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June 16, 2021 1:28pm

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Shooting in the Williams Drive Area in Pullman

UPDATE 11:45am

Pullman resident George Melvin Harris III (6/27/98) was arrested for Assault 2, for his involvement in this morning’s shooting. The investigation is ongoing.

Those with additional information about this case are asked to call Pullman PD at (509) 334-0802.
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Pullman Police are investigating a shooting early Saturday morning in the College Hill area of Pullman that resulted in two individuals being shot—one fatally and the other with life threatening injuries.

Police were called around 12:30 am to the 1200 block of NE Myrtle St for a report of a loud party with possibly 200 people in attendance. As officers were approaching … » More …

WSU Alert Fall Semester Test 9/29 at Noon

The WSU Office of Emergency Management will be conducting the fall semester test of the WSU Alert Pullman system on the Pullman campus Wednesday, September 29th at 12:00 noon.

Faculty, staff and students associated with the Pullman campus who have signed up for emergency notifications will receive text messages, phone calls, emails, and desktop alerts on select computers which will be clearly identified as a test.

This test will include the campus outdoor warning sirens, which are designed to warn people on campus to take shelter and seek further information from other WSU Alert resources such as alert.wsu.edu.

During the test, please consider the actions … » More …

Be Aware of False Masking Enforcement

Pullman PD has received a third-party report of a male subject in a 2000s Toyota vehicle, approaching WSU students under the guise of masking enforcement. This subject is alleged to be taking photos of student IDs and driver’s licenses, and indicating that unmasked students will receive a ticket in the mail.

 

This subject is not associated with local law enforcement, or WSU administration. Please take care to protect yourself, and watch out for others. Report suspicious activity to local law enforcement (Emergency: 911, Non-Emergency: 509-335-8548), and protect your personal information.

 

Remember, you can always request official identification to confirm professional affiliation with law … » More …