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Violent Tri-Cities gang member missing after jail release — arrested on new assault charge

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adameFUGITIVE CAPTURED April 20, 2015 —
The Department of Corrections says Cesar Adame was arrested in Franklin County on Monday for a new charge of Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

He was also booked into the Franklin County Jail on his DOC Escape warrant.

Cesar Adame is wanted by the Department of Corrections for Escape in the Tri-Cities after being released from lockup earlier this month.

His street name’s ‘Mr. Smokey.”

He’s extremely violent — busted for a slew of assaults and resisting arrest. His massive rap sheet also has convictions for theft, obstructing law enforcement, drugs and weapons crimes.

He’s inked with a ton of tattoos that should make him easy to spot on the street, including the words ‘Kiss of Death’ surrounding a pair of lips on the left side of his neck, the word ‘Merry’ and an Asian symbol on his right side, a cross next to his left eye and the name ‘Yuri’ on his throat.

adame tatsDepartment of Corrections officers say Adame has ties all over the Tri-Cities and the Yakima County area and that there’s no doubt his gang buddies are helping him hide.

If you spot him on the street or know where he is, call an anonymous tip into:

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.

CLICK HERE for information on how to TEXT A TIP to Crime Stoppers.

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