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Cadillac stolen from driveway

Yakima County Sheriff deputies only received three calls from Lower Valley residents yesterday (Monday).

Burglar leaves empty-handed

A burglary was reported to Grandview police yesterday morning in the 600 block of South Elm Street.

Firemen kept busy

Sunnyside firemen have responded to 17 aid calls and made nine patient transfers since last Thursday. In addition, firemen provided four facility transfers.

Cell phone theft among police activity

Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Monday) had a relatively quiet 24 hours.

Deputies handle routine calls

Yakima County Sheriff deputies responded to more than 20 calls in the Lower Valley over the weekend, including investigating four reports of suspicious activity and two reports of fraud.

Mabton officers arrest escapee from state DOC

Mabton police arrested an adult male this past Sunday in the 100 block of Second Avenue on a Washington State Department of Corrections felony escape warrant.

Burglar has second thoughts

Police in Grandview investigated a burglary report filed last Friday night from the 500 block of Crescent Drive.

Several firearm incidents in S’side

Police in Sunnyside took several individuals into custody this past weekend after responding to a number of calls.

Counterfeit bill found in Mabton

Mabton police recovered a counterfeit $10 bill this week in the 300 block of Main Street.

No one hurt in canal incident

A Sunnyside motorist had a close call with a SVID canal Thursday night in the 700 block of West Edison Avenue.

Toy jeep stolen near Outlook

A motorized toy jeep was reported stolen last night (Thursday) from the 400 block of South Lester Road near Outlook. The incident is under investigation by Yakima County Sheriff deputies.

Routine calls for Mabton police

Mabton police made three traffic stops this past Tuesday, which resulted in two arrests on outstanding warrants. In the other incident a warning was issued to children riding a go-kart.

Grandview cops have slow day

Police in Grandview responded to reports of a juvenile problem, an animal problem, a parking problem and a runaway juvenile yesterday (Wednesday).

S’side firemen called out numerous times

During the past two days, Sunnyside firemen have responded to seven aid calls, conducted five patient transports and made four facility transfers.

Quiet day in Sunnyside for local police

Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Wednesday) handled a number of routine calls.

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