Since last Monday, Sunnyside firemen/EMTs have responded to 15 emergency aid calls.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies received a report Wednesday morning of a theft in the 400 block of Price Lane near Outlook.
Since Wednesday morning, Grandview police have handled a lot of routine calls.
An elderly Mabton man was transported to a local hospital this past Monday after being attacked and severely bitten by dogs in the 400 block of Cedar Street.
Police in Sunnyside have since this past Wednesday handled several routine calls for service from the public.
Seven juveniles allegedly fighting in Westside Park were arrested yesterday afternoon (Tuesday) after fleeing from police officers and trespassing on railroad property, according to Grandview police.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies have only logged four incidents in the Lower Valley since yesterday morning, Tuesday, including a complaint of an animal problem near Outlook early yesterday morning and a civil matter last night near Sunnyside.
A resident in the 500 block of South 12th Street in Sunnyside yesterday (Tuesday) reported a gun was stolen from her home. Details regarding the incident were not provided.
While Sunnyside Police Chief Al Escalera is away at the FBI academy to undergo training, the Sunnyside Police Department will have a temporary reorganization.
Wanting to better understand issues in different neighborhoods and find remedies for problems citizens are experiencing, the Sunnyside Police Department is committing itself to a community policing effort.
Sunnyside Fire Chief Aaron Markham, at last night’s Sunnyside Public Safety Subcommittee meeting, said on-call volunteer officers have filled a need at the Sunnyside Fire Department.
During the past weekend, Sunnyside firemen/EMTs responded to 15 emergency aid calls.