The Yakima County Jail Booked In 25+ People This Weekend
The Yakima County Jail was super busy this weekend with the Yakima Police Department and Yakima County Sheriff’s Office departments fighting crime and arresting people for all sorts of unlawful stuff. The criminal offenses that got nearly 30 folks locked up this weekend ran the gamut of everything from driving without license misdemeanors to the most bizarre violations like getting caught possessing drugs while locked up IN JAIL, which happens to be a felony.
HOW MANY PEOPLE GOT ARRESTED THIS PAST WEEKEND?
29 people were arrested and booked into the Yakima County Jail for the weekend of September 17th-19th.
CAN WE SEE THE RECENT MUGSHOTS OF THESE PEOPLE WHO GOT ARRESTED IN YAKIMA COUNTY?
We would show you their photos but here in Washington state, jail mugshot photographs are protected from the public unless a Washington state law enforcement agency needs to use them to help locate a wanted person or person of interest.
“(4)(a) Law enforcement may use booking photographs of a person arrested or confined in a local or state penal institution to assist them in conducting investigations of crimes.” - Washington State Law RCW 70.48.100
“Most other inmate jail records (including booking photos) are confidential and are exempt from public disclosure (RCW 70.48.100).”
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WHAT WERE PEOPLE ARRESTED FOR THIS PAST WEEKEND IN YAKIMA COUNTY?
Here is a list of some of the things that got people locked up in the Yakima County Jail this weekend for September 17th thru 19th.
- Criminal Trespass
- Driving under the influence (and not having an ignition interlock device in the car they were driving)
- Driving with suspended licenses
- Exposing minor children to domestic violence
- Fugitive from Justice (they had an active arrest warrant in another county)
- Hit and Run
- Malicious Mischief
- Possession of stolen property
- Reckless burning
- Residential Burglary
- Resisting Arrest
- Theft of a vehicle
- Unlawful Imprisonment
- Unlawful possession of firearms
- Violations of No-Contact Orders
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WHERE CAN WE DO A YAKIMA COUNTY JAIL ROSTER INMATE LOOKUP?
If you want to keep track of who got arrested or who is currently in the Yakima County Jail (111 N Front St) click here.
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