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Four arrested for alleged burglaries

MARYSVILLE — Four people were arrested on burglary charges Tuesday following a brief standoff with Marysville police.

Police arrived at a home in the 5000 block of 103rd Place NE about 4 p.m. When police attempted to contact people inside the home, they heard the sound of a handgun being cocked, according to Cmdr. Ralph Krusey.

A man and a woman fled out the back door and police heard other people yelling inside the home. Officers surrounded the home. After a brief standoff, police arrested four people on burglary charges, a 23-year-old Snohomish man, 21-year old Everett man, a 25-year-old Lake Stevens man and a 23-year old Everett woman.

A 19-year-old Marysville woman was arrested on an unrelated felony warrant.

Earlier in the day, police had spotted two suspicious vehicles near 59th Avenue and Grove Street, a Mercedes Benz convertible with the top down and a second car that appeared to be following it.

When the second car failed to stop at a stop sign, police stopped the car. The driver, a 23-year-old Monroe man, was driving with a suspended license. Police found what appeared to be stolen property in the car.

This led police home in the 7000 block of 55th Avenue NE that had just been burglarized.

Police suspect both the Mercedes and a handgun were stolen from the home.

The investigation led them to the home in the 5000 block of 103rd Place NE.

Everett: Man dies when pickup crashes

A 24-year-old Everett man was killed Monday night when he was thrown from a pickup truck when it crashed.

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner identified the man as Jakob Robert Thompson.

A second man, 34, suffered minor injuries. The crash happened about 10 p.m. in the 11400 block of 35th Avenue SE, south of Everett. Investigators believe the men were headed north when the pickup left the road and rolled, Snohomish County sheriff’s spokeswoman Rebecca Hover said.

The younger man, the driver, was ejected and died at the scene of the crash. The older man was taken to a local hospital where he was treated and released.

Police are investigating alcohol as a contributing factor in the crash, Hover said. The collision remains under investigation.

From Herald staff reports

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