Former Union Gap mayor's criminal case headed to trial

Former Union Gap mayor's criminal case headed to trial
YAKIMA, Wash. -- KIMA learned Union Gap's former Mayor will go before a jury on criminal charges. A trial date was set Monday for Jim Lemon.

He's charged with reckless driving. Police say he got into an argument with a city employee.

Lemon is accused of speeding away in his car, throwing gravel in the worker's face.

His trial is scheduled for next month.