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California man arrested for vehicular homicide in Yakima County

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YAKIMA: A California man was arrested for vehicular homicide Saturday morning near the intersection of Mountainview Rd. and Old Prosser Rd.

Yakima County Sheriff say 23-year-old Carlos Alcala-Sanchez was arrested for vehicular homicide around 7 a.m Saturday morning.

The victim, 59-year old Macario Clara-Guevara of Prosser died at the scene. Officers say the suspect is believed to have been drinking at the time of the incident.
 

The investigation is ongoing. Washington State Troopers are taking over the case.

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