Three notes in Crime watch this evening:
ARREST WITH BURGLARY: A brief police summary reports a burglary on Tuesday night at Park West Nursing Center in the 1700 block of California SW. The summary says, “Upon arrival, officers found a window leading to a broken basement door. An inside check found a suspect hiding in a cabinet. He was arrested and imprisoned; a judge did not set a bond, so tonight, after less than 24 hours, he was released. The 44-year-old suspect does not appear to have a criminal record; he is awaiting trial on an October misdemeanor charge in which he was arrested for wielding a four-foot stick at people near Pike Place Market.
BURGLARY COSTS: We reported this case last night on the partner site White center now – a man charged with three recent business burglaries in White Center and one in Burien. The suspect, 34 Nicolas e pierce, will be arrested next week. He remains in jail instead of a $ 25,000 bond, half of what the King County Attorney’s Office had asked.
SUSPECT OF SUSPICIOUS COMMERCIAL INCIDENTS: Last week we reported the case of a 44-year-old man Joseph milojevich, accused of theft for a shoplifting turned violent in West Seattle Thriftway (WSB sponsor) and with harassment for threatening the owner of The beer crossroads. We have also reported how it came out on earlier cases due to skills issues. Today her case was sent to court on a motion by the defense to have her undergo a mental assessment. Court documents say he was awaiting hospital treatment for an attempt to re-establish jurisdiction for a previous case, and that is why they want him to be re-evaluated. A judge granted the request. Milojevich remains in prison, the bail is set at $ 76,000. We got the photo to the right from state corrections, but note it’s from 2003 – the most recent one they own.