Suspects arrested in interrupted burglaries in Lewis County
Two interrupted burglaries in 24 hours in Lewis County Tuesday and Wednesday have led to the arrests of five people and charges being referred against another suspect. The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office says shortly after 11 AM Tuesday deputies responded to an interrupted burglary in the 600 block of State Route 506 in Toledo. Deputies located two suspects. Arrested was 44-year old Jason C. Patterson of Onalaska and 32-year old Brady J. Stevens of Vader was referred on several charges.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, about 7:20 AM Wednesday deputies were dispatched to an interrupted burglary in the 2400 block of Seminary Hill Road in Centralia. The suspects fled in two vehicles. A Centralia police officer spotted one of the vehicles and detained the driver in the Logan district in Centralia.
Responding officers located the second vehicle and learned the three occupants had fled. After a search, two of the suspects were taken into custody. Arrested were 48-year old Eric M. McCarthy of Seattle, 53-year old Terry L. Hadley of Chehalis and 23-year old Austin N. Humphrey of Napavine.
Dusty Breen with the Sheriff's Office says the final suspect, 32-year old Erik Spicer of Napavine, turned himself into law enforcement about 7:05 PM Wednesday and was arrested and booked into the Lewis County jail.
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