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Court Records Identify Man Shot by Grandview Police

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UPDATE / YAKIMA, Wash. - Court documents have identified the man shot by Grandview Police during an officer involved shooting. 

Records show 42-year-old Ubaldo Mungia of Mabton was shot on Friday. No word yet on his condition.

Police say an officer who was taking Mungia into custody after a chase following a home invasion, feared for his life because of Mungia's actions.  

Court records also show Mungia had been charged with assault last year, but the case was dismissed.

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GRANDVIEW, Wash. - Friday night in Grandview, Police responded to a report of a break-in on the 600 block of E 3rd street.

Police say three men entered the home, demanded money, showed a firearm and fired several shots before taking items and money from the victims.

Police say they spotted the suspects as they tried to escape, and began following them. Officers say a high-speed chase up to 100 mph ended in Sunnyside at the intersection of Midvale and Green Valley Roads. Police say one man escaped and they were unable to find him.

Officers arrested a 17 year-old boy, but they say a 42 year-old man tried to escape, so an officer shot him. 

Paramedics took the man to Sunnyside Community Hospital, and the Yakima Police Department's Major Crimes Unit was called in to conduct a complete investigation.

Paramedics took the teenager to Yakima Juvenile. Officers requested charges for multiple counts of burglary, assault and robbery. 

The Grandview Police Department's Detective will conduct the original investigation of the robbery.

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