ABERDEEN, Wash. – A suspicious vehicle stop in Aberdeen led to a warrant arrest from the Department of Corrections most wanted list.
Just before 2:30 Tuesday morning, a vehicle stopped at Seargent boulevard on Highway 12, then continued on – with no requirement to stop in that area, Aberdeen officer Rasmun observed the strange behavior and stopped the vehicle, requesting ID. The driver first gave a false name of Mathew, but later couldn’t spell that name, after being arrested by the officer for failure to provide Identification, and taken to Aberdeen Police Department he gave his real name, Jeremy John Talmich.
Officer Rasmun recognized that name from the DOC’s most wanted list and Talmich admitted he was the the man.
Aberdeen Police Captain John Green tells us "Officer’s out there doing his job at 2:27 in the morning. This guy’s 5 over and making this goofy stop, and gets arrested on these [warrants]. We take him off the most wanted list [from the] Department of Corrections, the original charges that they have for him was Assault in the Second Degree and a drug posession"
Talmich was transferred to the Grays Harbor County Jail on multiple charges.