Shoplifting incidents at two retail businesses in Sunnyside were among the Sunnyside Police Department’s calls for service yesterday (Tuesday).
Police in Grandview received three noise complaints last night (Tuesday), two of them from the 100 block of Elm Street and one from the 900 block of West Fourth Street.
A youngster preparing for her quinceanera is without her formal dress thanks to a thief who reportedly stole it yesterday (Monday).
Police in Grandview investigated a hit and run at the intersection of East Wine Country Road and Elm Street yesterday afternoon
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a theft reported last night in the 400 block of Brewer Road near Grandview.
Two fires consuming more than 1,600 acres to date and threatening 100 buildings – not to mention an interstate highway – led to Washington state mobilizing its resources yesterday afternoon.
Sunnyside firemen responded to a report of a porch fire in the 1400 block of South 16th Street at approximately 1:30 a.m. this morning, Tuesday.
Weekend crashes at opposite ends of the county resulted in five people being treated for injuries at area hospitals.
Police in Sunnyside have since last Friday been kept busy, including being called out to investigate three thefts.
Two vehicles were reported damaged last Saturday morning by young juveniles who were allegedly walking and climbing on them.
Mabton police are currently investigating report of an assault that allegedly occurred in the 700 block of Allison Road last Friday.
Deputies from the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office were busy this past weekend with calls from the Lower Valley.
Sunnyside firemen were called to extinguish a house fire in the 500 block of South 14th Street last Friday evening at about 7 p.m. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies investigated a theft report made yesterday afternoon, Thursday, in the 7100 block of Van Belle Road near Sunnyside.
Police in Grandview have responded to about 20 calls since yesterday morning, Thursday, including seven reports of suspicious activity.