Shots rang out in a suspected gang-related shooting Tuesday evening in Pasco.
No one was hurt, but bullets hit a car, said Pasco police Capt. Jim Raymond.
The shooting happened about 6:15 p.m. in the 1800 block of Court Street.
The two suspects, believed to be teenage boys, were in the parking lot and accosted some people coming out of a store, Raymond said.
The suspects yelled out the name of a gang, then one pulled out a handgun and fired several shots. They then ran off before officers arrived.
"We're working on it and trying to figure out who they are," he said.
The only descriptions available were that the suspects were in their teens, wearing dark pants and gray hooded sweatshirts.
On Wednesday, Pasco police were called just before 3 p.m. to investigate a report of shots being fired near Ninth Avenue and Ruby Street. Nobody appeared to be injured.
2 Richland men arrested on charges of delivering drugs
RICHLAND -- Two Richland men were arrested early Wednesday by the Benton County sheriff's Gang Unit on drug delivery charges.
Gang detectives, with help from the Tri-City Metro Drug Task Force and Richland police's Street Crime Unit, served a warrant at 6:30 a.m. at 1210 Richmond Blvd., across the street from Liberty Christian School.
Detectives were looking for Anthony Terrell Cooper, 26, who was wanted on suspicion of delivering and possessing methamphetamine, cocaine and various illicit prescription pills, said Deputy Joe Lusignan.
Cooper was found in the home and arrested.
His roommate, Thomas Harold Duvall, 28, also was arrested on suspicion of possessing meth, cocaine and prescription pills with intent to deliver, and possession of a stolen check, Lusignan said.
Both were booked into the Benton County jail.
Pepper spray used to break up fight at state penitentiary
WALLA WALLA --Pepper spray had to be used to stop a fight between 14 prisoners at the Washington State Penitentiary.
No one was hurt when the fight broke out in a commons area inside one of the four close-custody units in the Walla Walla prison's West Complex, said Shari Hall, prison spokeswoman.
Two prisoners started fighting at 5:35 p.m. Tuesday, and the fight escalated until 14 men became involved, she said.
Correctional officers immediately responded and used pepper spray to secure the unit in less than a minute, she said.
The West Complex is the prison's second-highest custody level and houses the prison's four gang units.
The prisoners were placed in segregation while the fight is investigated.
Sunnyside man found dead suffered fatal blow to the head
YAKIMA -- A Sunnyside man found dead near Granger died from a blow to his head, authorities said.
Officials initially thought Jose Manuel Correa, 40, died from a gunshot wound, but an autopsy completed Wednesday at the Yakima County Coroner's Office showed that was incorrect, said Yakima County sheriff's Detective Sgt. Robert Udell.
Correa died from blunt force trauma to the head, Udell said. Detectives still are investigating the homicide.
Correa was found dead Monday in the 1000 block of Barnhart Road. His car was found burned Saturday night in the same area, and his family reported him missing Sunday.
Anyone with information on the homicide can call the sheriff's office at 509-574-2500 or Yakima County Crime Stoppers at 509-248-9980.
-- Paula Horton: 509-582-1556; email@example.com