Sunday, June 25, 2017 This Week's Paper

Outrun the cops and help Special Olympics

Are you faster than a cop? On Saturday, Sept. 28 at 10 pm at Pierce College in Puyallup, see if you can outrun the men and women in blue and raise money for Special Olympics athletes. Walkers, runners, kids and costumes are welcome.

Puyallup Police Chief Bryan Jeter says, “It is not your typical 5K run where people are really worried about their time. It's more about having fun and raising money and awareness for a great cause. So, we're really excited to see the creativity of people, and what they have for their uniforms."

Law enforcement will be staged throughout the course. You will need to cross the finish line in 30 minutes or less to avoid being locked up in the “Special Olympics Slammer” and ticketed for not being able to outrun the cops. Registration is $40 per person and includes an event T-shirt. Q13 Fox News anchor and "Washington's Most Wanted" host David Rose will be there with the Washington’s Most Wanted Dodge Charger, so stop by and get your photo with the Crime Stoppers team. Grab a “partner in crime” and “Run from the Cops.” To register, go to