Retail Burglary Suspects Facing Charge of Violating Governor’s ‘Stay-at-Home’ Order

Police in Gig Harbor say a couple accused of breaking into a Target store Tuesday night during an attempted burglary is each facing a charge of Violation of an Order of the Governor in a State of Emergency. Governor Jay Inslee has ordered all Washington state residents to avoid leaving their homes until April 8 to avoid spreading the Coronavirus. Violation of the order is a Gross Misdemeanor.

Detectives say they identified the suspects from surveillance video at the Target store in Puyallup as 24-year-old Roman Kanonik and 23 year old Kayla Kupcsak. The two are already suspects in 29 open investigations in Washington and Oregon with charges including Organized Retail Theft, Burglary and Theft 3rd degree. Detectives say the cases are currently also under review for Federal charges…  Q13 Fox News

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