Neighbors and a Benton County Sheriff’s deputy round up a loose cow in front of the house on Missimer Road in Prosser where a deputy fired at Kirk Riddle on Dec. 10. Police say Riddle fled from the home in a Suburban and crashed through fencing and gates in a nearby cattle pasture, leading police on a lengthy pursuit through rural Benton and Yakima counties.
Neighbors and a Benton County Sheriff’s deputy round up a loose cow in front of the house on Missimer Road in Prosser where a deputy fired at Kirk Riddle on Dec. 10. Police say Riddle fled from the home in a Suburban and crashed through fencing and gates in a nearby cattle pasture, leading police on a lengthy pursuit through rural Benton and Yakima counties. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Neighbors and a Benton County Sheriff’s deputy round up a loose cow in front of the house on Missimer Road in Prosser where a deputy fired at Kirk Riddle on Dec. 10. Police say Riddle fled from the home in a Suburban and crashed through fencing and gates in a nearby cattle pasture, leading police on a lengthy pursuit through rural Benton and Yakima counties. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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