SPOKANE, Clean. — On Tuesday, Spokane Valley Deputies arrested a man who had attempted to break into a ground ground window of an occupied hotel room at the Consolation Inn in Spokane Valley.

The suspect had a full sized hammer and box cutter concealed when he was arrested. He was booked into jail for household burglary.

The sufferer in the hotel alerted the entrance desk clerk of the attempted theft prior to chasing the burglar outside the resort. In the course of the chase, the sufferer observed a patrol car and notified the officer of the incident. The officer responded by using radio dispatch.

Within just minutes, officers found the suspect, now recognized as Alfred L. Chavez Jr., and searched him. Officers observed the hammer and box cutter throughout the search and when asked what they had been for, Chavez replied “protection”.

Chavez was detained for questioning and was later discovered by the victim. The target instructed the officers he wished to press fees versus Chavez, who he mentioned did not have authorization to enter his area.

The target claimed he was in his hotel place watching Television when he listened to the window being thrust open up guiding him. He claimed he grabbed a bat for protection and Chavez mentioned “I am sorry” as he started to stroll away. The victim confronted Chavez in the parking ton, stating he was intended to fulfill somebody. As Chavez walked away, the sufferer adopted him and documented him to the close by deputies.

Chavez told authorities he was there to meet up with a woman he knew who was dealing with a tricky break up. When requested why he did not just knock, Chavez replied “because I did not believe they would permit me in.” When questioned if his fingerprint would be found on the window, he explained, “No, simply because I don gloves.” 

Chavez was arrested for 2nd degree household theft and was also found in posture of a flashlight, a rock, glass pipes, and electrical tape.

Chavez was transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail for the observed felony demand.