Suspicious Pipe Found at Benton City Church Not Bomb, But…
The Richland Bomb Squad responded to a location in Benton City Wednesday, after getting a call about a suspicious pipe.
Richland Bomb Squad investigates
The location, 313 3rd Street, houses a church and a daycare facility, according to Richland Police. The call came in around 10:55 AM.
Upon arrival and examination, officials determined it was not an explosive device, but from their reaction, the appearance of the object did likely justify the call.
Richland Police released this statement, which read in part:
"We encourage people to call their local law enforcement agency anytime they see something suspicious, out of place or potentially. In incidents such as this, we would much rather respond to find a non-explosive device than to respond later to a tragic incident. Only you know what is not right or normal in the places you live or where you work."
Good judgment, and knowing what's normal and not in your everyday environment go a long way towards making all of us safer.
We refer to the Kennewick Police and Fire call at Lowe's parking lot on Thursday. A concerned citizen noticed a passed-out female behind the wheel of a car, and it just didn't look OK. She called it in and turns out the car was stolen.
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