On Wed. Feb. 20, the United Stated Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force, in cooperation with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, Moses Lake Police Department and local Task Force Officers assigned to the unit, arrested Kenneth Krebs, Jr., 30, hiding in a motor home at 9841 Maple Drive Northeast. Krebs was wearing a long wig and a baseball cap to conceal his identity, but officers recognized him and he was taken into custody without incident on an outstanding Department of Corrections Warrant.
WANTED IN YAKIMA COUNTY Dec. 7, 2013 –
A dangerous mixture of guns, violence, and drugs has officers in Yakima on high-alert for missing high-violent offender, Kenneth Krebs.
Officers say he’s a drug dealer who could also be in Oregon, because he runs drugs from state to state.
He’s wanted by the Department of Corrections for Escape in Yakima County, where he’s under its watch for a violent motel room robbery. “Krebs assaults the victim by kneeing, kicking, and punching him, while his accomplice points a gun at him, demanding all his money,” says DOC Ofc. Christina Lacy. “At one point the accomplice leaves the room, so he gives Kenneth the gun to make sure the victim doesn’t go anywhere. The two took the victim out of the room at gunpoint, where the guy was able to run away.”
Krebs’ rap sheet is long, violent, and most of his convictions come out of Spokane and Grant county… where he has family and gang ties to the Moses Lake area.
Here are the details on KENNETH KREBS:
- Age: 30
- Ht: 5’11”
- Wt: 250 lbs
- Eyes: Green
- Hair: Blonde/Shaved
- Tattoos: “ESF” on chest, tribal tattoo on upper right arm
Again, officers say he’s extremely dangerous, and could be traveling between Washington and Oregon.
If you spot this missing high-violent offender on the road, or anywhere else — stay away — and call an anonymous tip into:
CRIME STOPPERS: 1-800-222-TIPS
You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest.
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