‘Sideshow Bob Hairdo’ Suspect Leads Police on Wild Obstacle Chase
Pasco Police didn't have trouble keeping him in sight, in part to his interesting hairdo.
It was described as Sideshow Bob (from The Simpsons) but his behavior was anything but funny Thursday morning.
Pasco officers responded to an early morning report of a juvenile male seen running away from the scene where some freshly applied graffiti paint had been sprayed on the Pasco PD Alderwood station. It's located near the Ben Franklin Transit Station.
Around 8:22 AM the suspect was located near 22nd and finally ended near 19th and Sylvester. The juvenile suspect, whose identity was not released and his face was blotted out in this photo, jumped fences, ran through yards, and even entered someone's home without permission in his desperate attempt to escape.
He was finally cornered in an alley near 20th and Park. Officers found him in possession of spray paint cans, and he got some of the evidence on his hoodie--must have oversprayed.
In addition to the vandalism charges for the painting, he's also on an investigative hold for Burglary and Trespassing charges. Police did not elaborate about the burglary.
Anyone else who may have seen him, or knows anything about this incident, you're urged to call (509)-628-0333. All leads can be confidential.
For those who are not familiar, here's a shot of SIdeshow Bob from the Simpsons.
(Image courtesy of Amazon.com)
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