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In our community there is a lot of violence that is so bad it kills people with all types of weapons people own the most common one is guns with drive by shootings and many other reasons, On November 18th a bank was robbed in kennewick and then just 2 days later a bank was robbed in yakima and then the man that was shown on an image from the cameras, when he walked in the bank he demanded “Give me all your money now” but didn’t have a weapon with him, He ended up leaving with 3,781 dollars

There was also a robbery in Sunnyside on November 7th and police officers think that the man was also in that one.

Before the man left police chased for about 20 minutes at speeds reaching up to 100 mph after the 20 minutes they finally stopped him and now he is in custody and his bail is set for 300k.


Man wanted in 2016 shooting in Phoenix, Will be extradited to Yakima, Jose Agustin Silva wanted for attempted first degree murder assault and unlawful possession of a firearm was arrested around 3:30, He was connected with a Wapato shooting in October a man was shot in the head, but his injuries were not life threatening.


Murder charges dropped against former Pasco cop after investigators lose evidence of being accused of strangling a prostitute 31 years ago.


Police say a man was unsuccessful when he tried to rob a convenience store Wednesday night in East Yakima, Shortly after he ordered a pizza he returned a few minutes later with his sweatshirt pulled up to his eyes and his hands in his pockets, The man gave the cashier a note threatening to kill someone if he wasn’t given money from the register. Although the man kept his hands in his pockets the cashier told the police it was obvious he was unharmed, When the cashier refused to comply with the note instructions the man left the store.

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