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pi#l~ f~-;~ - i~lr411~etl Geurall~l~ ~/ournnl Thuraday, Sept. 1 1 , 201 4 Two suspects arreste By NATALIE JOHNSON natalie@masoncoun corn Law-enforcement officers encoun- tered two suspects in the past week who barricaded themselves in homes. Officers arrested Travis D. Jackson, 35, of Shelton, after an explosion blew the door off a garage at his residence on Sept. 3. Jackson, who was in police custody at Harborview Medical Center as of Tuesday, has been charged with arson in the first degree, malicious explosion in the second degree and assault in the first degree. Officers responded at 9:16 p.m. to the 100 block of Southeast Shadowood Boulevard south of Shelton to reports of a suicidal man who was previously wanted by police on suspicion of domes- tic-violence assault, according to the Mason County Sheriffs Office. The day before, sheriffs deputies re- sponded to reports the suspect had as- saulted his wife. He fled the scene. Offi- cers believed he had multiple firearms. On Sept. 3, officers from the Sher- iffs Office, the Shelton Police Depart- ment and the Squaxin Island Tribe's public safety department responded to find that Jackson was barricaded in his garage and was claiming to have firearms, according to the Sheriffs Of- rice. There was a large explosion and the door blew off the garage, according to the Sheriffs Office. Jackson was taken to Harborview after the explosion. Central Mason Fire & EMS and Ma- The Mason County SWAT team responded Sunday after a man barricaded Southeast Shadowood Boulevard. Photo courtesy of the Mason County Sheriff's Office himself in his home in the 100 block of son County fire districts 4, 5, 11 and When deputies responded, the sus-They found Warren hiding in the 16 responded to the scene and extin- pect, later identified as Travis Warren house's attic. guished the fire. Thompson, attempted to flee the resi- Warren was arrested and booked The Washington State Patrol Explo- dence. He then went back inside the into the Mason County Jail for viola- sives Unit also responded to investi- house, tion of a court order. gate the explosion. Other occupants left the area as The SWAT team is composed of law- On Sunday, the Sheriffs Office re- deputies attempted to communicateenforcement officers from the Mason sponded at 11:48 a.m. to reports that a with Warren for three hours using a County Sheriffs Office, the Shelton 45-year-old Shelton man with multiple loudspeaker. Police Department, the Squaxin Island arrest warrants was at a residence in Deputies obtained a search warrant Tribe's public safety department, Cen- the 100 block of East Spencer Glen and worked with the county's multi- tral Mason Fire & EMS and North Ma- Drive in Shelton. agency SWAT team to enter the house, son Regional Fire Authority. Come in and join as for BREAKFAST every SUNDAY morning. A full menu to choose from which includes coffee & juice. Everyone welcome. 9:00 am to 11:00 am 113 W. Cola, next to Huntington Glass Shelton 426-5060 www.sheltoncinemas.com 24 Hour Movie Info 426-1000 517 Franklin St, Shelton -- Showtimes for Sept. 12th-18 DOLPHIN TALE 2 Daily 4:40 & 7:00 Additional Shows Fri - Sat 9:15 Sat - Sun 2:15 [] NOVEMBER MAN Daily 4:30 & 6:45 Additional Shows Fri - Sat 9:05 Sat - Sun 2:10 [] 182 SE Brewer Rd. Shelton 24 Hour Movie Info (360) 426-4707 www.SkyLineDrive-ln.com OPEN WEEKENDS-- Gates Open 7pm - Show at Dusk Showtimes for Sept. 12"-14t" EXPENDABLES 3 TRANSFORMERS AGE OF EXTINCTION [] / III RONALB ERNE ISLEY