Wash. Man Wheels Stolen TV Past Police Station
December 28, 2010
King County prosecutors have filed theft charges against a 22-year-old man who wheeled a stolen television past the Auburn (Wash.) PD's station, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Johnathon D. Barnes allegedly grabbed the 50-inch set out of the back of a Quality Rentals delivery truck, then attempted to wheel it away in a shopping cart. An Auburn officer intervened after seeing Barnes pushing the shopping cart past the front gate of the East Main Street police station.
Read the full story at SeattlePI.com.
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