Additional Suspects Arrested in Freeman Parentâ€™s Vehicle Prowling
Investigators arrested 39 â€“year-old Larry D. Flett and 37 year-old Renee C Mann on several felony charges for their involvement in the prowling of a Freeman High School parentâ€™s vehicle, parked on Hwy 27, as the worried parents attempted to contact their children and make sure they were safe last Wednesday.
On September 19, 2017, at approximately 7:50 p.m., a joint operation between the Spokane County Sheriffâ€™s Office Investigative Task Force (ITF), the Spokane Police Department PACT Team, and the Spokane Police Department Patrol Division led to the arrest of the two additional suspects involved in the vehicle prowling.Â Within hours, the suspects fraudulently used the victimâ€™s stolen credit cards.
Sheriffâ€™s Office lead ITF Detective Dean Meyer applied for, and was granted, a search warrant for a residence in the 1500 block of N. Lincoln Street in Spokane.Â Together the Spokane County Sheriffâ€™s Office Investigative Task Force, the Spokane Police Department PACT Team and the Spokane Police Department Patrol Division executed the warrant and arrested Flett and Mann.
A third person, unrelated to this incident, was contacted at the location and arrested for an active Washington State Department of Corrections Escape Community Custody warrant.
Flett was booked into Spokane County Jail for Theft 2nd Degree (8 counts), Theft 3rd Degree and Vehicle Prowling 2nd Degree.
Mann was booked into Spokane County Jail for Theft 2nd Degree (8 counts), Theft 3rd Degree (2 counts), Identify Theft 2nd Degree and Forgery. Mann was also booked on an outstanding Misdemeanor theft warrant
Additionally, Detective Meyer charged Nicole D. Jensen, arrested Monday, with additional charges of Theft 2nd Degree (8 counts), Theft 2nd Degree, Vehicle Prowling 2nd Degree and Possession of a Controlled Substance â€“ Cocaine.
These arrests are the direct result of the community taking action and assisting law enforcement with identifying these suspects, as well as all the local law enforcement agencies coming together, working as a team to locate, arrest and hold these suspects accountable for their criminal acts.
Deputy Mark Gregory
Spokane County Sheriff’s Office
Spokane Valley Police Department
Public Information Officer