Deputies: Prosser man robs bank, leads chase while out on bail

GRANGER, Wash - A Prosser man is accused of robbing the same bank twice in less than six months before leading authorities on a high speed chase, crashing and surrendering. 

Moises Marquez, 28, faces multiple charges related to robbing the U.S. Bank in Granger Monday morning.

According to the Yakima Herald-Republic, he led WSP troopers and Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies on an eight mile chase through back roads between Granger and Sunnyside, reaching speeds of up to 100 miles an hour, ramming three deputies’ patrol cars along the way, deputies said. 

Authorities used spike strips to pop all four of his tires, then forced him off the road at the Waneta Road-Interstate 82 interchange near Sunnyside, according to reports.

Marquez was out on bail, awaiting charges for robbing the same bank in August. It was the third time the U.S. Bank in Granger 

Multiple schools in the area were put on lockdown during the chase. 

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