KOMO Crime Blotter

Meet 19 suspected sex offenders wanted in Wash. state

Meet 19 suspected sex offenders wanted in Wash. state
Agapito Ajeto Jr., aka Sergio aka Pete aka Junior, has been wanted by the Washington State Department of Corrections since August 2014 on suspicion of rape of a child, child molestation and failing to register as a sex offender in King County.

These 19 men are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of wanted sex offenders.

Pizza Time employee has tips stolen at gunpoint

A man with a gun and an over-inflated sense of fast-food workers' responsibilities stole a Pizza Time employee's tips after the employee informed him he didn't have access to the restaurant's safe, according to the Olympia Police Department.

Police recover bikes, gear stolen from cross-continent cyclists

Police recover bikes, gear stolen from cross-continent cyclists
Billy Barnetson and Anna Suthers are riding from Alaska to South America. Police have recovered their bikes and gear two months after it was stolen outside a Mount Vernon restaurant.

Two months after a pair of Australian cyclists riding from Alaska to South America had their bikes and gear stolen from outside a Mount Vernon restaurant, police have arrested a married couple suspected to be responsible.

Police: Shotgun-toting man steals wine from neighbors' party

Police: Shotgun-toting man steals wine from neighbors' party
Officers arrest a 27-year-old South Lake Union resident who reportedly threatened neighbors with a shotgun after stealing their wine Sunday evening.

Victims armed themselves with sticks to reclaim several bottles of wine stolen from their party by a neighbor Sunday night, according to the Seattle Police Department. Unfortunately for them, their neighbor was reportedly defending his ill-gotten wine with a shotgun.

 

Meet 18 of Yakima County's newest wanted suspects

Meet 18 of Yakima County's newest wanted suspects
Aaron Ruiz-Ortega has been wanted on suspicion of domestic-violence assault since February 2014.

These 18 men and women, suspected of everything from burglary to drug possession to failing to appear in court, are the newest additions to the Yakima County Crime Stoppers' most-wanted list.