The Grant County Sheriff’s Office (GCSO) assisted the U.S. Marshals in the capture of two wanted felons who were discovered in Sunland Estates on June 10.
The Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force, led by U.S. Marshals, tracked 39-year-old Shawn M. Entzel to a home in the 25000 block of Quincy Street Southwest in the Sunland Estates community.
The Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force asked for assistance from GCSO around 4 p.m. when Entzel refused to come out of the home. Sheriff’s deputies and U.S. Marshals eventually went in after negotiations failed and Entzel was taken into custody without incident around 6:30 p.m.
Also found at the home was 50-year-old Lisa C. Falk, who had an outstanding Chelan County felony warrant for possession of a firearm. She also originally refused to come out, and then was later taken into custody.
Entzel is lodged in the Grant County Jail for three felony warrants for violation of a no contact order. The Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force has placed a federal detainer on Entzel as they finalize several federal charges against Entzel, but those charges are unclear. Falk is also lodged in the Grant County Jail.
GCSO is currently investigating Entzel’s connection to the Sunland home.
The Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force is led by the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) Western District of Washington and it includes twenty seven federal, state and local law enforcement partnering agencies. The task force specializes in locating and arresting violent fugitives for offenses that include, but not limited to; homicide, assault, sex crimes, failure to register as a sex offender, firearm violations and federal probation violations.