Pasco Police Play Cat-And-Mouse Game with Wanted Felony Suspect
It's turned into a cat-and-mouse game with Pasco Police and this suspect.
Officers say 40-year-old David Michael Bethel is being sought on multiple felony-related charges, including five outstanding arrest warrants.
Police say he's officially listed as a transient at the moment, and say he's likely couch-surfing with friends, moving from house to house every few days to elude capture.
They also say it's believed he occasionally has access to vehicles, which he borrows for short periods of time. These kinds of suspects are often difficult to corral, because they move around so much. It's like playing cat-and-mouse or whack-a-mole.
He's currently wanted also for a series of no-contact order violations all related to the same Pasco victim. No other details were released by Police, but if anyone knows or sees him, you're urged to call (509)-62-0333. All leads can be confidential.
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