A Not-So Bright Week for Kitsap’s OffendersDecember 8th, 2006 by josh farley
A dropped cell phone during an armed robbery. An escape from work release with only 16 days to go in a jail sentence. The culprit’s license plate left behind at the scene of a hit-and-run.
All in all, not the brightest week for a few alleged offenders in Kitsap County.
It started with Jeffrey S. Jolibois, 44, who had a little more than two weeks to go on his work release jail sentence for DUI.
Instead, he left the work release facility Nov. 27, allegedly committing some petty thefts as well as attempting to rob a pharmacy last Friday.
When Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputies found him, they needed a Taser to arrest him, according to police reports.
Next up was a 24-year-old man, arrested Wednesday for an attempted armed robbery of the Burley Store back in July.
How did Kitsap County Sheriff’s detectives find him? He’d apparently left behind a cell phone at the back door of the store.
Late Thursday, a 30-year-old Kingston man was suspected of hitting a motorcyclist while the Kingston man was on a “beer run” and drunk, police said.
The same hour, a Bainbridge man who “reeked of alcohol” police said, was fighting with officers and feebly attempting to flee them in a row boat. He too was caught and arrested.
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