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.
Police in Grandview responded to reports of a juvenile problem, an animal problem, a parking problem and a runaway juvenile yesterday (Wednesday).
During the past two days, Sunnyside firemen have responded to seven aid calls, conducted five patient transports and made four facility transfers.
Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Wednesday) handled a number of routine calls.
In some of a half dozen calls to the Yakima County Sheriff’s Department Office yesterday (Wednesday), residents of the Lower Yakima Valley reported a gray appaloosa running down the roadway in the 1100 block of Wendell Phillips Road, a lost identification card and a stolen car parked near the intersection of Van Belle and Cemetery roads.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies had a quiet day in the Lower Valley yesterday, responding to only three calls, two of which included an animal problem and a domestic incident.
An 18-year-old female was arrested by Grandview police yesterday afternoon (Tuesday) after striking a vehicle with her own in the high school parking lot, then leaving the scene.
A 4-year-old boy and his mother were struck by an SUV driven by an adult male yesterday afternoon (Tuesday).
Sunnyside firemen responded to an unknown fire call in the 2000 block of Penn Avenue this past Monday afternoon.
Sunnyside police have been busy with a number of routine calls since yesterday (Monday).
A car accident on I-82 at the outskirts of the Sunnyside city limits yesterday afternoon left a local woman with serious injuries.
Police in Grandview are investigating a burglary report made yesterday afternoon (Monday) from the 500 block of Stassen Way. A shed was broken into and lawn equipment was stolen.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies handled five traffic incidents yesterday (Monday), including assisting at an injury accident at milepost 69 on I-82.
A stove fire reported to Sunnyside firemen just after 12 noon. yesterday (Sunday) resulted in $600 damage to the appliance and surrounding kitchen, according to Sunnyside Fire Department officials.
At approximately 5:30 a.m. this morning (Monday) Sunnyside police officers responded to shots-fired calls in the 1500 block of South 15th Street.