The latest suspect from Pendleton to appear in court for his alleged involvement in a group attack on Prospect Avenue in early July was denied release from jail at this time.
A Burbank man pleaded guilty to a gross misdemeanor of third-degree theft Wednesday, Sept. 22, in Walla Walla County Superior Court for stealing a slide from a Pasco city park earlier this year.
A vehicle found in the Snake River had nobody inside and authorities are seeking information on how it ended up in the waters near Ice Harbor Dam.
College Place police are hoping to find witnesses or people who may have more information about a reported shooting Friday night, Sept. 17.
According to the Walla Walla Police Department, Trevor Gorsline, 37, and Cloeann "Cloe" Barker, 22, are the two people sought by detectives, and they are believed to be driving a silver 2009 Lincoln MK with license plate BRM5070.
Hannah Van Donge pleaded guilty to amended charges involving two different criminal cases in Walla Walla County Superior Court.
The shooting took place Aug. 21 at the Eagles club parking lot on South Second Avenue in Walla Walla and involved Walla Walla Police Department Officer Kevin Toon shooting and wounding K.C. Leon, 34, of Weston.
According to court records, police said Jesus Rios Jr. intentionally drove the 2012 Toyota Tundra into a 2015 Toyota 4Runner with two men inside the vehicle near the intersection of Stevens and West Tietan streets and then driving away and striking a house.
Milton-Freewater Police Chief Doug Boedigheimer said the arrest of two Milton-Freewater men connected to a violent biker gang — one of whom worked at the Washington State Penitentiary — was a large operation that involved perfect timing.
The gang is reportedly known for violent crimes, including bombings, shootings, assaults and homicides, according to the Sheriff's Office.
A Walla Walla man was arrested early in the morning of Sunday, Sept. 5, after allegedly ramming a pickup truck into another vehicle before fleeing, losing control of his truck and crashing into a residence. No one was hurt in the incident, police said.
The Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office is hoping to begin using "bodycams" by November this year after commissioners approved at least one year of funding using American Rescue Plan Act money. Deputies will use the same brand as College Place police — Axon.