The death toll in local accidents went up 2 more last night as a man and a woman was killed Tuesday evening in a vehicle accident on a Grayland on the beach.

44 arrests made, 26 vehicles confiscated, along with multiple guns and other items of value.  We have this update and much more in our story including searched locations and photos. 

We have an update from the Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office on an Incident that occurred on Monday night in Aberdeen, near Jack In The Box and Rite Aid where a man wanted for series of burglaries in the Central Park, City of Montesano, and East County area resisted arrest after fleeing.

Thanks to the Aberdeen Police Department we now have an update on a serious vehicle Vs pedestrian accident that happened last night on Arnold Street. 

Agencies from all across the county were busy this morning with flooding, cars stuck in rising waters on the roadways and a structure fire in Elma.  We have more from the Elma Fire Department and Fire District 5 below. 

A 29-year-old woman managed to injure one man, destroy items in a home with an axe before being detained this morning off Dekay road and now herself is listed as in critical condition from possible medical/drug involved episode. We have an update to the alert we posted earlier this morning from the Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office.

The Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Department has confirmed late this morning that the accident on IOcean Beach Road last night was a fatality involving a 29-year-old Aberdeen woman. Out of respect for family and those close to her we ask that comments on our article and Facebook page leave out her name, and be respected for the family at this terrible time int heir lives.  

Here is more from the Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Department on this incident; 

GHS had received some inquiries yesterday morning in regards to police activity by Elma on the highway. Observant State Troopers spotted a recently stolen vehicle from the Walmart parking lot detaining all that were in the vehicle.  More on this story below from the Aberdeen Police Department. 

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