King County detectives catch repeat drunk driver who killed baby, Bradford Burchard

bradfordFUGITIVE CAPTURED June 18, 2013 -- The King County Sheriff's Office says detectives arrested Bradford Burchard at his girlfriend’s apartment in Kent. His girlfriend also got arrested for Rendering Criminal Assistance. FUGITIVE WANTED IN KING COUNTY June 14, 2013 -- Deadly repeat drunk driver, Bradford Burchard, turned a woman's Renton home into a horror scene in 2006 – rushing outside after he crashed into her front yard. She found a baby lying beneath the shrubs -- killed in the crash. "That was a nightmare," she said. "Something I hope I never see again. You don't want a baby to die by themselves, so you stay there and talk to them anyway, so they're not alone. I hope she knew.

Burchard blew over twice the legal limit. He plead guilty and did 5 years in prison. He got out, but recently -- got another DUI. A judge gave him work release -- but Burchard escaped last month -- and hasn't been seen since, making him a wanted fugitive in King County. “Burchard is somebody we consider very dangerous,” says King County Sgt. Cindi West. “He may not commit his crimes with a gun or a knife, but we consider him as equally dangerous. In 2006, after drinking and driving, he ran a stop sign, hit a vehicle, killed a baby girl that was in the vehicle. Injured the baby’s mother and another sibling that was in the vehicle. He spent 5 years in prison for that. Most recently, he was convicted of another DUI where he was driving down the road, rolled his vehicle. There was a witness to it, and he was eventually convicted of that. He is now on the lam. He's not in custody. We really want to get him off the streets. We believe if he gets behind the wheel, he may injure or kill somebody else." Here are the details on BRADFORD BURCHARD:

    Take a look at the photo of the tattoo on his right arm -- four cartoon-looking eyeballs -- two big ones up front, and a pair of smaller ones in back. if you know where this deadly; baby-killing drunk driver on the run is, call an anonymous tip into: CRIME STOPPERS: 1-800-222-TIPS 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. CLICK HERE for information on how to TEXT A TIP to Crime Stoppers