Road in Springdale in April and found Searight, who they say confessed to committing the apartment burglaries.
“Searight had an accomplice which he refused to name, but identified him as a young kid with minimal criminal history,” according to a search warrant.
The next day, after a short chase, police arrested Delay for a burglary at Allied Building Supplies, 2808 E. Boone Ave.
Delay reportedly admitted to detectives that he’d burgled the grow shop for marijuana grow equipment, and that he’d stolen chainsaws from Country Home Power, 5323 E. Sprague, as well as a stealing as guns and a 200-gallon fuel pump tank from a property in Whitman County,a according to a search warrant.
Delay said he sold stolen items to 19-year-old Dustin W. Riggles, and that he had a “shopping list” of marijuana grow items to steal for a woman police identified as Allison E. Hubbard, 29, accoridng to court documents.
Police searched Hubbard’s home at 106045 E. 6th and dismantled a marijuana growing operation. She’s charged with manufacturing a controlled substance. Her sister, Marcy D. Hubbard, 28, is charged with two counts of first-degree trafficking in stolen property. Delay and Riggles face the same charge.
Delay also is charged with two counts of second-degree burglary and two counts of second-degree theft, and Searight faces 10 counts of second-degree burglary and eight counts of second-degree theft. Charges were filed July 30.
Both men, who are in jail, also are charged with one count of residential burglary and two counts of possession of a stolen firearm.