Kent Resident Arrested for Burglary After Sneaking Into Neighbor’s Home

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A 34-year-old Kent resident was arrested on Nov. 18 after he was caught attempting to rob his neighbor’s home, according to a police press release.

Kyle Sullivan was arrested and charged with two counts of 2nd degree burglary by Kent Police. A Whangtown Rd. resident heard a noise coming from his daughter’s room and when he went to check what it was, he saw a white male later identified as Sullivan standing there, the press release stated

The suspect fled out the window and raced off in a blue SUV type of vehicle as the homeowner called the police. Once officers and detectives received a description of the suspect, they eventually arrested Sullivan when he arrived home.

Kent Police searched Sullivan’s home and vehicle and found other stolen property from other burglaries in the area. Beside the Whangtown Rd. burglary charge, Sullivan was charged with a Lake Carmel burglary.

Sullivan was arraigned in the Town of Kent court and was remanded to the Putnam County Correctional Facility in lieu of a $75,000 cash bail or a $150,000 bond.



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