ALERT: Wanted Felon On The Loose After Shots Fired In Coulee Cit - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

ALERT: Wanted Felon On The Loose After Shots Fired In Coulee City; Look At Suspect's Photo

COULEE CITY, Wash. - Grant County Deputies and Coulee City Police are searching for a wanted felon who fled the scene of a shots fired call this morning.

Deputies and police were called at 5:30 a.m. today to a field just west of 617 West Douglas Street in Coulee City. While on the way to the call, police were told a wanted felon was possibly at the scene.

Arriving officers stopped a vehicle leaving the area and detained three occupants of the car. Police then learned wanted felon Cody Seely, who was nearby in or near a shanty-type building, had probably fled the scene on foot as officers were stopping the car.

Deputies believe several people were at the site using drugs and shooting guns. It is not believed any person was targeted and nobody was injured. A search warrant was being served late this morning on the shanty building.

Arrested for the shots fired incident was Ryan Kantola, 25 of Ephrata, on suspicion of unlawful possession of a firearm. He was lodged in the Grant County Jail. A 15-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of felon in possession of a firearm. He was lodged in the Grant County Youth Services facility. A 21-year-old female and a 15-year-old female were questioned and released.

Cody Seeley is sought by the U.S. Marshals Task Force on a warrant for residential burglary. He is well-known in the Coulee City area, and may be hiding out there. Seely is a while male, 24-years-old, standing 5'7" tall, weighing 170 lbs. He has short brown hair and a goatee. He was last seen wearing a green baseball cap, red and black plaid shirt, blue jeans and cowboy boots. It is unknown if he is armed or if he fired a gun during the Coulee City incident.

Anyone with information on Seely is asked to call 9-1-1. Citizens should not attempt to detain him.

The investigation continues.

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