FeaturedLatest NewsNews

Four juveniles arrested for armed robbery at AMC Theater

LYNNWOOD—Lynnwood Police Officers responded to an armed robbery call on Sunday, February 4, at the AMC Movie Theater near Alderwood Mall in Lynnwood. 

The multiple suspects arrived in a stolen vehicle around 9:00 p.m., the Police Department said, before stealing two vehicles at gunpoint. The suspects immediately fled the scene. 

armed robbery Lynnwood
AMC Lowes Move Theater at Alderwood Mall. SOURCE: AMC Lowes website.

The two stolen vehicles were later found, one unoccupied, and the other, which was located by the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, with four suspects inside including a 14-year-old driver, a 14-year-old passenger, and two other juveniles. All four suspects were taken into custody and are currently booked at Denney Juvenile Justice Center in Everett for possession of a stolen vehicle. The driver is also being charged with alluding. 

The case is still an ongoing investigation to see if the individuals were linked to the armed robbery, Courtney O’Keefe, Director of Communications for the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office informed the Lynnwood Times. 

Given the nature of the ongoing investigation, as well as the fact the suspects are underage, The Lynnwood Police Department were unable to provide any additional information about the incident. 

Please check back for updates to this story. 

3 thoughts on “Four juveniles arrested for armed robbery at AMC Theater

  • I think that juveniles, as well as adults, should do hard labor. Why not have the “work gangs “ back? How about these juveniles cleaning up all the graffiti? It is hard work and it would make our community nice again and maybe they would think twice about committing crimes in the future.
    Under no circumstances should they go back to their parents. They weren’t parenting if their kids are out there doing crimes.

    Reply
    • Not necessarily were they not parented! You can be the best parent and pay attention to your kids, discipline, hold them accountable for their actions, teach them every action has a consequence and kids will still do what they want. Don’t always be quick to blame the parenting!

      Reply
  • Eluding… not… alluding… What were they alluding to? They may have been alluding to the fact that they were planning on eluding, but you and allude all you want so long as you aren’t threatening anyone. Eluding is what gets you charged.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *