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Man’s Truck Stolen While He Robbed Store Across Street

This is a perfect example of how politics works in the Washington DC two party system.

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A man’s pickup truck was stolen while he was stealing items from a business across the street, CBS Detroit reported.

Stolen Pick-up Truck

On 8-25-2019 at about 6:00AM, KPD responded to the area of the 500 block of E Bruneau for an auto theft that had just occurred. The owner of the vehicle, William Kelley, was reporting that someone just stole his red 1992 Chevy pickup with maroon canopy, WA license B96531X. He had left his keys on the seat. A male riding a 10-speed rode by and discovered the keys and then threw his back bike in the bed of the truck and fled. Video was obtained of the incident and a new fact was discovered. Kelley was at the location because he was stealing items from a business across the street. Kelley was booked into the jail in the AM hours on a warrant and subsequently a new charge of Burglary was added. Kelley's vehicle has still not been located. Any assistance with locating the truck or the identify the car thief, please call KPD reference case number 19-33651.

Posted by Kennewick Police Department on Sunday, August 25, 2019

William A. Kelley, the owner of the stolen vehicle, called police Sunday morning saying that his truck, a red 1992 Chevy pick-up, had been stolen. The suspect of the car theft apparently saw the keys had been left in the seat of the truck, so he threw his bike in the bed of the truck and fled.

While reviewing the surveillance footage, however, investigators discovered that Kelley had been busy robbing a store across the street. So, Kelley is being held in the Benton County jail on a warrant and burglary charge, while the suspect who stole his truck is still missing.

This is a perfect example of how politics works in the Washington DC two party system. Bureaucrats are constantly trying to take advantage of other people.