The swift actions of a canine officer based in Moses Lake nabbed two Grant County women as they attempted an early morning burglary.

A homeowner in the 4600 block of Road M-Southeast called 9-1-1 about 4:45 a.m. reporting someone was trying to break into the home. The homeowner then reported a vehicle fleeing the scene toward Moses Lake. Deputies stopped a car near Road M-Southeast and Road 4-Southeast, identified the two occupants as 30 –year-old Nadine Nicole Gerda Channell Kile and 36-year-old Delia A. Vasquez. Other deputies at the home thought there may be a suspect still inside. Not having any reason to further hold Kile and Vasquez, they were released.

Deputies checked the home and found no suspects inside, but they did find tire prints that they matched to Kile’s vehicle. The car was still parked at Roads M and 4-Southeast, but Kile and Vasquez had fled into a potato field.

Voss and Edo then tracked both suspects, first catching up to Kile at the edge of the field, and then catching up to Vasquez a short distance away. Both suspects surrendered without further incident after being told by Voss that Edo was after them.

Both Kile and Vasquez are lodged in the Grant County Jail on suspicion of residential burglary.

I'm one of the those people who strongly support our canine officers, congrats to Officer Edo on a great collar.

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