Caleb Sloan: Tip leads to arrest of convicted felon; accused burglar in Kitsap County
FUGITIVE CAPTURED Feb. 2nd, 2013 —
The day after being featured on Washington’s Most Wanted — and acting on a tip — Kitsap sheriff’s deputies, along with officers from Poulsbo and Suquamish police, arrested Caleb Sloan Saturday at a home on George Lane NE on the Port Madison Reservation.
Kitsap County Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Wilson said “After some verbal negotiating with occupants in the house, Sloan voluntarily walked out of the residence and surrendered.”
He was booked into the Kitsap County Jail on a felony warrant for residential burglary and for escape from community custody.
FUGITIVE WANTED IN KITSAP COUNTY Feb. 1st, 2013 —
Busting into a home is what convicted felon, Caleb Sloan, is wanted for and this young fugitive has been racking up a huge rap sheet since he was a teen, including violent crimes like assault.
Sloan is now 18 and has already been arrested three times since becoming an adult. Now, he needs to be cuffed by cops again.
“Caleb is wanted in connection with a residential burglary, and he fled the scene in a stolen vehicle,” Kitsap County Deputy Sheriff Scott Wilson said.
That break-in happened in Poulsbo in December. Cops said Sloan had a partner-in-crime with him who has already been arrested and is waiting to be sentenced. But the scariest thing about this guy is that police consider him armed and dangerous and said he is known to carry a 9 millimeter handgun.
If you spot this young fugitive — stay away — and quickly call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.
You can text a tip here.