MARYSVILLE — A person who tried speeding away from law enforcement in a car and on foot was found by a police dog Sunday.
The Washington State Patrol was pursuing someone driving on I-5 when the car exited and drove into Mobile Manor, which is just south of 116th Street NE and east of the freeway. The suspect then got out of the car and ran and hid, the Marysville Police Department said. A Marysville Police dog named Steele found the person underneath a parked car.
The suspect who allegedly was driving the vehicle was arrested by the Washington State Patrol.
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