Two brothers from Suquamish Tribe charged for theft from store
Two members of the Suquamish Tribe of Washington were charged in federal court in connection with a burglary on the reservation.

Brothers Raymond J. Pondelick and Eric M. Pondelick are accused of stealing more than $48,000 from a safe at the Masi Shop. The alleged crime took place after the store took in a lot of money during the Fourth of July weekend.

The brothers are each charged with one count of second-degree of burglary.

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Feds Charge Two in $48k Burglary From Suquamish Store (The Kitsap Sun 8/24)