BREMERTON, Wash. (AP) — The man who carjacked a pickup truck in Bremerton — bringing along his young daughter — and ran the truck into a telephone pole outside Naval Base Kitsap Bangor was sentenced to nearly three years in prison.
The incident last March was similar to one in 2018 when a Port Townsend man also caused alarm.
Both times, the men mentioned “bombs” to base security officers at the Trident Gate, leading to a large law enforcement response and later admitted to being meth users. No bombs were found in either incident.
41-year-old Joshua Johannessen pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery for taking a woman’s truck at a Bremerton gas station at knife point.