Kennewick Police along with the Walla Walla County Sheriff's Department made several arrests in Burbank after a search warrant uncovered stolen property.

A Kennewick Police Department press release describes the incident as it went down:

This morning Kennewick Detectives, with the assistance of Deputies and Detectives with the Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at a residence in the 500 block of Humorist RD.

29-year-old Dustin Bushnell was arrested and booked for Burglary 2nd degree. Stolen property was recovered from the residence. Bushnell has also been identified as being associated with recent Catalytic Converter thefts in the area.

Two others were also arrested and booked into jail; 21-year-old Zachery LeMaster on a 2nd-degree Robbery warrant and another for DV Order Violation.

This morning's collective efforts resulted in multiple arrests and the recovery of property that had been stolen from Kennewick citizens thanks to the teamwork of the two departments from Kennewick and Walla Walla.

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