K-9 helps track down wanted suspect in East Bremerton

The 33-year-old man had three arrest warrants

A k-9 unit with the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office helped deputies track down a man who had multiple warrants out for his arrest, according to a KCSO Facebook post.

The 33-year-old man ran from authorities in East Bremerton around 2 a.m. Tuesday, according to KCSO. After an hour of tracking the suspect, K-9 Heiko and his handler, Deputy A. Baker located the suspect hiding in a stairwell apartment complex. As Heiko went in for the arrest, the suspect yelled out he was giving up, the Facebook post states.

Deputies said the unidentified man had arrest warrants for second-degree domestic violence assault, burglary and a violation of a no contact order.

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