KENNEWICK -- A reported drive-by shooting in Kennewick led to the arrest of three Tri-City men into Benton County Jail on Sunday afternoon.
Abraham Carrillo, 19, and Leonel Alvarez-Guzman, both of Kennewick, and Dennis Trinidad Catalan, 19, of Pasco, are suspects in a shooting incident involving a BB or pellet gun at 605 S. Washington St., just after 2 p.m.
Police said three men were seen driving away in a gray-colored 1986 Ford Bronco II immediately after the shooting.
Kennewick authorities asked for help from other law enforcement agencies and Pasco police officers stopped the suspects' car.
The three men were questioned and booked on suspicion of the drive-by shooting.
One of the pellets damaged a taillight on a 1991 Lincoln Continental.
No one was injured, but the owner was cleaning the car wheels when the shooting occurred, police said.
Authorities report few problems during holiday
The Fourth of July was mild and well-mannered, say Tri-City law enforcement agencies.
Kennewick reported few problems during the holiday weekend, while responding to 118 calls for fireworks violations.
There were no arrests or citations, but there were several verbal warnings and some fireworks confiscated, said Officer Tony Valdez.
There also were not any arrests or citations at the 24th annual River of Fire Festival in Columbia Park on Sunday night, Valdez said.
Richland had five small fires over the weekend, and a few related to fireworks, but nothing serious, said Lt. Mike VanBeek of the Richland Fire Department.
Gage/Steptoe work set for Wednesday night
KENNEWICK -- The intersection of Gage Boulevard and Steptoe Street will be controlled by flaggers between 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. Wednesday while power to the traffic signal is out.
The outage is required for the Steptoe Street extension project construction. Work is being done at night so drivers are urged to use caution.