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Copper Prices Feed Market For Scrap Metal
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DNA From Drink Bottles Leads to Arrests in Huge Seattle Metal Theft!

King County officials report two men are in custody and charged with stealing 4.3 miles of copper cable from the South Transit Light Rail system between SeaTac and Ranier Beach. The thefts allegedly occurred between November 2010 and August 2011.

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Tri City officials seeking Richland robbery suspect
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Richland Police Seek Market Robbery Suspect

On Sunday, June 16, a lone suspect held up the Lucky Food Mart on Goethals Drive in Richland.

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Fuel thief suspect vehicle
(Kennewick police department)
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Suspects Sought in Massive Fuel Theft in Tri-Cities [PHOTOS]

Authorities are seeking at least three suspects and three vehicles involved in a large fuel theft last week.

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Frederickson
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Umatilla Man Won’t Go Quietly – State Police Taser Him Twice

Early Sunday morning, Oregon State Police officers subdued an "aggressive" suspect after he resisted them during a traffic stop.

35-year-old Daryl S. Frederickson, wanted on four outstanding warrants and considered a safety concern, was pulled over just after midnight Sunday morning near Island City near LaGrande

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Car queue at the McDonalds drive-through
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Kennewick McDonald’s Drive-Thru Worker Catches Thief When Her Own Stolen Car Pulls Up to Order

Virginia Maiden found her 1995 Toyota 4 Runner missing from her apartment complex parking lot when she woke up Tuesday morning. Maiden reported the car stolen, admitting to police that it was unlocked when she left it. The Kennewick woman then went to her job at McDonald's at Canal and Kellogg. Just a short time later, while working the drive-thru, Maiden noticed her vehicle waiting to place an order! A Big Mac attack turned out to be the downfall for this thief.

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Terry Hoefler
(Franklin County Sheriffs Office)
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Mesa Man Convicted of Sexual Assault on 11 Year Old During Burglary

37-year-old Terry Michael Hoefler has been found guilty of attempted rape of an 11-year-old girl as he was burglarizing a home in north Franklin County last July.

Hoefler broke into a home on the Oakdell Egg Farm on Glade North Road on July 22

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Larry Shandola suing victims family
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Washington State Killer Sues Victim’s Wife and Family in Shocking Harassment Suit

In a case that is sending ripples throughout the legal community, a man convicted of fatally shooting another man is suing the victim's family.

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Smash and grab burglars hitting Tri-City businesses
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Smash and Grab Burglars Blamed for 32 Tri-Cities Break-ins in Recent Weeks

Local law enforcement officials are searching for what they believe could be a group of burglars working together.

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One of the porta-potties destroyed in Camas WA
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Washington Portable Toilet Arsons Busted Trying to Claim Reward!

Two young men were arrested by Clark County officials after they tried to blame somebody else for a string of port-a-potty fires in Camas.

19-year-old Ryan Ruge and 18-year-old Casen Sincavage are believed to be responsible for a string of arson fires since March 5

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Former Franklin County Public Works official sentenced
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Former Franklin Co. Public Works Manager Gets 16 Years for Embezzlement

Dennis M. Huston, the former Franklin County Public Works Manager, will spend a decade and a half in prison.

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