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Sunnyside Prosecutor Suspended Pending Review of DUI Charges

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SUNNYSIDE, Wash. - The City of Sunnyside is looking for a temporary replacement for a city prosecutor after Washington state troopers arrested Kathleen Hitchcock on suspicion of driving drunk.

Interim City Manager John Darrington tells NBC Right Now Hitchcock was arrested Wednesday. He says the city temporarily suspended her pending a review of the DUI charges. If charged with a DUI, he says the city will consider possible early termination.

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