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GLEED — The Washington State Patrol says Lander Grow, 31, of Prosser caused a crash on Highway 12 at Kershaw Drive, two miles northeast of Gleed on May 3.

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Sunnyside or Mabton Police arrested the following people. Some may have been physically arrested, while others may have been arrested by citation.

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YAKIMA — The final suspect wanted in connection with the April 12 death of Joe Albert Fuller Jr., 44, of Granger has been transported from Snohomish County to the Yakima County Jail.

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YAKIMA — A Grandview man made a preliminary appearance in Yakima County Superior Court on April 25 after allegedly punching a woman in the lobby of the District Court in Grandview.

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The third suspect wanted in connection with the April 12 shooting death of Joe Albert Fuller, 44, of Granger is in Yakima County Jail.

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Shane Marcus Lloyd, 30, of Toppenish, and an enrolled member of the Confederated Bands and Tribes of the Yakama Nation was sentenced last Thursday after having pleaded guilty on Nov. 15, 2018 to Crime on Indian Reservation – Involuntary Manslaughter.

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Damien T. White, age 21, of Toppenish and an enrolled member of the Confederated Bands and Tribes of the Yakama Nation, was sentenced April 17 after having pleaded guilty on Jan. 9 to discharge of a firearm during a crime of violence.

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The arrest of Jose A. Gutierrez, 18, of Buena was made by Yakima County deputies, following a request from Yakima Police, who were investigating a robbery reported April 9.

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One of four suspects wanted in connection to a March 14 attempted robbery at a car wash was in court April 10.

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After more than 20 days, the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office has released the name of the county’s first homicide victim in 2019.

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Three people from a Sunnyside family are recovering from injuries sustained in a March 6 crash west of Selah just after 2 p.m.

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Members of the Pacific Northwest Violent Crimes Task Force, Yakima County Sheriff’s Office and Toppenish Police Department last Tuesday, March 5, arrested a fugitive from California.

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At around 6 p.m. Thursday, March 7, a deer darted onto Interstate 82 at Milepost 89, causing a Grandview woman to strike it with her 2011 Audi A5.

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The U.S. Marshals Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Taskforce (PNVOTF), working with Canadian authorities, have extradited Juvenal Moreno-Garcia, a homicide suspect from Sunnyside who was hiding in British Columbia, Canada, under an assumed name.

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The Law Enforcement Against Drugs Task Force conducted an investigation related to guns being stored in a shed at a Parkland Drive home and arrested two last Tuesday, Feb. 12.

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A Zillah man faces a reckless driving charge after allegedly causing a crash that shut down both eastbound lanes on Interstate 82 at Milepost 33 in Yakima.

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After leading multiple law enforcement agencies on a lengthy pursuit and a 4-hour standoff, a 56-year-old from Grandview man is dead.

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A 34-year-old woman is dead after a crash on Jan. 3 at South Wapato and Progressive roads. Yakima County Sheriff’s deputy Wes Rasmussen said Caroline Pacheco died after her vehicle crashed into a semi, driven by Aleksandr Mirko, 44.

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A Grandview man is facing an attempted eluding charge, and potentially a driving under the influence charge, after leading Yakima Police on a high-speed chase last Friday.

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One man is nursing his injuries while another faces assault charges after causing those injuries.

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