Expenses were submitted by way of the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Business office on March 2 towards Robert Earl Medley for the theft of a motor car and making an attempt to elude a pursuing police vehicle. The point out asked for the defendant’s bail to be set to $35,000, and that he possesses no weapons, have no new legislation violations, go to all future court docket hearings, and to retain his deal with up-to-date with the court docket.
On Feb. 27 at about 7:33 p.m., a person parked at the Juanita Safeway to buy a banana, and when he arrived out, noticed his car—a Volkswagen Golfing Alltrack—was missing from the parking ton. In accordance to the law enforcement report, the sufferer remaining his auto engine operating while he was in the retailer for about ten minutes. The sufferer informed police officers that he introduced his car crucial fob with him, having said that the doorways could have been still left unlocked.
Shortly right after Kirkland Law enforcement situated the auto at 11500 block of NE 124th Road. Law enforcement files point out the officer turned on his overhead lights and pulled in entrance of the stolen vehicle at a 45-degree angle.
The driver of the stolen car or truck, later on determined as Robert Earl Medley, quickly put the car or truck in reverse, backed the automobile up, and attempted an unlawful U-turn, according to charging paperwork. All through this approach, Medley struck an oncoming Honda Accord that experienced two occupants within and triggered considerable problems to the motor vehicle.
According to the law enforcement report, the KPD officer approached the driver’s side door with his gun drawn and purchased Medley to exit the auto, which he complied with and was compelled down to a inclined posture on the pavement. All through this time, the motor vehicle rolled in the direction of the officer and Medley, and rolled around Medley’s remaining leg when gaining speed down the hill eastbound.
The auto struck an occupied 1995 Mercedes Benz, jumped the sidewalk, and produced effect with a fenced construction zone on the north conclusion of the street, according to the law enforcement report. Medley was then placed in handcuffs, which was when the officer observed an empty leather holster on his midsection belt. The detective questioned in which the gun was positioned, and Medley refused to remedy. Officers positioned the gun lying on the motor vehicle floorboard.
During the time of filing fees, Medley has a Fugitive from justice matter for Endeavor to Elude (2021). The defendant’s felony convictions are Illegal shipping and delivery of Cannabis (OR) Theft in the First Diploma (OR) Felon in Possession of a weapons (2x in OR) Malicious Mischief in the Next Degree (2014).
The defendant’s arraignment hearing will choose spot on March 16 at 8:30 a.m.