Nope, nothing sketchy about this robbery

From an arrest report filed Thursday by Everett police. Identifying details are removed.

On 9-19-12 at 21:25 hours (the victim) reported he was robbed by (the suspect) inside (a home along) 7th Avenue SE. (Victim) advised he was “pocket checked” by (suspect) and threatened with a large screwdriver. (Victim) said he had $3,400.00 in cash (all in one hundred dollar bills) taken from his wallet. (Victim) said he knew (suspect) from being incarcerated together at the Snohomish County Jail.

According to the Everett police blotters shared on Facebook, the victim had gone to the home looking for “a female who stole from him before he went to jail.”

That’s when he and the suspect got into a confrontation, according to the blotters.

The suspect was being held Friday at the Snohomish County Jail for investigation of first-degree robbery.

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