GCSO K9 helps arrest violent felon in Moses Lake

GCSO K9 helps arrest violent felon in Moses Lake
Moses Lake Police Department
Credit: Moses Lake Police Department

A Grant County Sheriff’s Office K9 unit helped Moses Lake police arrest a violent felon Thursday morning.

Around 9:30 a.m., 35-year-old Cesar Adame fled from Moses Lake police officers in the 1100 block of Hill Street. Adame was wanted for a probation violation on an original charge of assaulting a police officer. Adame has a history of violent offenses, and firearms violations.

Adame jumped over fences and through people’s yards, trying to avoid officers, and eventually hid in a shed.

Grant County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Tyson Voss and his K9 Edo were nearby and responded to help. Edo led officers straight to the shed.

Adame did not respond to officer’s commands, and suffered minor bites from K9 Edo. He then surrendered and was taken into custody.

Adame was treated by medical personnel and booked into the Grant County Jail on his warrant.