Fugitive indicted of environment glow to Lacey home in sceptical rage; Crime Stoppers prerogative offered
March 29, 2016 - Finding Carter
Thurston County deputies are seeking for a public’s assistance to find Troy Rayment after they contend he set glow to a Lacey area home in a fit of jealousy on Mar 1st. “He was vital during a foreclosed home with a partner and he started an arson after anticipating out she had left him for another man,” pronounced Sgt. Carla Carter who added, “He doused gasoline via a chateau and set it on fire,”
Deputies contend he cut off his Department of Corrections GPS ankle bracelet and fled a chateau during 6916 Marvin Road in a motorhome that he crashed. He then fled on foot. He is a 35-years-old, 6′ 170 pounds with brownish-red hair and eyes. Rayment has ties to a Olympia area.
His transgression philosophy embody Controlled Substance Possession/non-prescription in 2014, Burglary 2nd grade in 2014, Tampering with a Witness in 2012 and Malicious Mischief in 1999.
Rayment has a stream no bail DOC aver for Possession of a Controlled Substance. If we have any information on where to find him, call Crime Stoppers during 1-800-222-TIPS. That’s 1-800-222-8477. Crime Stoppers will compensate adult to $1000 for information heading to his detain and we never have to leave your name.