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Spokane police officers locate Wallette and Stolz

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Terrence Wallette Terrence Wallette
Sabrina Stolz Sabrina Stolz

SPOKANE, Wash.- According to Spokane Police Officers, Terrence C. Wallette and Sabrina Stolz have been located and arrested on a variety of charges. Police had been looking for the two ever since Stolz was reported as a juvenile runaway back on July 16th.

According to officers, the 21 year-old Wallette locked up the 16 year-old Stolz in his bedroom and forced her to urinate in a cup. Police say Wallette moved into an apartment with Stolz where he installed deadbolts on his bedroom door and locked her inside. She was not allowed to use the bathroom and was given a cup to urinate in.

Just before 5:00 Wednesday morning, police say they located the two, following tips, in the 3500 block of E Crown Avenue. After about an hour of talking to the family, officers say they were able to convince the two to surrender to police.

Wallette was booked for an outstanding domestic violence order of protection warrant and Sabrina N Stolz was arrested for two theft warrants, a minor in possession of alcohol warrant and a juvenile runaway warrant.  

Wallette was booked into Spokane County Jail and Stolz was booked into the Juvenile Detention Center.    

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