Kyle W. Daulton: Wanted and considered armed and dangerous PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 02 September 2009 00:00

     On Friday, August 28,  at approximately 12:30 p.m.,deputies from Washington County Sheriff's Department, troopers from Indiana State Police and Indiana Conservation Officers were at 8609 State Road 135, Vallonia, in Washington County, attempting to serve a arrest warrants on Kyle W. Daulton, 22 (residing at above address). As officers approached the resident Kyle W. Daulton fired several shots from a shotgun. After firing the shots he fled on foot and escaped into a wooded area behind the home. As he fled officers gave chase and noticed he was in possession of a handgun. After he got away from officers the officers immediately set a perimeter around the area where he fled. A helicopter and K-P were called in from the Indiana State Police and officers continued to search on foot.
    A approximately 4:30 p.m., Kyle W. Daulton was seen in the area of 8658 Old Forestry Road, approximately one mile from where he disappeared. After setting up another perimeter officers applied for a search warrant for the home and property located at 8658 Old Forestry Road. Shortly after 6 p.m., officers executed the search warrant.
Officers did not located Kyle W. Daulton during the search warrant but officers did locate an alleged stolen ATV, alleged stolen tools and a suspected methamphetamine lab on the property.
    At this time Kyle W. Daulton is still wanted. He is a white male, 22 years of age, 5'4”, 170 pounds, black hair, blue eyes, last seen wearing a pair of gray gym shorts. He is considered armed and dangerous as he was last seen by officers carrying a handgun. He was last seen on Old Forestry Road in the Plattsburg area of Washington County.
    Anyone who sees him should not approached him but should call 911 and report his location to the police immediately. Calls can remain anonymous.
    According to Detective, Brent Miler with the Washington County Sheriff's Department, they are still in the very early stages of this investigation. Washington County Sheriff Department is being assisted by Indiana State Police and  Department of Natural Resources,Indiana Conservation officers.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 September 2009 08:35