A woman on her motorized newspaper route phoned Sunnyside police at 3:27 this morning to report she had picked up a female whom she saw thrown out of a red, four-wheel drive vehicle.
The assault took place at Saul Road and East Otis Avenue. According to officers, they contacted the victim, who, at her request, had been taken by the news carrier to a residence on Newhouse Avenue. There are no further details on this assault at this time.
A burglary was reported yesterday, Aug. 28, at 8:14 a.m. by a resident in the 100 block of North 16th Street. No details were available as to what, if anything, was taken in the break-in.
From 8:14 a.m. yesterday to 7:40 a.m. today, Sunnyside police investigated an automatic alarm, six animal problems, two fights, one report of harassment, an intoxicated person, a 911 hang-up call, a runaway juvenile reported to be in Seattle, four traffic problems and a trespasser.
They also served a court order and an arrest warrant, gave one assist to an agency and three to residents, provided two extra patrols and received 10 informational calls, which they followed up. Officers also provided traffic control at a car fire in the 1000 block of South Sixth Street yesterday about 3 p.m.