Tremaine Malik McCrae, who has ties to the Bremerton area, is wanted on multiple first-degree charges involving domestic violence, assault and burglary. (Bremerton Police photo)

Tremaine Malik McCrae, who has ties to the Bremerton area, is wanted on multiple first-degree charges involving domestic violence, assault and burglary. (Bremerton Police photo)

Police seeking suspect on multiple first-degree charges

Tremaine Malik McCrae has ties to Bremerton and is known to carry firearms

  • Tuesday, June 25, 2019 10:42am
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Port Orchard Police officers and detectives are actively searching for Tremaine Malik McCrae, who is wanted on first-degree domestic violence, burglary and assault charges, the Bremerton Police Department announced in a June 24 Facebook post.

A Kitsap County Superior Court warrant was issued June 19 with bail set at $200,000. The case involves victims who are both known and unknown to him, according to BPD. McCrae, 19, is described as a 5-foot, 7-inch-tall black male, weighing 177 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

BPD said McCrae has ties to the Bremerton and East Bremerton areas and has been known to carry firearms. Anyone with information about McCrae should contact Kitsap 911 or Detective Brandon at 360-876-1700 and reference case D19-001395.

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