High Speed Chase Across The State Line - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: High Speed Chase Across The State Line

UPDATE: On May 17th at approximately 9:45 P.M. the Post Falls Police Department was acting on a tip received from a local Wal-Mart that two male suspects would possibly be making an attempt to burglarize the business.

Employees had observed the suspects in the store earlier in the day filling up storage containers with merchandize and placing the containers back on the shelf near the fire exit.

The Detective that received the information, along with members of the North Idaho Violent Crimes Task Force, set up surveillance inside and outside the store. During the operation, the suspects were observed entering the business and after a half hour of casing the business the suspects grabbed the storage containers they had filled with merchandise earlier in the day, and fled the store through a fire exit.

When the suspects left Wal-Mart they were approached by the surveillance team, however, they were able to make it into their vehicle and sped off quickly.

The Post Falls Police patrol units joined the surveillance team, and a vehicle pursuit ensued into Washington State. During the pursuit the suspects were seen throwing stolen items out of their vehicle.

The suspects drove down a dead end road, just across the border, in Washington and became stuck in the mud. They were apprehended with the assistance of Washington  law enforcement.


No one was injured during this incident. The two suspects were booked into Spokane County Jail for charges of eluding a peace officer and destruction of stolen property. The two male offenders will be facing charges in Idaho for burglary and felony eluding a peace officer.

The two suspects have been identified as Michael Dyczok Sr. and  Michael Dyczok Jr.
There is reason to believe that these two are responsible for other burglaries involving other Wal-Mart's recently. This case is still under investigation.

>>>Anyone with additional information is asked to call the Post Falls Police Department or leave a tip on our tip line or via our website at www.postfallspolice.com

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