White Salmon police chief under
The City of White Salmon placed Bingen-White Salmon Police Chief Tony Domish on paid administrative leave on May 3 pending the outcomes of two separate investigations: one in Snohomish County where Domish used to work and the other in White Salmon.
City Administrator Patrick Munyan Jr. is serving as acting supervisor of the Bingen-White Salmon Police Department in the interim. Munyan met with BWSPD officers on May 3 and appointed Officer Steve Shields as acting sergeant to help with day-to-day management of the department.
Domish, a Seattle native who’d previously held police chief positions in Tieton in Yakima County and Granite Falls in Snohomish County, became police chief in White S...
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