The police department asks residents to just tell them the truth about a driving situation before it all goes up in smoke. The driver of the car on fire allegedly lied first about driving it, then said no one was driving it. Pasco police said the car's driver told the owner she smelled smoke as she was driving the car. Police cited the woman for driving on a suspended license and giving false information. The video appears rotated, so be ready to crane your neck.
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A story of lies and fire from Pasco police
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A security officer allegedly discovered a package outside of a building at Prosser High School and brought it to administrators. Suspecting it might be an explosive the school was evacuated and other schools were locked down.
Drivers stopped at a red light at 27th Avenue and Ely Street in Kennewick on Thursday afternoon saw an attempted escape. A horse seized on a chance to break free from its trailer when a door popped open in the middle of traffic near Heritage nursery.
But he (or she) didn’t get far before his owner jumped out and corralled him with the help of some other drivers.