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Court order violations, cases of fraud | 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.

March 7

A suspect violated a court order by texting a person who had placed a restraining order against him.

 

March 8

A man was caught driving with a suspended license on 17500 BLK 68th Ave. NE.

 

March 10

A laptop was stolen from the Inglemoor High School science lab. No suspect information yet.

A motor home filled with junk was abandoned at Cedar Hills Landfill at NE 175th St.

March 11

A man reported his pants were stolen from the gym at 15500 Simonds Rd. He had an I5 cellphone in one of the pockets.

Police responded to an assault occurring at the Safeway located at 6850 NE Bothell Way.

A woman's car was stolen from 7346 NE Bothell Way.

A suspect used a victim's name to make an online purchase at 64th Ave. NE.

A person was caught driving with a suspended license on NE Bothell Way.

A vehicle was impounded at NE 155th PL.

A victim believes his ex-girlfriend is trying to contact him through Facebook, which violates a served no contact order.

 

March 12

A man was issued a criminal warrant for violating a domestic violence no-contact order at 68th Ave. NE.

Incoming mail was taken from a mailbox on 58th Ave. SE. A credit card was activated and used three times. The card has been cancelled and the victim is in the process of filling out a form for fraud.

Money was stolen from someone's wallet at 68th Ave. NE.

A man violated a court order concerning fraud at 63rd Ave. NE.

A missing handicap individual was found on 193rd PL.

A suspect was cited for failing to transfer their vehicle title at 7300 BLK and NE Bothell.

 

March 13

Police responded to a domestic disturbance at NE 191st St. A father in son were involved in a physical altercation and one of them struck the other on the head with a stick.

 

March 14

Victims at 75 NE St. discovered their car windows had been smashed and items were stolen. Both are willing to assist in prosecution.

A victim reported the place she use to work for at 90th Ave. NE filed a fraudulent tax return under her social security number.

Fraud was reported in regard to identity theft at 58th Ave. NE.

Someone used a victim's personal information to file for her tax return and it resulted in a data break at the Seattle Archdiocese.

A suspect was caught driving with a suspended license at 6100 BLK NE Bothell.

A man was pulled over by police who found that he was in possession of drugs at 15600 NLK Juanita Dr.

 

March 15

A man is cited for attempting to allude police at 6800 BLK NE Bothell.

 

March 16

Police responded to a theft reported at Jiffy Lube located at 6744 NE Bothell Way.

A man contacted Verizon Wireless when his phone service was turned off and was notified that he had been a victim of identity theft.

Police responded to a disturbance at 7638 NE Bothell Way. A bipolar suspect was reportedly causing trouble.

 

March 17

Police are investigating a death occurring on 74th Ave. NE. They suspect the person died of a drug overdose.

Someone called 9-1-1 and hung up at NE 181st St.

 

March 18

A suspect was pulled over for reckless driving on 6100 BLK NE Bothell and was arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol.

 

 

 

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