A Pasco man appeared upset with a stretch limo Hummer and began beating it with a 2x4 on Saturday. The limousine was parked behind the Pasco Farmers Market when Juan Diego Rojas, 24, of Pasco, is accused of damaging the vehicle with a piece of lumber at 8 p.m., said Pasco police Sgt. Scott Warren.
One of two Dodges is towed back over from being on its top. One car failed to yield the right of way at the intersection of Road 76 and West Wrigley Drive in Pasco on Thursday afternoon. No injuries were reported.
A surveillance video shows a 14- to 17-year-old boy run up onto a porch at a home in West Richland on Wednesday and beat on the front screen door, breaking it and running off, said West Richland police. They suspect he lives in the Desert View Manufactured Home Community, 6500 Desert View Drive. Anyone recognizing the suspect is asked to call the West Richland police at 509-967-3425.
Allen W. Hendrick, 55, of Pasco was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct at the Thunderbird Motel on Wednesday at 3:28. Police said he damaged the door to the patrol car and was booked for felony malicious mischief.
Kennewick police remind people to call them when something suspicious takes place. As an example of legal yet odd behavior, the police provided a home surveillance video of two young men ringing a doorbell at 3 a.m. The residents did not know them and did not open the door.
The Richland police are asking the public to help identify a man suspected of trying to steal from a parked car on March 13 at 1:20 a.m. on Newhaven Loop. If you recognize the suspect, you are asked to call the police at 509-942-7360.
Pasco police officer Matt Griffin attempted to pull over a speeding red pickup driven around 1:15 a.m. Sunday. According to the Pasco police Facebook page, the man refused to stop and sped off from the area of Eighth and Clark, getting onto Lewis Street and heading over the blue bridge. On the Highway 395 ramp heading up to the Kennewick highlands, the left rear tire blew and the pickup slewed around, facing the wrong way. In this video, you can watch the tire blow out and the pickup swing around. There were no injuries.
The man walking through the room carrying an iPad was stealing the tablet from Get Air Trampoline Park in Kennewick. Anyone recognizing him is asked to call the Kennewick police at 509-628-0333 or 509-586-8477.