Two suspects wanted in an attempted kidnapping at Macy's in union gap in April face charges this week after being arrested in the Tri-Cities on Friday. Members of the U.S. Marshals Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force (PNVOTF) with assistance from the FBI Violent Crimes and Pasco Police Department Street Crimes Unit arrested 20-year-old Jaime Miranda and 20-year-ol Kameron Mullaly in Pasco. Union Gap Police say
Miranda and Mullaly were identified as suspects by the Union Gap Police Department in connection with an Armed Robbery, Attempted Kidnapping, Felony Assault, and Threats to Kill incident that happened at the Macy’s Department Store  on April 24.  Additional charges also include, Eluding, Hit and Run, Possession of Stolen Motor Vehicle.
Investigators say they developed information that both subjects were hiding out in the Tri-Cities, WA area.  Team members, which include members of the Benton County Sheriff’s Office, Kennewick Police Department and Washington State Department of Corrections, conducted multiple surveillance operations in the area.  The surveillance operations resulted in the safe arrests of both Miranda and Mullaly at a Pasco area business park.  A firearm was recovered in the vehicle. In addition, a third individual not related to events in Union Gap was arrested on an outstanding Felony Eluding warrant out of Franklin County, WA.