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Published: Sunday, September 8, 2013, 9:10 p.m.

Mabton man with criminal past runs for council

MABTON -- A 24-year-old man who has been convicted of reckless driving, arrested for impersonating a police officer to a group of teenage girls and charged with stalking is running for city council in the small Yakima County town of Mabton.
The Yakima Herald-Republic reported thet Freddy Perales, 24, said he hopes voters look past his laundry list of minor run-ins with authority.
Perales said he was "young and dumb" when he had issues with law enforcement.
Perales is seeking Position 3 on the Mabton City Council in the November election. Mabton has about 2,000 residents.
Though he has been free of criminal charges for a few years, some of his troubles are recent. Two people have one-year anti-harassment orders against him that started this summer.
Story tags » Yakima

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