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YAKIMA — Bail has been set for a Sunnyside man arrested in connection with a May 30 shooting incident in Sunnyside near S. Ninth Street and Yakima Valley Highway.

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SUNNYSIDE — Police have no new leads in the Sunday, May 30 shooting at the intersection of South Ninth Street and Yakima Valley Highway, but a person of interest has been identified.

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YAKIMA — Granger man Carlos Jair Garcia-Amezcua, 27, was charged with reckless driving, eluding police, and driving with a suspended license on Tuesday, May 26, following a police chase with speeds exceeding 125 mph.

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SUNNYSIDE — When the weather began to turn chaotic late afternoon Saturday, tumultuous winds picked up, scattered rain fell and the thunder of bullets rang out close to the busy intersection of Ninth Street and the 800 block of Yakima Valley Highway as multiple calls of shots fired were received by the Police Department at 3:15 p.m.

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TOPPENISH — Raymond Allen Buffalo Keys, 26, was arrested on May 21 and is being held on a $50,000 bond after charged with being in possession of a stolen motor vehicle, eluding police officers, resisting arrest, being involved in a hit and run, harming a police dog and driving with a suspended license.

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YAKIMA —The Yakima Sheriff’s Department is seeking the public’s assistance after a robbery in Terrace Heights on May 6, resulting in a homicide.

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YAKIMA — The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office has informed the public of a sexual offender who has been released from jail and is reported to live in Granger.

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ZILLAH — Carlos Mendoza, 26, is being held on a $20,000 bond for an alleged domestic violence assault in violation of a protection order in Yakima County Jail.

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