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  • Reynolds
    Moderator
    • Oct 2018
    • 3618

    Antifa Jeffrey Acord Released From Jail For Arson Fire, Arrested 2 Hours Later For Burglary


    Man charged with starting SR 167 fire not out of jail long before arrest in break-in
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    Jeffrey Acord, 36, is charged with allegedly starting a brush fire in a median of Route 167 in Puyallup. Two hours after posting bail, he was arrested again on a burglary charge.



    On Friday, Pierce County prosecutors charged Jeffrey Acord, 36, with second-degree arson for allegedly starting a fire Wednesday that burned nearly two acres in the Route 167 median near North Meridian. He was scheduled to be arraigned in Superior Court on Friday afternoon. An off-duty Fife police sergeant was traveling north on North Meridian about 1:50 p.m. when he spotted a Chevrolet pickup truck parked on the shoulder of Route 167. “I soon noticed that there was a small fire starting to grow in the dry grass directly next to the location where the pickup truck had been stopped,” Fife police Sgt. Kevin Farris said. Since the blaze was barely three feet wide and just starting to smoke, Farris said he knew it had just started. He called in the fire then pulled over the truck, which was driven by Acord. “The guy was live streaming (on Facebook) like he found the fire,” Trooper Ryan Burke said. “He was trying to make it look like he didn’t do it.”





    Turns out passersby called 911 about 9 a.m. to report seeing a man — later identified as Acord — crouching in the median of Route 167 between Sumner and Auburn with a cigarette lighter in his hands. When a trooper went to speak with him, she was unable to verify that he was trying to start a brush fire so she let him go. Acord told troopers he’d lost a $1,200 camera while riding his motorcycle and was walking the shoulder of the highway looking for it, according to charging papers. Police noticed he seemed nervous while speaking with officers. When Acord was arrested on suspicion of reckless burning, he “was highly agitated and cursed at the officers,” records say. He was booked into Puyallup City Jail and posted bail about 1:45 a.m. At 2:11 a.m., Puyallup police responded to a break-in at a convenience store about three blocks from the police station. Someone had kicked in a window covered with plywood and stolen drinks and snacks, police Capt. Acord was arrested nearby, less than two hours after he posted bail for the arson arrest. He was booked into Pierce County Jail on suspicion of second-degree burglary.


  • Hannalore
    Junior Member
    • Sep 2020
    • 17

    #2
    Well what can one say, if they are going to let him out knowing what he is like, they had then gotten what they deserved.

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