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Deputy Chases Down Vehicle Prowler

SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. -
Spokane County Sheriff's Office Press Release:
 
Tuesday evening at about 10:00 p.m. Deputy Satake was patrolling the area of Division and Cascade Way.  Deputy Satake heard someone yelling to the south of his location and saw a male chasing another male through the parking lot of Tire O Rama.  Deputy Satake could hear the male in chase yell that the other male had robbed him.
 
Deputy Satake turned into the Costco parking lot and saw the suspect, later identified as 21 year old Orlando Jaramillo, running towards his patrol vehicle.  Deputy Satake exited his vehicle and ordered Jaramillo to stop.  Jaramillo failed to obey Deputy Satake's commands, turned and ran to the southeast.
 
Deputy Satake chased Jaramillo in the area of Circuit City and Tire O Rama.  Deputy Satake quickly caught Jaramillo, ordered him to the ground and detained him pursuant to his investigation.
 
The male victim that was chasing Jaramillo contacted Deputy Satake and told him he and his friend were getting fuel and a pop at a local gas station.  Jaramillo contacted them and asked for a cigarette.  They told him no.  When they came out of the gas station they saw both of their cell phones missing and saw Jaramillo running across the street.  They chased Jaramillo until he was apprehended by Deputy Satake.
 
Jaramillo pleaded with Deputy Satake to give him a break.  He said he was recently released from prison, was on active probation and had been "doing good".  Jaramillo said he needed a cell phone, did not have the money to buy one and chose to steal the victims' phones.
 
Jaramillo was booked into the Spokane County Jail on the charges of Vehicle Prowling, 3rd Degree Theft and Obstructing.
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