Police identify Yakima man who shot officers
The officer involved in the shooting reported May 30 remains under investigation by the Yakima Valley Special Investigations Unit as authorities have now released the identity of the man shot by police as Zachary Zimmerman, 30 years old, from Yakima.
Zimmerman continues to be treated in Seattle for gunshot wounds
Zimmerman remains in stable condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Authorities say officers spotted a stolen vehicle in the 1200 block of North 1st Street on May 30. An officer attempted to contact Zimmerman who was driving the vehicle, but he jumped out and ran pulling a gun at officers. Officers returned fire and punched Zimmerman. No officers were injured. Officers provided medical assistance to the man. He was taken to a hospital in Yakima and then transferred to Seattle.
A warrant was issued last week against Zimmerman
A news release says that on June 2, the Yakima County District Attorney’s Office issued a warrant charging Zimmerman with unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a stolen motor vehicle. Authorities say additional charges could be filed in the future.
The unit investigating the shooting is made up of officers from across the valley
Union Gap police officials said “the investigation is being conducted by the Yakima Valley Special Investigative Unit (YVSIU) and provides independent investigations into incidents of use of force by The team includes members of the civilian community who observe the criminal investigation and related processes, in accordance with the Law Enforcement Training and Community Safety Act (LETSCA). of the YVSIU completed, the results will be forwarded to the Yakima County District Attorney’s Office for review.”
Zimmerman continues to be treated at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. When he is released, he will be placed in the Yakima County Jail.
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