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Man charged with urinating in public after caught by surveillance camera | Kenmore police blotter

The police blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office that are dispatched to on-duty police officers.  The City of Kenmore contracts with the KCSO for police services. The Bothell-Kenmore Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kenmore.

Oct. 19

Vandalism: 7100 block of N.E. 171 Lane. An unknown suspect threw a rock through the family room window of the victim’s townhouse.

Oct. 22

Vandalism: Northeast 155th Street and Simonds Road. Someone spray painted the word “toke” on a school zone sign and utility box near Inglemoor High School. KCSO referred the incident to Kenmore Public Works Department.

Court order violation: 700 block of N.E. Bothell Way: A man was booked for two counts of a domestic violence order violation after he visited his former girlfriend twice following his recent release from the Snohomish County Jail.

Oct. 23

Trespass: 6321 N.E. 175th St. A maintenance worker at Kenmore Air found cigarette ashes and spit in an airplane on the premise and reported it to management. Company officials reviewed surveillance video and found four subjects entering the property at about 1:16 a.m. through the open front entrance.

Marijuana: 7700 block of N.E. 175th St. Two people were arrested for possession of marijuana while walking on a trail at Squires Landing Park.

Public urination: 8202 N.E. Bothell Way. A man was charged with driving with a revoked license and for urinating in public after surveillance tapes at the Kenmore Inn showed him driving and urinating in the parking lot.

Oct. 25

Vandalism: 7600 block of N.E. Bothell Way. The victim reported that someone pub superglue or something similar inside the edge of his mailbox door and glued it shut. It did not appear that entry was made into the mailbox.

Fraud: 18400 block of 62nd Ave. N.E. The victim discovered that someone used his social security number, birthdate, mother’s maiden name and other personal information to call his bank, the Washington Federal Bank, and order check to an address in Eagle River, Alaska.

Burglary: 6300 block of N.E. 151st St. An unknown suspect used a cutting tool to cut the screen door in the back of a house to get inside and steal family jewelry.

Oct. 28

Burglary: 6000 block of N.E. 175th St. An unknown suspect stole flat screen televisions from a yacht moored at the Northlake Marina.

 

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