14 people booked into Sunnyside jail

More inmates added over the weekend

— The city jail was a hub of activity this past weekend as 14 people were booked into the facility.

Those arrested and/or being held include:

Luis Antonio Rodriguez Blanco, 42, of 308 Spruce Ave., Sunnyside; court commitment, Jan. 16

Justin Lyden Mace, 31, of 13702 106th Ave. Court N.W., Gig Harbor; Gig Harbor court commitment contract, Jan. 16

Nicholas Aaron Furniss, 35, of 3370 S.E. Bielmeier Road No. 82, Port Orchard; Gig Harbor court commitment contract, Jan. 16

Nicholas Nathaniel Martinez, 32, of 619 S. Ninth St. Unit B, Sunnyside; disorderly conduct, Jan. 16

Antonio Sanchez Carrazco Jr., 26, of 910 E. Lincoln Ave., Sunnyside; disorderly conduct and obstructing a law enforcement officer, Jan. 16

Shauna Elinora Owings, 37, of 1119 S. 18th St., Yakima; Jan. 16, no charge listed.

Ricardo Reyes, 43, of 1010 Maple Way, Zillah; violation of an anti-harassment order and another agency hold, Jan. 16

Omar Madera, 20, of 131 Parkland Drive, No. 105, Sunnyside; another agency hold, Jan. 16.

Perla Cristal Reyes, 19, of 1531 North Ave., Sunnyside; fourth-degree assault-domestic violence, Jan. 14

Lucas John Tweeten, 28, of 103 N. 96th Ave., Yakima; second-degree driving with a suspended/revoked license, Jan. 13

Kristiana M. Gonzalez, 20, of 31 N. 31st Ave., Yakima; driving while under the influence-minor, Jan. 13

Jacob Mendez Cordoba, 25, of 31985 Diagonal Road, Hermiston, Ore.; third-degree driving while license suspended, Jan. 13

Luis Albert Baldovinos, 27, of 1408 E. Holbert Ave., Ellensburg; Department of Corrections commitment contract, Jan. 12

The Sunnyside jail also had two other individuals booked over the weekend. The details of those two individuals were not released.


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