Kennewick Police Crack 7 Month Old Case
KENNEWICK, Wash. - A man allegedly steals several camp trailers in Kennewick, now police believe they've got the man responsible.
It happened in May, and detectives cracked the case with help from some people who were out being proactive.
The first time police searched the home of the man they arrested, they didn't find anything, but the victims felt the man wasn't innocent and they wouldn't let it rest.
Tuesday, police arrested 49-year-old James David Woods for possession of stolen property. Woods allegedly stole a 5th wheel camp trailer, a tent trailer and a lawnmower from 5608 West 10th Avenue in Kennewick.
The victims kept checking Woods' home, finally saw their trailer and tipped off police. It had been seven months since the burglary.
"We just have to stay tenacious, have to stay after it, keep following up on leads and many times those leads eventually lead us to the right people and recovery of property," said Sgt. Ken Lattin, Kennewick Police Department.
And police need your help looking for someone else they think is involved, 22-year-old Amanda Marie Wilson. She's 5' 4", 135 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. She also goes by the last name Stueckle.
If you have any information call Crime Stoppers at 586-TIPS or 1-800-222-TIPS.