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A Washington sheriff’s office reported the strange case of the burglar who was arrested after the provision of the responding deputies with a box of donuts as a peace offering.”
“People are saying that the police love donuts, but we don’t recommend this method of delivery, delivery to the King County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook on Thursday, stating in a June 16 break-in of the station in Fairwood.
“What did the defendant steal after breaking in the window?” the post asked. “Don’t be. Instead, he was found sitting at a table in the back room, where deputies is usually to complete the paperwork. The suspect had put his feet on a chair, watching TV, and had just finished smoking a cigar.”
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The deputy who responded asked the defendant if he broke the window to get to the store, the suspect casually answered, “Yes.”
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The man said that he would rather go to prison for burglarizing the station, then “the death of his roommate,” the post said.
“However, out of the fear of the delegates would have to be crazy to be with him for the break-in, the defendant brought a peace offering: a fresh box of donuts he had just bought from a nearby grocery store,” according to the post. “What a cop does not like donuts, right?”
The man got his wish and was booked into jail for malicious mischief and trespassing, the Seattle Times reported.
A sheriff’s spokesman, told the newspaper that the man did not provide information on the member of the household.
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The Facebook post concluded by saying, “No word on the fate of the donuts.”