Spokane Regional Auto Theft Task Force Needs Your Help

Spokane Regional Auto Theft Task Force Needs Your Help

The Spokane Regional Auto Theft Task Force (SRATTF) has probable cause to arrest William Anthony Vesely, date of birth 02-15-1985 for the theft of a 2012 Jeep Wrangler, the theft of 2016 Forester Forest River motorhome (valued at $111,000), burglary, vehicle prowl, criminal trespass, hit and run property damage and reckless driving. Vesely also has a $30,000 felony warrant for burglary, and a $1000 misdemeanor warrant for driving with a suspended driver’s license.

Vesely is possibly driving an older CJ5 / Wrangler style Jeep with expired Texas plate(s) – Jeep is tan in color, either a black soft or black hard top. The Jeep supposedly has a winch mounted on front. Vesely has been hanging around Northern Quest Casino and was frequenting the North Houston Road and Grove Road area in Spokane County. Vesely is a flight risk and has been involved in at least one pursuit with a stolen black, 2012 Chevrolet Silverado. He also fled from Spokane PD in a stolen black, 2012 Jeep Wrangler – 2309 E. Euclid Kings View apartment complex.


The Spokane Regional Auto Theft Task Force is comprised of investigators from the Washington State Patrol, Spokane Police Department and the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office. Any information please call Detective Jeff Kershaw anytime at (509) 850-7663 or Detective Sgt. Travis Robbins at (509) 993-3774.

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