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GRANDVIEW POLICE

JANUARY 2

Suspicious circumstance on Nicka Road.

Traffic hazard on West Fifth Street.

Non-injury crash on North Euclid Road.

Traffic hazard on Old Prosser Highway at Elm Street.

Suspicious circumstance on East Second Street at Ash Street.

Domestic disturbance on Carriage Court.

Traffic hazard on West Wine Country Road.

Business alarm on East Wine Country Road.

Information on Wilson Highway.

Suspicious circumstance on Forsell Road at North Euclid Road.

Suspicious circumstance on West Second Street.

JANUARY 3

Traffic hazard on West Wine Country Road.

GRANGER POLICE

JANUARY 2

Recovered stolen property on state Highway 223 at Van Belle Road.

MABTON POLICE

JANUARY 2

Burglary on Rose Street.

Welfare check on Monroe Street.

SUNNYSIDE POLICE

JANUARY 2

Traffic hazard on East Lincoln Avenue at South 16th Street.

Traffic hazard on North Avenue at North 16th Street.

Traffic hazard on Alexander Road.

Traffic hazard on East Yakima Valley Highway at Waneta Road.

Traffic hazard on South 16th Street at East Lincoln Avenue.

Traffic hazard on South 16th Street at East Lincoln Avenue.

Transport to North Front Street, Yakima.

Suspicious circumstance on South 14th Street.

Runaway juvenile on North 16th Street.

Traffic hazard on Waneta Road at East Yakima Valley Highway.

Unknown crash on Yakima Valley Highway at Maple Grove Road.

Harassment on South Seventh Street.

Non-injury crash on Yakima Valley Highway at Maple Grove Road.

Harassment on West Madison Avenue.

Traffic hazard on East Alexander Road at Yakima Valley Highway.

Traffic hazard on North 16th Street at Sheller Road.

Traffic hazard on Oak Street at North 16th Street.

Recovered juvenile on North 16th Street.

Traffic hazard on East Edison Avenue.

Trespassing on East Lincoln Avenue.

Suspicious circumstance on Victory Way.

Traffic hazard on North 16th Street.

Welfare check on Yakima Valley Highway.

Hit-and-run crash on Morgan Road.

Assist agency on Maple Grove Road.

Business alarm on Midvale Road.

Residential alarm on North Avenue.

Traffic hazard on Cemetery Road.

Traffic hazard on South First Street at South Hill Road.

Assist resident on East South Hill Road.

Information on South 16th Street.

Domestic disturbance on Scoon Road.

Traffic hazard on Scoon Road at North Avenue.

JANUARY 3

Warrant service on South Sixth Street.

Warrant service on East Lincoln Avenue.

Suspicious circumstance on Sunset Place.

WAPATO POLICE

JANUARY 2

Information on East Sixth Street.

Traffic hazard on Campbell Road at West Wapato Road.

Information on South Simcoe Road.

Non-injury crash on South Wapato Avenue at North Wapato Avenue.

Assault on South Naches Avenue.

Welfare check on state Highway 97.

Non-injury crash on West First Street.

Suspicious circumstance on West First Street.

YAKIMA COUNTY SHERIFF

JANUARY 2

Traffic hazard on state Highway 241 and Forsell Road, Grandview.

Traffic hazard on Van Belle Road, Granger.

Traffic hazard on Alexander Road, Sunnyside.

Traffic hazard on Scoon Road at Independence Road, Sunnyside.

Traffic hazard on Van Belle Road at Arms Road.

Non-injury crash on Interstate 82, Sunnyside.

Traffic hazard on Van Belle Road at Price Road, Sunnyside.

Non-injury crash on East Zillah Drive at Thacker Road, Zillah.

Missing person on Smith Road, Zillah.

Residential alarm on Knight Hill Road, Zillah.

Hit-and-run crash on Yakima Valley Highway, Zillah.

Welfare check on Monroe Street, Mabton.

Recovered stolen vehicle on state Highway 223 at Van Belle Road.

Traffic hazard on Van Belle Road at Liberty Road.

Traffic hazard on Dekker Road, Outlook.

ZILLAH POLICE

JANUARY 2

Unsecure premises on Cherry Hill Lane.

Welfare check on Fountain Boulevard.

Suicidal person on state Highway 22 at Quick Lane..



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