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Driver injured after rollover crash in Kennewick

KENNEWICK, WA- A driver walked away with minor injuries after a rollover car crash on Edison St. and Canal Dr. Monday afternoon. Kennewick Police said two cars were involved in the crash, but one person injured. Kennewick Fire Crews were on scene for almost an hour clearing the cars from the roadway where one car hit another and rolled. The roadway has cleared.
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Semi-truck driver killed after crashing in Benton County

BENTON CO., Wash. — A semi-truck driver from California was killed Monday morning in Benton County after overcorrecting on SR 14 causing the truck to roll over, according to Washington State Patrol. Washington State Patrol responded to the crash around 6:30 a.m. Monday on SR 14 three miles west of...
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Local mom asks for help finding stolen sentimental jewelry

WEST RICHLAND, Wash.--A local mom is asking for the public's help to keep an eye out for precious jewelry stolen from her. Kaitilin Newman says she was hiking around lunchtime on Saturday with her daughter. They parked at the Candy Mountain trailhead parking lot. She and her daughter only hiked...
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Kennewick woman arrested after slashing patrol car tires and running from police

KENNEWICK, WA- A woman arrested after slashing police car tires and threatening police officers at a home on W. 4th Avenue Monday morning. Kennewick Police said 28 year old Andrea Spreadbury was seen with scissors and throwing rocks from her home. When police arrived to the scene she came out of her home with dishes throwing them at officers. Officers tried to de-escalate the situation and calm her down. Spreadbury then went back into the home to get a kitchen knife and then threatened police, ran and slashed nine tires on patrol cars. Spreadbury then ran on foot away from police with the knife. KPD said the response was limited due to the new HB 1054 measure in effect today from the Washington State Legislature that would not allow certain equipment to help deescalate the situation faster. Police then put several businesses and schools on lockdown as they attempted to subdue her. Pasco Police were called to the scene with a pepperball gun- which police say is a non-lethal tactic and then used a taser to release the knife from her hands. She was arrested without injury. All businesses and schools have reopened.
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Kennewick Police Need to ID 2 Thieves Stealing Expensive Items

Take a close look. Shouldn't be too hard to identify these two. Surely, someone knows who they are. According to the Kennewick Police Department Facebook page, the two suspects took a Wireless Bose Speaker System. This is not a cheap item. I kid you not. I work many hours just to attain any item of the Bose quality. So, this is especially irritating to me. To think that someone may get away with just taking it? Not cool, at all, in my book.
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Kennewick Police investigate dumpster fire at Kennewick apartment complex

KENNEWICK,WA- Kennewick Police are investigating a dumpster fire from Thursday, July 22nd around 6 p.m. at the HeatherStone Apartments off of West 10th Avenue. Police said the dumpster was moved from its original location in the complex by people in the complex so the flames did not threaten any apartment buildings or bushes. Kennewick Fire Department said the cause of the fire is still being investigated. The Kennewick Fire Department urges people not to dispose of flammable things such as hot coals or ashes from fireplaces, wood stoves, or grills. These materials should be discarded in an appropriate container.
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New Police Reform Bills Hindering Police From Doing Their Jobs? Lawmakers and Police Discuss The Laws

WASHINGTON – House Bill 1054 and House Bill 1310 went into effect yesterday which both pertain to limiting use of force, prohibiting certain military equipment, providing regulations to police tactics, and giving new guidelines for vehicle chases. Lawmakers created these bills along with ten others, signed by Governor Jay Inlsee. But some police and sheriffs have expressed their concerns.
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Kennewick Police hope to identify two shoplifting suspects

KENNEWICK, Wash. — The Kennewick Police Department is attempting to identify a male and a female suspected of stealing a speaker from a store Sunday night. Police say a man and a woman reportedly stole a wireless Bose speaker around 6:20 p.m. on Sunday. Investigators say the suspected thieves hid...
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When You Burn Tires in Front of Kennewick Police…

It's the middle of the night and you're cruising the beautiful metropolis of Kennewick, Washington. The urge hits to do a little burnout, after all, you just watched the new Fast and Furious movie. But then oops! You didn't notice the cop sitting there and you did your burn out right in front of him. What's the big deal? Not much. The driver got a ticket for reckless driving and operating a motor vehicle without proof of insurance and a few other infractions, according to the Kennewick Police Facebook post below. I'm kind of surprised that they let him drive away without proof of insurance, but then again they don't make the laws they only enforce them. And I'm sure the driver was not impaired or his night would have been much worse. But the comments below vary from anger to laughing about the whole situation. Back when I was cruising the drag in my 1970 Firebird, I never got caught burning the tires, because I couldn't afford tires that often! But my friends and I did get pulled over a few times and nobody went to jail. In fact, growing up in Butte, Montana, a speeding ticket would cost you a $5 bill. And yes, you paid the cop on the spot (true). Those were the good old days!