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Escaped Inmates From Washington Wildfire Crew Spotted In Portland

17 August 2017

An alert citizen called 911 just before 6 a.m. today after spotting one of the escaped prisoners from the Washington State Department of Corrections, the Portland Police Bureau reported.

Police say Tyray Munter and Maksim Petrovskiy escaped from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources fire crew in Klickitat County at about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Later in the day, they were spotted in southeast Portland.

Munter and his colleague had been seen in the area of 82nd Avenue and Holgate Boulevard on Tuesday, the corrections department said that evening.

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The two were housed in the Olympic Corrections Center near Forks, Washington.

Munter is serving a 72-month sentence for assault and theft.

Petrovskiy was convicted of taking a motor vehicle without permission and possession of a stolen vehicle in Snohomish County and sentenced to two years and seven months in prison. His expected release date had been tentatively set for May 2, 2020. His expected release date had been tentatively set for December 8, 2018. A search was immediately launched. Goldendale, Wash.is located in south central Washington, 70 miles south of Yakima, Wash.

They were both on a work crew sent to fight fires in Goldendale, Wash. Local and state law enforcement have been notified, along with Oregon State Police. Petrovskiy was convicted of stealing a vehicle, also in Snohomish County.

Escaped Inmates From Washington Wildfire Crew Spotted In Portland