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Jacob Lucey Behind Bars Again and Looking at New Charges

Jacob Lucey, 29, is back behind bars after police arrested him at a Yakima home on Friday afternoon. Lucey missed his first court date two weeks ago.

Recapturing him became a top priority for Yakima Police Department, but police are most upset they had to hunt him down at all

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Father and Son Argument Turned Nearly Fatal

A father and son argument turned near fatal Saturday night at a home in West Valley. Yakima Police were called to the home on the 500 block of North 80th Avenue at about 10:45 p.m. They found a 51-year-old man suffering from serious knife wounds to his arm and neck

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Yakima Police Still on The Searching for Convicted Felon Jacob Lucey

Yakima police are still searching for the convicted felon who was given a 24 hour furlough to visit his sick mother. Officers have not  been able to track down 29-year-old Jacob Lucey. Linda Cook told action news she is hurt by the negative comments about her s

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Investigation of Goggin Family Murder Case Continues

Despite a plea bargain agreement that allowed 30-year-old Kevin Harper to escape murder charges last month the investigation into the Goggin family murders continues. Yakima County Chief Deputy Stew Graham says investigators are now focusing on Tracy Culton, the only other suspect charged with murder in the case

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Felon Freed From Jail to See Sick Mom But Never Returns

A convicted felon from Yakima with an extensive rap sheet got out of jail for a day and has not been back seen since. He is suspected of committing new crimes. Jacob Lucey, 29, has nearly a dozen convictions under his belt

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Watchful Neighbors Helps Stop House Burglary

Three people are in county jail today after being caught burglarizing a home on the 600 block of Cornell Avenue. A neighbor who saw the suspects stacking items outside a nearby home called the Yakima Police

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Yakima Police Chief Dominic Rizzi on KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

Yakima's Top Cop, Chief Dominic Rizzi was a guest on Thursday's Mike Bastinelli show.

The Chief talked about some changes in the police department, what the recent decriminalization of recreational marijuana use might mean to his department, the continuing fight against gangs,and what people should do to prevent car theft

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Weekend Shootings Keep Yakima Police Busy

Two shootings over the weekend kept Yakima Police busy.  The first happened Friday night on the 800 block of South 10th Street. An unidentified teen was shot in the torso. Police did not make an arrest

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Watch Out, Hot Speeding Spots in Yakima

Motorists in Yakima may or may not get caught by police. News partner KIMA Actions News reports, according to speeding ticket records for Yakima Police this year there are five spots where the most tickets are written

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City Council Approve Graffiti Removal Program

A new graffiti removal program, approved by the city council this week is expected to be in operation in Yakima  within the next two months. A volunteer staff will remove the graffiti from area homes and businesses, but before graffiti is removed Yakima police gang officers want to be able to view the markings for investigative purposes

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