Last night (Monday) a vehicle parked in the 1200 block of Grandridge Road had a window broken out, possibly by a rock that was found nearby. The incident is being investigated by Grandview police.
Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Monday) handled several routine calls for service.
A 16-year-old boy from Outlook, according to the Washington State Patrol, caused a two-car accident late yesterday afternoon.
Two Sunnyside men required emergency medical treatment at Sunnyside Community Hospital yesterday afternoon following a motor vehicle accident that Washington State Patrol troopers blame on a driver being impaired by either alcohol or drugs.
Since last Friday police in Sunnyside have been alerted to four thefts, three of which were shoplifting incidents at Walmart.
Angela M. Walker, 36, and her husband, Kyle J. Walker, 35, of Toppenish were killed in a two-vehicle crash in the early morning hours yesterday (Sunday) at the intersection of Meyers Road and SR-22 near Toppenish.
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating two burglaries reported in the Lower Valley last Thursday.
Police in Grandview arrested a 24-year-old Sunnyside resident after a three-vehicle collision last Friday morning at West Wine Country and Stover roads. The driver who caused the accident rear-ended a passenger car that had stopped for traffic, pushing that vehicle into a stopped pickup truck.
A shoplifting incident at the Sunnyside Rite Aid store quickly turned into a robbery yesterday (Thursday).
A home at 8550 Van Belle Rd. near Sunnyside sustained an estimated $15,000 in damages as a result of a stove fire this past Wednesday.
Accused of an armed robbery in which he allegedly shot and injured the victim about two weeks ago, Benjamin McNair of Sunnyside is headed for trial later next month in Benton County.
A report of someone possibly stealing mail yesterday afternoon, Wednesday, in the 900 block of Butternut Road turned out to be a postal carrier in their personal vehicle delivering the mail, according to Grandview police.
Sunnyside police were yesterday (Wednesday) alerted to vandalism at South Hill Park.
A volunteer firefighter from Yakima County Fire District #5 drags a hose through dry grass along I-82 yesterday afternoon.
Deputies from the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office handled only five calls in the Lower Valley yesterday.