- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 16, 2015

GRANGER, Wash. (AP) - The police chief in the central Washington town of Granger has his weapons back after the court ordered him three weeks ago to surrender them when a no-contact order was filed against him.

The Yakima Herald-Republic says (https://is.gd/6L3qBc ) Robert Perales’ guns were taken away when his ex-girlfriend filed no-contact order against him in a harassment complaint on May 18.

Perales’ attorney, Bill Pickett, says a Yakima District Court judge on Monday returned the police chief’s firearms after a three-day hearing, but extended the no-contact order for a year.

His ex-girlfriend alleges in the complaint that Perales came to her fruit stand in Sunnyside and demanded to talk to her months after the couple ended their eight-year relationship. She says he refused to leave despite repeated demands.

Pickett says Perales has no problem with the no-contact order remaining in place.

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Information from: Yakima Herald-Republic, https://www.yakimaherald.com

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