The Arrest Report is now available for Friday, November 6th, 2020. Agencies in Thurston County made 1 felony arrest, 5 misdemeanor arrests, and 2 warrant arrests (2 felony, 0 misdemeanor) for a total of 8.
- Masters, N. Theft of Motor Vehicle, Possession Controlled Subst with Intent to Deliver Synthetic Narco. Unknown location of arrest. Arrested by Thurston County SO, held in Thurston County Jail.
- Barrett, T. Assault 4th Degree DV. 6000 blk 13th Ave SE. Arrested by Lacey PD, held in Nisqually Jail.
- Bouret, A. DWLS 3rd Degree. 500 blk 1st St S. Arrested by Yelm PD, released on scene.
- Dixon, T. Criminal Trespass. 700 blk Sleater Kinney Rd SE. Arrested by Lacey PD, held in Nisqually Jail.
- Gorsuch, T. Harassment DV (2). 2900 blk Fir St SE. Arrested by Olympia PD, held in Olympia City Jail.
- Nichols, D. Theft 3rd Degree – Shoplifting. 1400 blk Galaxy Dr NE. Arrested by Lacey PD, held in Nisqually Jail.
Warrants (Felony or Misdemeanor)
- Case, W. DOC Violation – Probation Violation (F). 1100 blk Galaxy Dr NE. Arrested by Lacey PD, held in Nisqually Jail.
- Streuli, L. DOC Violation – Escape Community Custody (F). 200 blk Thurston Ave NE. Arrested by Olympia PD, held in Nisqually Jail.
*Being arrested does not mean that a person is guilty of the charge(s) listed and all persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. Charges listed are initial offenses referred by the officer at the time of arrest that are based on probable cause (except in the case of a warrant arrest). The Prosecutor decides if charges will be filed in court, and if so, what those charges will be.
Please also understand that this report does not include any misdemeanor arrests made by TCSO or WSP that don’t result in a suspect being booked into jail. Misdemeanor suspects are often “cited and released”, depending on the crime, at the discretion of the Officer. We have no way of finding this information quickly.
Those who would like more information about a specific case can find it by searching the various jail rosters and other online resources, such as the “Daily Bulletin” on the Police2Citizen website.