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Prolific felon faces multiple charges in crime spree | HeraldNet.com

EVERETT — David Elmer’s criminal career began in 1986, when at just 14, he was convicted of attempted burglary.

Now 45 and with more than 20 felony convictions on his rap sheet, mostly for drugs and property crimes, the Gold Bar man may be poised to to add half a dozen more.

Elmer was charged this week with a grab bag of crimes, all stemming from a Nov. 10 spree that allegedly began with his terrorizing an ex-girlfriend in Everett. It morphed into a dangerous police chase that included ramming two patrol cars, and ended with threats to kill the state trooper who chased him down at gunpoint.

The frequent felon was on community custody at the time, deputy prosecutor Rachel Cormier Anderson said in Snohomish County Superior Court papers.

She charged Elmer with second-degree assault, attempting to elude police, first-degree malicious mischief and harassment, all for actions allegedly directed at police.

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Prolific felon faces multiple charges in crime spree

EVERETT — David Elmer’s criminal career began in 1986, when at just 14, he was convicted of attempted burglary.

Now 45 and with more than 20 felony convictions on his rap sheet, mostly for drugs and property crimes, the Gold Bar man may be poised to to add half a dozen more.

Elmer was charged this week with a grab bag of crimes, all stemming from a Nov. 10 spree that allegedly began with his terrorizing an ex-girlfriend in Everett. It morphed into a dangerous police chase that included ramming two patrol cars, and ended with threats to kill the state trooper who chased him down at gunpoint.

The frequent felon was on community custody at the time, deputy prosecutor Rachel Cormier Anderson said in Snohomish County Superior Court papers.

She charged Elmer with second-degree assault, attempting to elude police, first-degree malicious mischief and harassment, all for actions allegedly directed at police.

Read more at: http://www.heraldnet.com/news/prolific-felon-facing-multiple-charges-in-crime-spree/

Suspect faces more than 100 charges in crime spree

Police say they’ve broken up a crime spree that caused nearly $100,000 in property damage through related break-ins, vandalism and thefts at apartment and condominium complexes and parking garages this fall.

More than 80 windows were smashed in vehicles between Sept. 11 and Nov. 18, resulting in $89,000 of damage. Valuables worth $8,000 were stolen from the cars, police said.

During that time, the suspect broke into 12 apartment and condominium complexes and gained access to the parking garages where 58 vehicles had their windows smashed. Items were stolen from 18 of those vehicles.

Police released a long list of addresses spread across the south end of the city from St. Vital to Fort Garry to Lindenwoods authorities believe are related.

Brent Vernon Arksey, 28, was arrested and faces more than 100 charges related to the crime spree, including 58 counts of mischief under $5,000, 25 counts of theft under $5,000 and 12 counts

Read more at: https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/suspect-faces-more-than-100-charges-in-crime-spree-461069103.html

Man shot by police in Titusville faces charges in Crawford crime spree

The Venango County resident is accused of taking vehicles, guns in Rome Township before he was shot while running from police in August.

TITUSVILLE — A man accused of committing a series of crimes in eastern Crawford County before he was shot after breaking into a Titusville home in an attempt to evade police faces charges in four criminal cases.

Timothy A. McGarvie, 30, of Rouseville, Venango County, awaits arraignment before Titusville District Judge Amy Nicols in criminal cases filed between Aug. 24, when he was charged by state police with stealing a vehicle and running from troopers; and Monday, when he was charged in connection with his apprehension in Titusville on Aug. 26. An arraignment was scheduled before Nicols on Monday afternoon but did not take place. A new arraignment date had not been scheduled as of Tuesday.

McGarvie remains in the State

Read more at: http://www.goerie.com/news/20171124/man-shot-by-police-in-titusville-faces-charges-in-crawford-crime-spree

Smithville man faces charges in 3-month crime spree

SMITHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A Smithville man faces more than a dozen charges stemming from a three-month crime spree.

Police said Ryan Taylor stole tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of items since July.

According to authorities, Taylor allegedly burglarized a barn on July 14 where $10,000 worth of things, including a computer, fishing equipment and clothing were stolen.

Days later, on July 18, Taylor reportedly entered a mini-storage building and stole musical instruments and jewelry, among other things valued at $34,000.

On Sept. 30, the 24-year-old is accused of breaking into a car and stealing a gun, tools and a GPS.

He then reportedly broke into the same shed twice on Hannah’s Branch Road on Oct. 3 and Oct. 5.

The next day, authorities said he is also accused of breaking into a home on Allen Ferry Road where jewelry, a television and a laptop were taken.

Taylor faces a total of 14 charges, including aggravated

Read more at: http://wkrn.com/2017/10/18/smithville-man-faces-charges-in-3-month-crime-spree/

Teen faces crime spree charges | The Chronicle Herald

A Halifax teen is facing charges after a mini-crime spree that came to light when someone driving a stolen car hit a cyclist near the intersection of Jubilee and Fairfield roads Tuesday.

Police were called to the scene shortly after 7 a.m. after a car hit a 60-year-old woman on a bicycle. She wasn’t injured.

“At 7:15 a.m., a call came in regarding a car that had crashed and flipped on its roof at the corner of Prince Arthur Street and Tupper Grove,” said a Halifax regional police news release. “The uninjured lone male driver was seen walking away from the crash.”

When investigators went to the home of the man who owns the crashed car, they learned it had been stolen overnight, along with the owner’s wallet, car keys and laptop.

By 7:39 a.m., patrol officers on Connaught Avenue found a man matching the description of the teen driving the stolen

Read more at: http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1508725-teen-faces-crime-spree-charges

Man pleads guilty in crime spree; faces 3 to 13 years in prison

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Windsor man faces charges for crime spree in stolen vehicles across Ontario

A Windsor man is facing an array of charges for a series of criminal exploits reminiscent of the video game Grand Theft Auto.

Claudio Topulli, 25, of Windsor, was arrested in July but Elgin County OPP did not announce his charges until earlier this week.

The charges are: Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, flight while being pursued by police, failure to stop at a scene of an accident, intimidation while following on a highway, robbery, and two counts of possession of stolen property (value over $5,000).

The offences allegedly occurred over a distance of several hundred kilometres, spanning five different county jurisdictions.

Provincial police were alerted on July 26 around noon about a stolen vehicle moving erratically in the eastbound lanes of Highway 401 toward the community of Rodney, Ont.

Chatham-Kent OPP members located the vehicle in motion on the road and attempted to bring it to a safe stop.

But the vehicle’s driver refused

Read more at: http://windsorstar.com/news/local-news/windsor-man-faces-charges-for-crime-spree-in-stolen-vehicles-across-ontario