Woman In Walla Walla Fatally Shot

Woman In Walla Walla Fatally Shot

There are 5 comments on the KHQ-TV Spokane story from Jan 4, 2014, titled Woman In Walla Walla Fatally Shot. In it, KHQ-TV Spokane reports that:

The Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office is investigating the homicide of Yesica Olivos, a 20 year old Hispanic female resident of Walla Walla.

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brown eyes

Spokane, WA

#1 Jan 6, 2014
It is very sad what Walla Walla has become. It is very scary!
kevin d

Portland, OR

#2 Jan 7, 2014
Why is it that people can not see or choose not to see what 95% o the Hispanic culture is about. Take a look at the prison populations, the related gangs, the illegal trespass into this country .If the tables were reversed and we had invaded their country we all know what the end result would be. Death or deportation. They do not up with our kind over their. The let us know hat this is their country and you must play buy their rules to just survive. We get what we get for allowing this to happen. So quit bitching all you bleeding hearts. Its going to get a lot worse before it gets better. If you ant to see the Mexican way f life I suggest you view two movies, the first is Man on fire with Denzel Washington, and all the pretty horses with Matt Damon. This is what it is about.
Jon R

Ellensburg, WA

#3 May 13, 2014
I thought Portlanders were more cultured than the view that you have shared.
Peggy

Omaha, NE

#4 Oct 15, 2014
The fact is, that Walla Walla and Milton-Freewater are no longer safe and secure town to live and raise your children. The Mexican population with it is criminal element has made it so, and that is a fact.
I should know, because my family has lived in the area, since the late 1800s. Not only has these two towns have problems with the growing population of Mexicans, also, town like Sunnyside, Yakima, Grandview and other farming communities have seen an increase of crimes, especially drugs, since the Mexicans have moved in. When I was a kid, the Mexicans would come here to work during harvest time, then go back to Mexico, etc. Every year during harvest time the crime rate would sky rocket.
If the Mexican communities cannot or will not get control of their criminals, then they should be deported.
Deborah ann

Walla Walla, WA

#6 Dec 7, 2015
I was born and raised in walla walla and honestly can not believe what has come of our little town. I remember as a kid our parents never worried about locking our door when we went to the grocery store or went out for dinner. There was no need. Now you had better lock everything up and down because if you don't it won't be here tomorrow. We had no gangs in this town back then and if we did it was very few. Why didn't they start running them out then. I lost my 24 year old son. He was shot in his driveway working on his baby's mommas car. My granddaughter will grow up without her daddy that loved her so much. We need to take our town back!!

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