Woman charged for burglary

INDIANOLA — Tamra L. Sellers, 52, of Poulsbo was charged with residential burglary on Sept. 17.

A neighbor in the Indianola neighborhood reported to the Sheriff’s Office a burglary in progress Sept. 15. The neighbor knew the homeowners were away, and reportedly recognized the suspect from previous suspicious activity around the area. The homeowners later confirmed no one was staying at their home.

According to the report, officers found a car in the driveway with paperwork with the suspect’s name on it. The main house was empty, but there were signs someone had been staying there. Officers found Sellers hiding in the guest house. She allegedly told officers “she belonged there.”

Sellers was booked into Kitsap County Jail on $50,000 bail; she was also booked for a felony warrant from the Poulsbo Police Department.

Sellers was previously charged with burglarizing an Indianola home in June.

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