Police searching for assault suspect previously arrested in home burglary

Police searching for assault suspect previously arrested in home burglary

KENNEWICK, Wash. - Police are searching for a man who was previously arrested for an attempted break in at a Kennewick residence.

A 30-year-old Yakima woman contacted Kennewick Police Department (KPD) regarding Alan Raymond Hooper, 49, and said she hooked up with him while she was in the Kennewick area and he promised her a ride back to Yakima.

Reports said the two of them got into an argument after he drove her around to different locations in Kennewick.

Hooper stopped his vehicle at a truck stop located at SR 395 and W. 7th Avenue where he reportedly dragged her out of the vehicle by pulling a clump of her hair and threatened to kill her.

The woman ran to a nearby house and asked the occupant to call 911 according to KPD reports.

Kennewick police are looking for the suspect.

Any information regarding Hooper's whereabouts can be reported to 628-0333 and the case reference number is KPD #17-11248.

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Police officers have located and arrested a suspect involved in damaging property and injuring a victim inside a Kennewick residence.

Reports said Alan Hooper, 49, allegedly attempted to break into a home located at the 3900 block of W 12th Avenue by beating down a door while the occupant was still inside around 7:30 a.m. Thursday. Hooper later smashed through a window as he was unable to break-in through the door, causing injury to the victim's face from shards of glass.

Kennewick Police Department (KPD) reports said he fled the scene and police investigated the incident.

The victim noticed the suspect slowly driving in the area of the residence later that day around 2:15 p.m. and reported it to KPD according to authorities.

Police arrested Hooper without incident and booked him on charges of residential burglary.

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