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Suspects in officer-involved shooting incident tied to attempted burglaries and vehicle theft

Chelsey Christensen
Chelsey Christensen has been charged with attempted robbery and battery. The mugshot and charges for Kenneth Jensen is not yet available.

AMMON, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - Bonneville County Sheriff’s deputies assigned to the Ammon Division were called to two separate businesses, Cabelas and Pawn One, where attempts to gain entry had been made Thursday morning. 

Security equipment at both businesses quickly helped deputies identify a black GMC Pickup and unknown suspects tied to the attempted burglary. 

During this time, deputies discovered the pickup had been stolen earlier in the morning from a residence in Bonneville County and at a separate location a utility trailer. 

That information was shared with area law enforcement while deputies investigated the connections between the four crimes. 

Later during the day Thursday, deputies were notified the Bingham County Sheriff’s Office located the stolen pickup and trailer in question, and after an officer-involved shooting detained a male, Kenneth Jensen, and female Chelsey Christensen with the vehicle. You can read more about that here.

Christensen has been charged with attempted robbery and battery.

Deputies are continuing with the investigation and connection to the individuals involved in the Bingham County incident. 

No further information is available at this time.

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  1. Damn! March’s Skank-of-the-Month award (Bonneville County Division) is gonna be a tough call. The competition is a ***** (or, more correctly, a SERIES of *****es)!
    Chelsey wows the judges with her crackwhore grin and Christian DiOre-Ida blouse, but an earlier entrant, Sara Flowers, who lists her ‘hobbies’ as ‘painting’ and ‘general art’ is seen by some as being a favorite for the trophy. Add to that mix a pair of ‘late’ entries, and Tabatha McKnight and Maddeline Ovard promise to bring some FIERCE competition.
    Good luck, cops, and make sure you actually make as LITTLE contact with these ‘suspects’/persons-of-interest as possible. Coronavirus is unlikely. I mean, ever VIRUSES have SOME standards. But, your main concern should be not taking something home to your family pet! 😉

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