Two extra West Seattle Crime Watch notes:
BUSINESS BURGLARY: Beveridge Place Pub in Morgan Junction was burglarized early this morning, proprietor Gary Sink tells WSB: “Broken window, some cash and a few items stolen, but we’re secure (thanks to Dan Austin at Peel & Press!) and up and running normal hours.” We’ll add security-camera photos if and after we get them. He says this occurred round 4:30 am at present; you probably have any data, the SPD incident # is 22-109918.
GUN CHARGE AFTER RV SEARCH: A 39-year-old man is charged with illegal gun possession after an incident final week at Harbor Island Marina, and the court docket papers inform the story of what was discovered when police searched the RV through which he was discovered. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office supplied charging paperwork within the case towards Jonathan L. Dennington. The paperwork say this began final Tuesday afternoon when Port of Seattle Police have been dispatched to take a look at a number of RVs parked with out permission within the car parking zone of the marina (a port facility). They noticed Dennington slumped over one RV’s steering wheel. As they tried to awaken him, they observed a rifle wedged within the seat. Subsequent investigation confirmed each that Pennington was a 12-time convicted felon and that the gun was one in all 4 taken from a locked gun protected throughout a South Park enterprise housebreaking two weeks earlier. Meantime, Dennington is reported to have handed out once more whereas police have been taking him into custody and was revived with Narcan. The charging paperwork say his RV had a plate that crossreferenced to a automobile whose final registered proprietor mentioned she offered it a 12 months in the past – however that was solely the beginning of what else police discovered; after impounding the RV, they bought a search warrant and located objects inside, together with a shotgun, three bins of shotgun shells, 20 bins of “assorted trading cards,” three license plates, two driver’s licenses in different names, “assorted miscellaneous house and car keys,” varied “lockout tools,” and paperwork within the title of the sufferer of the South Park housebreaking. One of the license plates, plus the VIN, led them to suspect the RV was stolen; they contacted its registered proprietor, who mentioned he had offered it. Meantime, Dennington stays in jail, bail set at $50,000.