Another vehicle was stolen in Raymond - this time while parked at Riverdale Grocery - and, again, it was left running with the keys in the ignition.
"Yes, a subject left the car running while he went into Riverdale Grocery and a suspect took off in it," Raymond Police Chief Chuck Spoor told the Herald. "The suspect is Mitchell Bordon. He was apprehended with the vehicle after running from police and crashing in Thurston County."
SOUTH BEND - The search to replace District 2 Pacific County Commissioner Frank Wolfe was reduced to three candidates by members of the Democratic Party at a meeting last Friday in Naselle.
The three candidates include Dave Tobin, 67, Long Beach, who is retired from the Ocean Beach School District; Keli Lucero, 45, Ocean Park, of DPR Builders & Developers Inc in Ocean Park; and Diana Thompson, 75, Oysterville, is a former Pacific County PUD Commisioner.
Once again, several members from Raymond Police Department, South Bend Police Department, Pacific County Sheriff's Office, Washington State Patrol and Shoalwater Police Department went the extra mile for kids with the Shop With A Cop venture.
"Shop With A Cop was awesome as usual," Raymond Police Chief Chuck Spoor told the Herald.
If you're not going to lock your vehicle after you get out of it, it's a good idea to not leave your keys in it...as three vehicles were stolen in 2022 while parked near the same local business.
"Yes, there was a van stolen from in front of Dennis Company around noon December 19," Raymond Police Chief Chuck Spoor confirmed for the Herald. "The keys were left in the vehicle on the console."
The Hungry Heifer held their ribbon cutting ceremony recently on December 3 with family and friends to celebrate.
If you are unfamiliar with the name, it is located in the old Sheila's Kountry Kitchen location at 226 Duryea in Raymond. They serve what you would consider typical diner food. They have breakfast and lunch daily with a prime rib dinner every Friday and Saturday night.
Most dishes are made in-house and they also have a variety of desserts available.
A home on Barnhart Rd. in Raymond went all out spreading holiday cheer. Stay safe for the New Year.
Getting into the full swing of the holiday season the house on the corner of Ferry and W. 1st St. in South Bend filled their yard with a crowd of happy decorations.
A fully engulfed house fire on Willapa Ave. in South Bend was reported around 3:20 a.m. on Saturday, December 17.
SOUTH BEND - An inmate, Crystal R. Greenler died while in custody at the Pacific County Jail last Tuesday, December 13.
SOUTH BEND - The Raymond and South Bend High School cheerleaders that were nominated for All American cheer earned the opportunity to march this year in the Holiday Parade at Disney World on November 19 in Orlando, Florida. Their cheer coach is Wendy Manlow.
The young ladies were chosen by the staff at cheer camp to try out to make the All American Cheer team for the National Cheerleaders Association.
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