On a Sunday Night that brought blowing winds through the area, someone thought it would be a good time to make off with a golf cart from a Kennewick area Golf Course...it wasn't.

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The victim was Zintel Creek Golf Course located at 311 N. Underwood St.

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According to the Kennewick Police Department's Facebook Page, Chase S. Craig allegedly made off with the golf cart from the course and was eventually tracked down and confronted by a Zintel Creek employee.  The employee managed to catch up with Craig near the 1000 block of W 10th Ave in Kennewick.

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That's a pretty good distance to travel in a golf cart before getting caught.  When confronted by the employee, Craig (who was reportedly armed with a BB gun) was said to have pulled out the weapon and threatened the employee.  Kennewick Police were called and responded by setting up containment in the area.

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Richland Police assisted the situation by deploying a drone to help with the search for Craig who was still on the run.  Things ramped up when K-9 Officer Ivan was brought in to assist and to track Craig.  Eventually the Police caught up with Craig in the 700 Block of W 19th Ave in Kennewick.

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The 26-year-old Craig was taken into custody and booked in to the Benton County Jail on charges of theft in the second degree (which is a felony), felony harassment, and a misdemeanor warrant.  He was being held on a $1,000 bond.

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