KENNEWICK, Washington — A Burbank man and two Tri-Cities residents were arrested this morning and are being accused of burglary.
The burglary victim told Kennewick police at about 7:55 a.m. this morning that three males allegedly entered his garage and threatened him with a firearm, demanding valuables. The victim turned over cash, jewelry and electronics — and was threatened with death if he called the police before the three men left in a vehicle.
The victim identified one of the males as Adam Reynolds, 21, of Pasco, and provided descriptions of the other males and the vehicle. Officers checked the local hotels and apartments and located the suspect vehicle parked at Kennewick Suites on North Johnson Street. Through their investigation officers were able to identify a room number that the men were likely in. Reynolds was detained in the hallway while officers made their way to the hotel room. Officers made verbal contact at the door of the hotel room and directed the occupants to exit. Three men later identified as Jim Henning, 31, of Burbank, Jeffrey Ochoa, 48 and Tracy Hains, 44, were all detained after exiting the room. Based on the statement and description provided by Garrison, Reynolds and Henning were arrested and booked at Benton County Jail for first degree robbery. In addition, Henning had a felony warrant for his arrest. Hains was also booked for a misdemeanor warrant.
This investigation is ongoing as detectives work to identify the third suspect and recover the stolen property. Police say it appears to have been a targeted crime with an intended victim and that the public should not be concerned for their safety.