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Yakima Police Unveil New SWAT Vehicle

Yakima Police unveiled it's newest weapon against crime. An armored SWAT vehicle.  SWAT team commander Sergeant Gary Jones says it replaces the current Vietnam era vehicle which is owned by the U

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New Philosophy Helping Yakima Police

Yakima Police officials say a change of philosophy in the department is helping to drop local crime numbers.

Chief Dominic Rizzi says that in the first six months of the year auto theft is down 32 percent and burglaries are down 15 percent when compared to the same time last year

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Late Night Accident Totals Police Car

Yakima Police said a woman in a red truck crashed into a brand new police cruiser late Thursday night.

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Yakima Police Seeking National Night Out Information Partners

 

The Yakima Police Department (YPD) invites businesses to join them at the 2013 National Night Out, "Party With The Police".

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Hit-and-Run Driver Turns Self In

The driver wanted in a hit and run crash last week that seriously injured a Yakima man turned himself into police and is now being held in the Yakima County Jail.

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Yakima Police Bicycle Patrol Hitting the Streets

Starting Today Yakima's downtown will see a bicycle patrol unit. Chief Dominic Rizzi is hoping the patrols will help people feel safe while in the downtown area. Two officers everyday on 10 hour shifts will cruise all over the downtown area beginning this morning. They will work closely with downtown crews to help people feel safer while walking, shopping or dining in downtown Yakima.

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Yakima Man Victim of Hit and Run in Serious Condition. Yakima Police Finds Car-Driver Missing

Yakima Police have found the car but the driver is still missing after a hit and run crash at 3rd Street and Maple Wednesday night that left a Yakima man with serious injuries. Capt. Rod Light says 53-year-old James Dale Henderson was crossing the street at the intersection when he was hit

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20-Year-Old Mother Faces Charges of Assault of Her 3 Month-Old Baby

A 20-year-old mother is being held in the Yakima County Jail today after police say she assaulted her 3 month old baby at a Yakima home last Thursday. Police Lt. Mike Merryman says Mishaela Lockbeam-Wheeler was arrested on Friday after she told police the baby fell off a couch and was injured

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Mother of 3-Month-Old Baby Arrested on Assault Charges

Yakima police are investigating the assault of a 3 month-old-baby after the mother was arrested and held on 1 million dollars bail.

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Yakima Police Honor Their Own

The Yakima Police Department recognized some of its own on Tuesday during an awards ceremony at the Yakima Convention Center.

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