Police in Grandview have investigated three reports of suspicious activity since yesterday morning (Thursday).
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies investigated a report yesterday morning, Thursday, of a car theft from the 300 block of Murray Road near Mabton. The report turned out to be unfounded.
Police in Sunnyside have stayed busy since yesterday with a steady flow of routine calls for service.
Police in Grandview received few calls yesterday, Wednesday.
More than half the calls Yakima County Sheriff deputies received from the Lower Valley yesterday (Wednesday) involved reports of animal problems, including two incidents of cows in roadways.
A gas leak in the 1800 block of East Edison Avenue this past Tuesday morning gave Sunnyside firemen small cause for concern as the leak was quickly discovered and contained.
Since yesterday (Wednesday) police in Sunnyside have been alerted to a theft in the 500 block of North Fourth Street.
A charge of murder in the first degree was filed in Franklin County Superior Court yesterday (Wednesday) against Santos Flores-Alcaide of Grandview and Enrique Alcaide of Sunnyside.
An attempt by the Grandview School District to get some of the fees related to a settlement with a deaf student dismissed resulted in reducing the district’s total bill by only about $8,000.
Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Tuesday) been alerted to two thefts.
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies cited a dog owner in the 1300 block of Braden Road near Grandview yesterday afternoon (Tuesday) after a biting incident.
Police in Grandview have been alerted to a graffiti incident in the 200 block of Elm Street, reported yesterday morning (Tuesday).
PASCO – Appearing in Franklin County Superior Court yesterday, Monday, Santos Flores-Alcaide of Grandview and Enrique Alcaide of Sunnyside were placed on a 72-hour hold as suspects in the shooting death of a Pasco man.
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies have handled a half dozen calls from the Lower Valley since yesterday morning (Monday).