Kennewick police arrest three in connection to home robbery
KENNEWICK, Wash. - Three people are now in jail after police said three men threatened a man in his garage and demanded valuable items.
Officers with the Kennewick Police Department (KPD) arrived at a home at 1106 S. Johnson Street on a report of a burglary.
Adam Garrison, who lives at the home, informed officers that three men allegedly went into his garage and threatened him with a gun while demanding valuable items.
Garrison handed over cash, jewelry and electronics. He was threatened with death if he called police, reports stated, and the men then left the scene in a vehicle.
Garrison identified one of the men in the robbery as 21-year-old Adam Reynolds, of Pasco, and described the other two men involved and the suspect vehicle.
Officers checked local hotels and apartments and found the vehicle parked at Kennewick Suites, located at 321 N. Johnson Street. Investigators were able to determine a room number the men were likely staying in.
Police arrested Reynolds in the hallway of the hotel, then arrested three men that were inside the room, according to reports.
The men were identified as Jim Henning, 31, Jeffrey Ochoa, 48, and Tracy Hains, 44.
Police said Reynolds and Henning were taken to Benton County Jail for first degree robbery, based on Garrison's report. Henning also had a felony warrant for his arrest.
Hains was booked into jail for a misdemeanor warrant, according to authorities.
Police are working to identify the third person involved in the robbery and locate the items stolen from Garrison.
Police say this crime appears to have been targeted and there is no threat to public safety.