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Break ins, reckless driving | Kenmore Police Blotter

Kenmore Police Blotter for the month of January. - Courtesy photo
Kenmore Police Blotter for the month of January.
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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 Kenmore Reporter Police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kenmore.

 

Jan. 15

A suspect kicked in the front door of a house on 195th Ave. NE while victims were at work and stole several items.

 

Jan. 16

A laptop was reported stolen at Batyr University.

 

Jan. 17

A woman was arrested for driving with a revoked license on 6800 NE Bothell Way.

 

Jan. 18

A suspect was arrested for driving with a revoked license on 17400 N 68th Ave. NE.

A suspect attempted suicide by overdosing on pills at 65th NE 171 PL.

A son was arrested for assaulting his father at a home in 88 NE 147 LN.

 

Jan. 19

A man was assaulted by a stranger while walking to a car in his driveway at 80 AVE. NE.

A suspect slashed the tires of a victim at 72 NE 155th St. overnight.

A suspect was arrested for driving with a revoked license on NE 170th St. on Juanita Drive.

 

Jan. 20

A woman in the neighborhood at 64th PL NE told police she noticed a vehicle driving through her street for the past few days, traveling at only 10 MPH. She also reported the incident to her neighborhood watch site.

A suspect was arrested for driving with a revoked license on NE 170th St.

A suspect was arrested for assaulting a man in the parking lot of Northshore Pub.

 

Jan. 21

A man found a firearm, road flares and sparklers while cleaning out his father's home for renovations. He turned it in for disposal.

A woman was sent to Evergreen Hospital for a mental evaluation.

A man's business license was denied based on previous criminal investigations. Hawaii Foot Massage does not have a permit to operate in Kenmore.

 

Jan. 22

A suspect was arrested at NE 181st St. for Failure to Transfer Title.

A person reported suspicious activity occurring around their house on 83rd Ave. NE.

A 17-year-old takes unknown amount of Topamax migraine pills in attempt to commit suicide at 73 NE 204th PL.

A man driving under the influence crashed into another vehicle. He was transported to the hospital and charged by investigation.

 

Jan. 23

A person dialed 9-1-1 somewhere at 7100 BLK NE 181 and hung up. The call receiver tried to leave a message on the cell phone, but the voicemail was not working.

A father called the police after finding marijuana in his son's car at 70 NE 148th PL.

 

Jan. 24

A man called 9-1-1 saying he believes his wife and her lover put a magic spell on him and are trying to kill him at 68th Ave. NE.

 

Jan. 25

A resident on 82nd PL NE called police saying they saw a person on their porch and believe the person will try to break into their home.

Stolen license plates were recovered from a stolen vehicle at 7110 NE Bothell Way.

A bicycle was stolen at 175th St.

Police received a call from the Radio Shack at 6830 NE Bothell Way in Kenmore. They said there was a subject in the store stuffing items in his pockets, then called again saying that he was trying to leave.

A family was reported for causing a disturbance in their neighborhood on 61st Ave. NE.

 

Jan. 27

A suspect was arrested for reckless driving and harassment at 72nd St. NE.

A dog was abandoned in a shopping cart in the alley along the west side of the Safeway located at 6850 NE Bothell Way.

A woman was taken to a mental health care facility after yelling to her daughter that God was trying to kill her at a home in 68th Ave. NE.

 

Jan. 28

A man was arrested for driving with a suspended license at the Kenmore Chevron, located at 8002 Ne Bothell Way.

A victim was notified by his neighbor that some of his mail was found on the ground in the neighbor's yard. The neighbor returned the mail she found, which contained some empty envelopes addressed to the victim.

 

 

 

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