Sunnyside Police Chief Al Escalera told members of the Public Safety Subcommittee last night that the city needs to start replacing police cars within two years.
Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Monday) investigated a burglary and a theft, as well as a reported kidnapping.
A light blue 1998 Ford Ranger pick-up was reported stolen late last night from the 100 block of Deangela Drive, according to Grandview police.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies responded to a half dozen calls in the Lower Valley yesterday...
Rory Gene Womach, 30, of Grandview and Juan Navarro Ramirez, 25, of Yakima were apprehended by Oregon State Police this past Sunday morning during a traffic stop on I-5 near Medford, Ore.
Sunnyside firemen have responded to nine aid calls during the past 24 hours.
Officers in Grandview arrested a 19-year-old male last night (Sunday) in the 200 block of West Wine Country Road on charges of carrying a loaded pistol in his vehicle and concealing the pistol on his person without a permit and while entering a business.
Police in Sunnyside last Friday morning, just before 11 a.m., assisted the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office after a reported burglary on Sunnyside-Mabton Highway.
A suspect in a burglary attempt was captured by deputies last Friday morning in the 5400 block of Sunnyside Mabton Road near Grandview.
It is against the law to smoke marijuana in public. That’s the message Sunnyside police delivered after contacting an individual in the 400 block of Rouse Road yesterday (Thursday).
Yakima County Sheriff deputies responded to a call from a dairy in the 1600 block of Boundary Road near Mabton last night (Thursday).
Officers in Grandview were summoned to Compass High School to handle a report of illegal drugs yesterday afternoon. A juvenile was arrested in the incident.
Sunnyside firemen stamped out a brush fire in the 900 block of Ida Belle Road Thursday evening.