Violent confrontation caught on surveillance camera

Violent confrontation caught on surveillance camera

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by Katie Utehs & KREM.com

WCNC.com

Posted on May 16, 2012 at 6:41 AM

Updated Monday, Nov 25 at 3:00 PM

NORTH SPOKANE-- Theft victims tracked down the people suspected of stealing their car stereo and the violent confrontation was all caught on camera in North Spokane.

The victim's of the theft say it was 4:30p.m., when they looked out the window and saw someone breaking into their Honda, stealing the car stereo.

The suspects fled in a white SUV and pulled into the Thai Bamboo parking lot on North Division.

Tom Burgess showed us the violent confrontation captured on his surveillance cameras last week.

Minutes later the victim's caught up and blocked in the suspect’s SUV with their.

Police say one of the suspects pulled a large knife, so the victim backed off. The victim tried to keep his wife from backing their car away. When she exited the car, the driver of the SUV rams the Honda over and over.

Burgess says he's glad nobody was seriously injured; even the investigating officer was surprised by the confrontation.

Spokane police say the driver of the SUV, Kaylee Zornes and a white male named Travis could face assault and theft charges. No arrests have been made.

Police tracked down the SUV to a nearby garage. Witnesses report seeing car stereos being thrown from the vehicle.
 

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