Richland Police Chief Chris Skinner and Lt. James Mjor of the Washington State Patrol share information about a multi-agency law enforcement child sex sting held recently in Richland. The five-day operation, led by the Washington State Patrol Missing and Exploited Children Task Force, resulted in 26 arrests.
Bob BrawdyTri-City Herald
Child sex sting press conference in Richland
These teens plotted to kill a classmate, say officials
Rape suspect captured after chase across Tri-Cities
Police search Zintel Canyon for shooting suspect
Kennewick woman in court for allegedly hooking up husband with teen girl.
Child molestation trial begins for a former Pasco city councilman
Video: The aftermath of a house fire
Richland police remind you to lock it, remove it or lose it
Kennewick police release footage from officer-involved Hassan shooting
This 16-year-old is charged with murder conspiracy
Arson suspected at early morning Kennewick house fire
Car prowler in Kennewick caught on home security camera
Police search Zintel Canyon for shooting suspect Jesus G. Salas, a well-known gang member who with a violent past. Salas escaped from a house on Yelm Place after officers prepared to search it for arson suspect Eliseo Garcia, 33.
Attorneys gave opening statements Tuesday in the child molestation trial of former Pasco City Councilman Chi Flores in Franklin County Superior Court in Pasco. Flores is accused of molesting a young girl in 2016.
Fire inspector Ethan Bishop of the Kennewick Department shares preliminary details about a suspected arson fire in a home at 303 W. 19th Ave. in Kennewick. Firefighters removed Sergio S. Tijerina, 34, from the burning home and Kennewick Police later booked him into the jail on an arson charge. Three other people escaped from the house. No one was injured.
The Kennewick Police Department is seeking information about a car prowler that stole from numerous vehicles on September 21, 2017 in the Creekstone neighborhood area. One of the items taken is a red backpack style EMT trauma kit belonging to a local first responder. Call (509) 628-0333 to reports any leads.