Suspected burglars arrested on felony charges - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Suspected burglars arrested on felony charges

SPOKANE, Wash. -  Spokane Police have arrested two men in connection with the burglary of Kelly's Custom Car Audio Wednesday night.

Kelly's, in the 5500 block of N. Market was robbed sometime after the store closed Wednesday. The suspects used a vehicle to ram a gate at the business and a very large amount of stereo equipment was stolen.

Two officers followed up on evidence found at the scene, which led them to a house where they located the first suspect, 32-year-old Jonathon Marquiss. Marquiss was found in possession of a handgun and the investigation grew as they gathered information, which led them to a second house, two storage units, and the vehicle used in the crime.

Detectives served search warrants on all these locations and the car and found stereo equipment, three handguns and methamphetamine. At least one of the handguns was stolen, and the other property found is thought to have come from other burglaries.

The other suspect arrested was 37-year-old Christopher Cannata. Cannata has 21 previous convictions and was booked on a burglary charge, among others.

Jonathon Marquiss is also a convicted felon. He was arrested and charged with firearm and burglary charges, among others.

Police say there was so much property stolen that Kelly's Custom Car Audio is not able to reopen due to severe lack of inventory.

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