CAPTURED: WMW viewer tip leads to wanted, homeless felon with history of stalking victims

The Department of Corrections says DOC officers arrested Michael Bush on Friday night, after receiving a Crime Stoppers tip from a Washington's Most Wanted viewer that he was in the University District.

The 34-year-old was located near NE 50th and 7th Ave NE, right off the freeway over pass in a camp.

He was wanted after officers say he failed to report to his Community Corrections Officer in Port Orchard, as ordered, after he was released from jail in King County for an Assault 2nd Degree-Substantial Bodily Harm conviction.

Bush was ordered not to be in King County because of a history of stalking his victims, but officers say he has chosen to be homeless in the Seattle area.

His criminal history includes numerous convictions for violating protection orders and no contact orders as well as Assault, Theft, Burglary, Meth possession and Criminal Trespass.

He is WMW Capture #990 thanks to tips from our viewers.

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The search is on for a convicted felon with a history of stalking his victims.

Michael Bush has a warrant for his arrest after he was released from jail in King County and then failed to report to his Community Corrections officer in Port Orchard within 24 hours.

Officers say he has a history of meth and alcohol use, resisting arrest and should be considered dangerous.

He's homeless and has been spotted in Bellevue, the University District, Pike Place Market and Victor Steinbrueck Park. He's not even supposed to be in King County, because of concerns for his victims.

He’s 34 years old, 6 feet tall and weighs 180 pounds.

If you spot him, use the P3 Tips App to submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers, or call the hot line at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).