Sunnyside police searching for many who exposed himself to girl
January 14, 2013
Sunnyside officers are looking for a suspect who allegedly exposed himself to a juvenile female last Friday afternoon.
A Sunnyside resident in the 400 block of West South Hill Road told officers that a Hispanic male with short, dark hair in his mid-20s walked up to the home, stood in front of a sliding glass door and pulled down his pants. He then proceeded to touch himself, according to police reports. The resident says her young daughter was in front of the window when this occurred.
Officers are still looking for this suspect, who was said to have been wearing blue jeans and a black zip up sweatshirt.
In addition, Sunnyside cops have responded to four theft reports since last Thursday.
Of those calls, officers are investigating mail reportedly stolen from a mailbox, a stereo taken from a vehicle and a juvenile reportedly stealing from a local grocery store.
Officers also took a call from a Sunnyside man who said he was warming up his truck when it was taken from his driveway. Officers say the complainant lied to officers about the vehicle being stolen and was arrested on a charge of falsely reporting a crime.
In another incident, officers were in pursuit of a stolen vehicle on Saturday but the thief eventually eluded law enforcement officials. Officers enlisted help from county deputies in search for the vehicle. Officers say the stolen vehicle was found near Roza Canal with no wheels. The vehicle was stolen the night before. There was minimal body damage and the stereo and speakers were missing. Officers are still looking for the suspect who stole the vehicle and eluded officers.
Since last Thursday, Sunnyside officers have also responded to 14 traffic incidents, five agency assistance requests, five citizen assists, attempted to locate five wanted individuals and investigated three vehicle prowl reports.
Officers also investigated four suspicious circumstance reports, four trespassing complaints and four found property calls. Of the calls for service, Sunnyside cops also responded to two automatic alarms, two animal complaints, two domestic violence reports, three juvenile problems, three noise complaints and two shots-fired calls.