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By KOMO Staff

SOURCE: komonews.com
BEVERLY, Wash. – A police dog tracked down a suspected DUI driver who led police on a chase at speeds of over 100 mph then bolted from his vehicle and tried to hide, sheriff’s officials said.

The incident unfolded at around 8:30 p.m. Sunday when state Fish and Wildlife police tried to pull over a suspected impaired driver in Grant County.

The suspect failed to pull over and instead accelerated, leading police on a chase at speeds that topped 100 mph along rural roads, according to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office.

Eventually, the suspect pulled into a home in the 20100 block of Lower Crab Creek Road Southwest and fled on foot, sheriff’s officials said.

Police then requested a K9 dog to search the area. Grant County Deputy Tyson Voss answered the call, along with K9 Edo.