Alexa Marie Brown
15 year old white female
5’ 5, 150lbs, hair burgundy, eyes green
Alexa is currently a runaway out of Lacey, WA. She has an outstanding warrant in NCIC. It is believed that she is in the Tacoma / Pierce County area being exploited. She was last seen in South Tacoma at a local hotel. Alexa’s hair as been colored burgundy and she may ap-pear older then her actual age. Lacey Detectives need your help in lo-cating Alexa.
Anyone with information on the location of Alexa is asked to call Detective Stansberry at the Lacey Police Department at 360-459-4333 or Olympia Thurston County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
On Sunday, January 12, a dozen vehicle prowls occurred at local fitness clubs in the cities of Lacey and Olympia. The suspect(s) smashed windows and stole items that were left inside the vehicles while the owners were inside the fitness clubs. All the crimes appear to have occurred between 4 pm and 6 pm.
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On December 14th at approximately 8:00 PM, a developmentally disabled male left a convenience store located at Lacey Blvd and Ruddell Road S.E. and observed 3 males following him. As he continued walking in the 1600 block of Judd Street, one of the males approached him, demanded him to “give him what he had” and when he refused, the male struck him in the face causing him to fall to the ground. The two other males then struck and kicked the victim and his wallet and packaged food items were taken from him. The victim received lacerations to his head and face. The suspects are described as one black male teenager and two Hispanic teenagers.
On Friday evening, an attempted homicide occurred in the Nisqually Valley area. The suspect, Shawn Patrick Foley, 57 years old, confronted the resident who was shielding Foley’s ex-girlfriend. He struck the resident numerous times on the head with a metal flashlight. He then attacked his ex-girlfriend, stabbing her 18 times before fleeing the area.
Probable cause exists for the arrest of Foley for attempted homicide, assault in the first degree, and several DOC warrants. He is believed to be in the Pierce County area.
At approximately 8:55 a.m. on September 19, two suspects entered a residence in the 4000 block of Ruddell Road and confronted the resident with a knife. One suspect threatened the victim with the knife and demanded cash, while the other suspect emptied the contents of her purse and removed cash before fleeing the residence on foot. One suspect was wearing a black ski mask, grey sweatshirt and blue jeans. The second suspect was wearing a dark ski mask, dark hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. Both suspect were wearing blue gloves. A third suspect with unknown description waited outside the residence.
On November 11, 2013, a burglary and auto theft occurred overnight at Brogan’s Auto Repair located in the city of Rainier. The suspects made entry into the building and stole a large amount of tools and other items. Two vehicles were also stolen from the location and were later recovered. One of the stolen vehicles had been completely burned. There have been other burglaries reported at this location as well over the last couple months.
On Monday, October 28th, at about 12:30 p.m., a victim riding a bike on the Chehalis Western Trial near 21st Avenue SE reported an assault.
The victim stated he was riding his bike southbound when two males riding northbound took a swing at him. One suspect, described as possibly Italian, 5-11, 185, black hair and brown eyes, wearing a dark color track suit, then dismounted and threatened the victim with what appeared to be a collapsible baton in his right hand. He also had what appeared to be a camera mounted to his helmet.
On October 15th at about 8:15 p.m., a robbery occurred at Earth Alternative Medicine, 1123 Sleater Kinney Road SE.
Three black males, 18 to 23 years of age, wearing black hoodies and black hooded jackets, displayed handguns and ordered employees to a back room. They then stole marijuana and other products using carry bags they brought with them.
When an employee tried to follow a suspect, the suspect discharged multiple rounds from his handgun.