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Reward offered for Otis Orchards vandals

Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest is offering a reward for information leading the arrest and conviction of vandals who damaged more than 15 cars in Otis Orchards this week. Stometime between Monday night and Tueday morning, more than a dozen vehicles on or near Wellesley Avenue between Campbell Road and the Idaho state line had their windows broken out.

Anyone will information on the vandalism spree is asked to call the Crime Stoppers tip line at (800) 222-TIPS. Callers can remain anonymous.

Reward offered for hungry burglars

Homeowners in the 500 block of North Glenn Road returned home from work on Monday to discover that they were missing several valuables. Burglars forced open a rear sliding door and took three firearms and electronics from the house and a 2001 silver Isuzu Trooper that was parked in the garage, according to a police press release. Whoever broke in also helped themselves to some beef sticks from the pantry.

The thieves were thorough enough to steal four security cameras as well as the device being used to record the video footage, the press release said. At least they were apparently considerate enough to shut the garage door behind them after they stole the car.

Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information that helps solve the case. Anyone with information on the crime can call the tip line at (800) 222-TIPS or visit www.crimestoppersinlandnorthwest.org. Tipsters do not have to give their name.  

Reward offered for burglary tips

Crimes Stoppers of the Inland Northwest is offering a reward for information that helps solve a burglary that occurred at the Game On store located in the 11800 block of East First Ave. in Spokane Valley sometime late Monday or early Tuesday. Thieves stole cash and electronics worth more than $14,000. The Spokane Valley Police Department has released an itemized list of the items stolen, including eight X-box gaming systems, 16 X-box controllers, 150 X-box video games, a Toshiba laptop, two X-box external hard drvies and 100 Blue Ray movies. It appears the thief or thieves have a fondness for playing video games and watching movies.

Anyone with information on the burglary is asked to call the Crime Stoppers tip line at (800) 222-TIPS or visit www.crimestoppersinlandnorthwest.org.

Weekend robbery

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of a man who put a woman in a choke hold, then punched her in the face before stealing her purse and shopping bags on Sunday. The 61-year-old woman had arrived at Poppy's Tavern, 415 S. Dishman Mica Road, to open up for the day. Reporter Meghann Cuniff has more here.

Spokane Valley fugitives wanted

Crime Stoppers is offering cash rewards for two Spokane Valley residents who are wanted for violating the conditions of their probation. Anyone with information on their locations can call the Crime Stoppers tip line at (800) 222-TIPS or go online. Tipsters don’t have to give their names in order to collect the reward.

Earl T. Clapper, a 27-year-old white male, is wanted for violating his probation on an assault conviction. He has a 13 year criminal history that includes vehicle theft, assault, drug possession, theft and mucy more. He is 6’ 3” tall and 300 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes. His last reported address was 12921 E. Olive.

Shannell L. Haddon, a 27-year-old white woman, is wanted for violating her probation on a drug conviction. Her criminal history spans 10 years and includes felony theft, possession of stolen property, vehicle prowling and hit and run. She is 5’ 7” tall and weighs 130 pounds. She has blond hair and blue eyes. Her last reported address was 11920 E. Mansfield.

 

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