Deputies from the Yakima County Sheriff’s office are investigating a report of a theft made yesterday afternoon (Monday) from near the intersection of Charvet and Grey roads near Mabton.
Police in Grandview have handled a high number of calls since yesterday morning (Monday), including...
The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs will perform an assessment...
Scott Bailey was sworn in as a commander in the Sunnyside Police Department Monday night, yesterday, by Mayor Jim Restucci.
The loud music complaints poured into the Sunnyside police dispatch line this weekend with officers fielding noise complaints throughout the community from last Saturday afternoon through Sunday evening.
Deputies from the Yakima County Sheriff’s office have been busy in the Lower Valley this past weekend, starting with an investigation into the theft of a 1993 Chevy pick-up from the 1100 block of West Riverside Avenue near Sunnyside last Friday morning.
Early this morning, Monday, a new business in the 400 block of Stover Road was broken into.
Sunnyside firefighters responded to an automatic alarm this past Saturday afternoon in the 400 block of Nicolai Avenue, only to find it was set off by burnt food on a stove.
A routine traffic stop late Thursday night led to the recovery of a vehicle reportedly taken from the Ellensburg area and the subsequent arrest of the vehicle’s driver, according to a Sunnyside police press release issued this morning, Friday.
A one-vehicle accident at the intersection of Allen and Waneta roads, send one man to the Sunnyside Community Hospital emergency room early this morning (Friday).
A bronze vase was reported as stolen from a cemetery yesterday afternoon (Thursday) in the 7800 block of Van Belle Road near Sunnyside, according to the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office.
Police in Grandview received only a few calls yesterday (Thursday), including a report of a traffic hazard, a report of suspicious activity and a report of an assault that is still being investigated.
Cory James Mason, a kidnapper on the registered offenders list, is listed as a transient with no fixed address in Yakima County, according to the Yakima County Sheriff’s office.
Sunnyside firemen are investigating three fires which occurred during the past 24 hours.
A shoplifter escaped with an armful of clothing from the local Goodwill store last night, according to Sunnyside police.