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Craiglist scam leads victims to Worksource
(tourworksource.com- Worksource Tri-Cities)
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Security System, Craigslist Employment Scams Circulating Through Tri-Cities

Kennewick police are investigating two different scams uncovered in the area.

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West side legislator claims pot stores will lower crime
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Banning Pot Stores Will Cause Crime To Rise – Says Former Cop, State Representative.

Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he would allow cities and counties to ban the operation of state-run marijuana stores. One legislator warns crime will likely go up in those areas.

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McGruff the Crime Dog sentenced on drug, weapons charges
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‘McGruff The Crime Dog’ Sentenced on Drug, Weapons Charges

He told us to "Take a bite out of crime." Little did we know he was a criminal!

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KNDU burglary suspect 1-23-14 FIXED
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Kennewick Police Make Arrests in Connection With Stolen Property

After recovering a number of items taken from burglaries across the Tri-Cities,  police have made two arrests, in connection with another theft.

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Ryan Bensen, Erica Manley
Seaside Police Department
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Oregon Couple Busted Leaving Meth as Tip for Waitress

Police in Seaside, Oregon, recently arrested Ryan Bensen, 40, and Erica Manley, 37, after they tried to leave a waitress at the Twisted Fish Steakhouse an envelope filled with methamphetamine as a tip.

The waitress was not receptive to the gesture and called police, who arrived to arres

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Kinsey, Devonn D
(Kennewick Police Department)
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Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers Seeking Dangerous Fugitive – Tattoos on Face (PICTURE)

He is described as a violent, armed offender.  Being sought for escape from community custody.

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Villa Ramiro J
(Tri Cities Crime Stoppers)
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U.S. Marshalls Seeking Kennewick Man for Violations

His original crime was cash smuggling.

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Burglar found hiding in JC Penney at mall
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65-Year-Old Man Found Hiding in Columbia Center Mall, Arrested for Burglary

After 1:30 am, not too many people are "shopping" inside JC Penney!

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Two Rivers Correctional Center
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Oregon Officials Investigating Inmate Death At Umatilla Correctional Center

Officials have not released many details about the incident at the Two Rivers Correctional Center.

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More break ins in Kennewick over Thanksgiving holiday
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7 More Commercial Burglaries in Kennewick Over Thanksgiving Holiday

Police had not said if these are considered part of some 20 other break ins since early October.

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