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Armed Robbery At Erotique Boutique; Employee Tied Up

SPOKANE, Wash. - Early Tuesday morning around 2:05 Spokane Police Officers responded to a report of a Robbery at the Hollywood Erotique Boutique at 3813 N. Division. The complainant stated that two males came in with guns, tied her up, and took money and other items from the business. The complainant was able to give very good descriptions of one of the suspects. 

Spokane Police Officers arrived on scene to the area. As officers were awaiting the arrival of a K-9 to track the suspects, Spokane Police Officer Darrell Quarles spotted a subject who matched one of the suspect descriptions riding on a bike a few blocks away from the business.

Officer Quarles stopped and detained the suspect. The suspect had numerous items stolen in the robbery on his person. The witness also identified him as one of the suspects. Officers searched for the second suspect but he was not located.

The suspect arrested was identified as James A. Turnipseed, a 32-year old male from Spokane. Turnipseed was transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail for 1st Degree Robbery. The missing suspect was described as white male wearing a mask and wearing blue jeans.  Anyone with any information on the identity of the missing suspect can call Crime Check at 456-2233.            

 

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