Ten arrests in about 48 hours

64 people in jail as of Thursday morning

— Police here had arrested 10 people between Tuesday and Thursday last week for various violations.

The arrests started with Mario Anthony Mata, 20, of 990 Woodin Road Sunnyside. He was stopped at 11:10 and charged with third-degree driving while license revoked or suspended.

At 11:47 the same day, Raul Partida Farias, 23, of 870 Grandview Pavement Road, Grandview, was taken in on court commitments in Sunnyside and an agency hold for Toppenish.

At 11:18 p.m., Nicolas Diaz Jr. of 612 S. Ninth St. Sunnyside, was arrested for third-degree malicious mischief domestic violence, third-degree driving while license suspended or revoked and drug paraphernalia violation.

The next arrest came at 7:46 a.m. Wednesday when Michael Nicholas Leyva, 35, of 208 W. 4th Ave. Toppenish, was picked up for driving a motor vehicle without an ignition interlock and DUI.

At 12:28 a.m. Thursday, Steven Stefredo Baldonado, 27, a Sunnyside transient, was picked up for drug paraphernalia use and criminal trespass.

At 10:33 Thursday, Omar Ornelas-Villa, 25, of 309 W. 13th Ave. Ellensburg, was picked up on a court commitment for Ellensburg.

At 11:09, Jacob Adrian Correa, 30, of 393 McLean Road Sunnyside, was arrested for fourth-degree assault domestic violence.

At 11:24, Keith Tate Curtis, 62, of 991 Outlook Road Outlook, was arrested for third-degree driving while license suspended or revoked and third-degree theft, under $750.

At 12:02 Thursday, Miguel Valencia Jr., 24, of 1204 E. Edison Ave. Sunnyside, was arrested on a hold for the department of corrections.

At 6:11 p.m., Jose Luis Casas, 20, of 915 Barnes Ct. Sunnyside, was picked up on a court commitment Sunnyside.

Thursday there were 64 inmates in Sunnyside Jail.


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