Poulsbo man arrested, 2 at-large in Suquamish robbery, assault

Devin Decker, 21 of Poulsbo was arrested Dec. 10 in connection with an asault on a Suquamish resident.

Documents from Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office say the evening assault Dec. 8, when Decker, his brother Dalton and Xavier Redbird allegedly assaulted and robbed a Suquamish resident.

The victim and his girlfirend idenified the three men and shared a video with deputies that had been posted to social media by one of the suspects bragging about the assault.

Deputies began searching for the suspects, finding Devin Decker at his parents home in Poulsbo. He was arrested on suspicion of first degree robbery.

Decker told deputies that he had seen his brother Dalton and Redbird get into a fight with the victim.

The mother of the victim’s girlfreind also aided deputies in their search for Dalton and Redbird, by sending two videos, reportedly shared to social media by Redbird. The video allegedly shows some of the items stolen from the victim as well as other items such as a handgun,brass knuckles, a wad of cash, marijuana buds and plastic baggies with a white substance.

The mother also suggested a location where the two remaining suspects could be found in Suquamish, but as of Dec. 10 Dalton and Redbird were still at large.

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