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Updated: Sheriff’s Office Requests Public’s Assistance in Locating Wanted Man

Prosecutor: Superior Court Judge Richard Brosey Temporarily Released Kevon L. Tracy so the he Could Secure Housing for When he Completed His 32-Month Sentence

Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013 3:32 pm | Updated: 10:07 am, Fri Aug 16, 2013.

Deputies are currently searching for a Chehalis man who failed to return to jail after he was released from custody on a one-day furlough by a Lewis County Superior Court judge earlier this week.

Kevon Leo Tracy, 41, was supposed to return to the Lewis County Jail by 5 p.m. Monday in order to complete a pending prison sentence for first-degree attempted malicious mischief. He also has several additional pending felony charges for alleged violation of a protection order.

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  • profinchehalis posted at 1:21 pm on Wed, Aug 14, 2013.

    profinchehalis Posts: 11

    Let out so he could put his things in storage and arrange housing for when he gets out in 32 months (over 2 years)?

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