SPD PAC Working To Catch Repeat Offender

Sgt. Terry Preuninger, PIO

Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 7:44 p.m.

Alesksey Solodyankin is a 23 time convicted felon that was released from prison in September 2019.  Solodyankin is a part of Spokane’s Repeat Offender Program (ROP) due to his extensive criminal history.

The SPD PAC team arrested him in December 2019 just months after his release from prison for Possession of stolen vehicle and 2nd Malicious Mischief for the theft of a 2004 Ford F350.  He made bail and was out the next day and continued his activities.  The PAC team has continued investigating him and arrested him last week for crimes committed in the City of Spokane, Spokane County and Airway Heights.

Below are a list of some of his more recent arrests and cases, see the attached report numbers.

2020-20044648 He stole a truck and used it in the commission of this Burglary of an antique shop on North Monroe.  He was charged with 2nd Burglary, Criminal Conspiracy and 2nd Theft.

2020-20044694 stolen 2006 Ford F350, charged for Theft of Motor Vehicle

2020-20045818 stolen 2003 Ford F250, charged for Theft of Motor Vehicle, Trafficking in Stolen Property 1st.

2020-20034976 stolen 1992 Honda Prelude, charged for Theft of Motor Vehicle, 2nd Theft, Trafficking in stolen property

2020-10021451 stolen 2002 Ford F350, charged for Theft of Motor Vehicle.

2020-20026454 stolen 1999 Ford F250 from Airway heights, charged for Theft of Motor Vehicle and Trafficking in stolen Property 1st.

The Spokane Police Department is relentlessly pursing those criminals in our community that commit a disproportionate number of crimes against our citizens.  We want to thank the community for partnering with us as we work to prevent these crimes.  

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