Detectives have arrested four men for the robbery of the Fremont 7-Eleven in early May.
Seattle Police, working with law enforcement in Mason County, arrested and booked all four suspects on May 4th.
The men robbed the 7-Eleven and attacked the clerk and a customer, sending both victims to the hospital with serious injuries.
Witnesses told police they’d seen the men before in Ballard and Fremont, and that they were driving a gold-colored sedan.
9 thoughts to “Police arrest 4 suspects in Fremont 7-Eleven robbery”
petey holmes will be sure none of these scumbags will suffer the indignity of too much (if any) jail time – they are just on the cusp of turning their lives around, you see.
Pete Holmes won’t be the one who prosecutes them since he only prosecutes misdemeanors. They will be prosecuted by King County prosecutors.
So Dan Satterberg will be sure none of these scumbags will suffer the indignity of too much (if any) jail time – they are just on the cusp of turning their lives around, you see.
I’m sure they are prime candidates for his LEAD Program.
The LEAD program offers rehab and services to people caught with under a gram of drugs. It has nothing to with robbery and assault, the crimes committed by these men.
Prosecuting? We don’t need no stinkin prosecuting. If jail time happens, these perps will simply become better criminals there. Time for adults to step back in and take control of things around here.
Are you suggesting vigilantism?
Armed Robbery is a Class A felony, a Strike for 3-Strikes-You’re-In purposes. Therefore it’s up to Dan Satterberg to charge these guys.
What is the basis of your contention that these men will not be charged?