Hermiston Police Arrest Five Teens for Threats - NBC Right Now/KNDO/KNDU Tri-Cities, Yakima, WA |

Hermiston Police Arrest Five Teens for Threats

Posted: Updated:

HERMISTON, Ore. - Hermiston Police say five teenagers face charges for threatening people. 

Officers say the found several open containers of alcohol and a .22 caliber handgun in the car the group was driving on Saturday. Police say four of the five are from Umatilla and one is from Irrigon.

Police have charged two 15-year-olds and one 16-year-old with minor in possession of alcohol. Officers released the minors to their guardians, who were all cited for failure to supervise a minor.

The adult men face more serious charges. 19-year-old Edgar Gomez Garcia and 19-year-old Andres Campos face charges of criminal trespass, unlawful possession of a firearm, disorderly conduct and menacing.

HD DOPPLER 6i
/
  • Tri-CitiesTri-Cities NewsMore>>

  • WSP rolls out tracking system for rape kits

    WSP rolls out tracking system for rape kits

    Monday, November 19 2018 9:15 AM EST2018-11-19 14:15:35 GMT

    The new tracking system called 'Track-Kit' is helping sexual assault victims anonymously track the status of their sexual assault kits through the use of an added barcode.  

    More >>

    The new tracking system called 'Track-Kit' is helping sexual assault victims anonymously track the status of their sexual assault kits through the use of an added barcode.  

    More >>
  • Tattoo shop feeds community

    Tattoo shop feeds community

    Monday, November 19 2018 12:24 AM EST2018-11-19 05:24:23 GMT

    A local tattoo shop celebrated Thanksgiving early by hosting a dinner for the community. 

    More >>

    A local tattoo shop celebrated Thanksgiving early by hosting a dinner for the community. 

    More >>
  • Secretary of Defense James Mattis visits Chief Joseph Middle School

    Secretary of Defense James Mattis visits Chief Joseph Middle School

    Friday, November 16 2018 7:11 PM EST2018-11-17 00:11:14 GMT

    Students at Chief Joseph Middle School had a surprise on Friday, November 16 when James Mattis, the U.S. Secretary of Defense, paid a visit.  

    More >>

    Students at Chief Joseph Middle School had a surprise on Friday, November 16 when James Mattis, the U.S. Secretary of Defense, paid a visit.  

    More >>