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In brief: Police seeking burglary suspects, items’ owners

Tue., April 2, 2013, midnight

Spokane police are searching for two men suspected of burglarizing homes after knocking on doors under the guise of soliciting yard work.

Trevor J. Haugen, 23, and Zachory J. Davis, 21, were first arrested last week, but Davis was released on his own recognizance and Haugen was released due to a clerical error at the prosecutor’s office, according to a Spokane Police Department news release.

After receiving tips and conducting surveillance, police pulled Haugen and Davis over and searched their home, on the 1300 block of East Princeton Avenue, and their car.

Police found jewelry, coins and other items and began trying to match unsolved burglaries with property recovered from the search warrant. Detectives are now asking for assistance identifying items they have not been able to link to previously reported burglaries. The property will be displayed on the Spokane Police Department’s Facebook page, and detectives ask that anyone spotting their belongings make a report.

Two arrested at home tied to dismemberment

Two adults who live in the home where a 19-year-old was killed and partially dismembered in January have been arrested on drug charges.

Richard C. Hebert, 25, and Erica A. Ellis, 24, are accused of possessing methamphetamine. Hebert also is accused of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

A SWAT team entered 4818 N. Lincoln St. Friday afternoon.It’s the same home where Dylan J. Heinen, 19, was shot and killed in January, then partially dismembered with a hatchet.

Investigators say Jeremy M. McVicker, 19, who lived at the home, accidentally shot Heinen, then panicked and began trying to dismember him in an effort to dispose of the body. He remains jailed on a $1 million bond, charged with manslaughter and destroying evidence.

Man arrested after linked to 2012 murder attempt

DNA evidence from a cigarette butt has linked a man to a 2012 attempted murder investigation in which a woman claimed she was bound with duct tape and kidnapped, threatened by two men with a gun and then dumped in the woods near Springdale as her assailants fired at her.

Spokane police arrested Kirk A. Beaulieu, 31. He is held on a $500,000 bond on the charges of first-degree kidnapping and attempted first-degree murder.

A second suspect, Daniel J. Dublin, 33, is in jail on suspicion of first-degree assault stemming from an unrelated shooting on Jan. 12.


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