Suspects located in corn field, accused of eluding police in stolen car
PASCO, Wash. — Four people were found hiding in a corn field after allegedly eluding police in a stolen vehicle.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy was attempting to stop a speeding vehicle on Pasco-Kahlotus Road near Fosterwells Road Monday evening, Nov. 7.
The vehicle sped off, but the deputy managed to find it in rough shape a mile down the road. The vehicle turned out to be stolen out of Kennewick.
The suspects had allegedly run from the vehicle into a corn field. Pasco Police helped locate them using a drone and K9.
All four suspects were under the age of 18. They have been booked into the Juvenile Justice Center, accused of eluding police, possessing a stolen vehicle and obstruction.
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