The local folks who drive the downtown streets of Sunnyside will be asked to help “Fill the Boot” this coming Friday, Aug. 22.
An errant BB pellet injured a man in the 400 block of West Maple Avenue Monday night, according to Sunnyside police.
A resident living in the 1700 block of High School Road near Mabton returned home last night (Monday) to find the front door kicked in and the house ransacked, but did not find anything missing, according to Yakima County Sheriff deputies.
Police in Grandview had a relatively quiet day Monday, logging only six incidents, including a report of fraud, a report of assault and a report of trespassing.
Since yesterday morning (Monday), Sunnyside firefighters have responded to six aid calls, made three transports and provided a facility transfer.
Sunnyside police are investigating a report of a stolen laptop taken from the 1600 block of Sheller Road. The victim reported the laptop missing last Friday afternoon.
Police in Grandview have arrested seven persons wanted by authorities since last Thursday morning, not including an arrest made at a traffic stop.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies are investigating a burglary reported yesterday afternoon (Sunday) from the 1900 block of Braden Road near Grandview.
A Prosser man rolled his pick-up truck yesterday afternoon while driving in a remote area of the Horse Heaven Hills.
Sunnyside firemen have responded to five requests for lift assists since last Thursday and have made one welfare check.