Retail theft task force in Washington sends first conviction to prison

Shawn Nanez plead guilty to stealing over $145,000 in merchandise, the attorney general’s office said.

PORT ORCHARD, Wash. — A retail theft task force created by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has secured its first conviction.

Bremerton man Shawn Nanez pleaded guilty in a Kitsap County court Friday to four felony counts of organized retail theft and one felony count of first-degree theft. Nanez was sentenced to 2.5 in prison and another 2.5 years in “community custody” through a drug offender sentencing alternative. 

The sentencing alternative mandates Nanez to receive substance abuse treatment upon his release from prison. If he breaks the law or

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