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Trespassers and public drunkenness | Kenmore Police Blotter

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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.

Feb. 21

A parent reported to police that her 2-year-old came home from daycare with bruises on its ear and suspects her child was abused.

A woman was taken to the police station for public drunkenness on 6900 BLK NE 182nd St.

Police received a noise complaint from an apartment complex on NE 182nd St.

 

Feb. 22

A man turned in a set of keys found at a strip mall at 6100 Bothell Way to the Kenmore City Hall front desk.

A suspect pushed open a door and entered an outdoor woodshed at 169 PL. No items were reported missing.

A suspect was cited for driving with a revoked license on 6900 BLK NE Bothell.

A suicide attempt occurred at third Ave. NE.

A woman was pulled over and found to have a revoked license and no insurance on 6100 BLK NE Bothell.

 

Feb. 23

Employees at MV Pub reported a trespasser at 6620 NE 181st St.

A suspect was pulled over and cited for driving with a revoked license on 6500 BLK NE Bothell.

A civil issue regarding a threat over missing money occurred on 61 PL NE.

 

Feb. 24

A man was found violating his court order at 185th St.

Faculty reported smelling heroine on a student at Inglemoor High School, but police discovered marijuana residue in the student's mouthpiece upon further examination.

 

Feb. 25

A man that stole $2,550 from Tulalip Casino was found walking along 17200 BLK 68th Ave. NE.

 

 

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