Enforce the laws. Tow or drive these units into a national forest and disable them. Let the owners either stay with the units or leave. Their choice. Disable the road leading into the unit. Eventually, the owners will probably leave, leaving the unit to nature. At that time tow the units out of the forest and recycle the metal. In no event should any aid be given to the perpetrator (s). Do not reward them in any way.
Hey Quincy, Animal Care & Control could possibly help with that. Call (509) 888-7283 (888-SAVE) to reach a Wenatchee Valley Animal Care and Control officer.
The reason for this is not the kids only... But, the adults and leadership in place; inability to effectively guide the proper programs, systems and personnel.
We as a collective city continues to guess and fund programs that don't work. These programs are recycled best practices and out of date.
Then the problem becomes the municipality or funding sources; due to acquiring highly pedigreed agencies and individuals for help who have no real solutions.
And, yes I have the answers. You won't know unless you ask.
Can't something be done about the pot holes on Sunset in East Wenatchee? Actually, pot holes are all over the place. This problem existed before all those circular turnouts they spent so much money making that nobody wanted. What were they thinking!