Quentin Fields: Escaped inmate is High-Violent Offender convicted of dealing crack, attacking K9 dog

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Escaped inmate and High-Violent Offender, Quentin Fields, is on the run in King County.

Department of Corrections officers say he never returned from work release, where he’d been serving time for dealing crack and attacking a K9 dog. “In that incident he went on a high-speed chase with law enforcement, ran into bushes, a police dog chased after him and he started beating and kicking a police dog. They OC’d him. They tased him. None of that had any effect. Fortunately the dog was able to drag him out of the bushes and he was taken into custody,” said DOC Ofc. Emily Isaacs.

His huge rap sheet also includes busts for promoting prostitution, assault, robbery, theft and a bunch of drug busts.

He’s 6’4” and weighs 240 pounds.

He’s known to use the fake first names:

  • “Quinn”
  • “Louis”
  • “Lewis”
  • “Efrem”
  • “Lurell”

And the fake last names:

  • “Skinner”
  • “Gardner”
  • “Murray”

If you know how to get him back in custody, 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.


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