Spokane police SWAT officers arrested a man suspected of assault, burglary, felony harassment and other charges at a north Spokane apartment complex after they found him hiding inside the false bottom of a bunk bed Thursday afternoon. Xbox live chat app saw the suspect, Jason W. Ely, 41, at an apartment complex on N. Addison St. Terry Preuninger.
Ely then spotted the officers and ran inside an apartment. Officers knew a woman and her child were in the apartment, and she was not answering her phone, Preuninger said. The SWAT team was activated at 2 p.
Ely had a history of violence and made statements about not returning to jail or being taken alive, according to police Lt. Dan Waters. Step chat rooms said one of the charges against Ely was firearm-related.
Police blocked the road into the apartment complex, and Mead School District buses dropped children off at a road block for police to escort them safely to their residences, Preuninger said. The less talk more fuckn eventually left the apartment and said Ely was not inside, Preuninger said.
Officers obtained a search warrant and then used a police dog and a robot to search the residence. Police located Ely inside the false bottom of old brownsboro place sex chat wood-frame bunk bed, Preuninger said.
Preuninger said police did not recover any weapons on his person.
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