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March report | 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 24

A license plate was recovered on KCSO stolen vehicle on 80th Ct. NE.

A student at Kenmore Junior High was caught smoking marijuana out of an apple at school.

A suspect gained access to a secure garage parking garage and entered victim's vehicle stealing several items.

A woman called 911 because her husband used a knife to cute himself at 72 Ave. E.

A suspect stole alcohol and placed power towels over them, excited the store and transferred items into their car at the Safeway located at 6850 NE Bothell Way.

 

March 25

A suspect forcibly broke into a victim's vehicle and stole a bag from the backseat at NE 199th St.

A suspect smashed a victim's window and stole personal items while it was parked in the driveway on 77th Ave. NE.

Kenmore Grocery reported four people took items from their store.

A victim reported receiving more than 20 text messages from a former client in less than a 2-hour period. This has been occurring over the past five years.

 

March 26

A suspect stole personal checks from the kitchen table at a home in 7512 NE Bothell Way and cashed them at Money Tree.

A suspect was trespassing at the Starbucks located at 7750 NE Bothell Way and did not want to identify himself to police. He was subsequently arrested for obstructing an officer.

A victim from 73rd Ave. NE reported unauthorized usage of their checking account. She did not know how her information was obtained and is contacting her bank to close the account.

A man was pulled over and reported to be driving with a suspended license at 6700 BLK. He was released on the scene.

Northshore Pub reported a man for being intoxicated and disruptive to patrons.

 

March 27

A suspect was charged with failing to transfer the title of his GMC van within 45 days at NE Bothell Way.

A suspect spray painted a wall at Kenmore Junior High with graffiti writings and drawings.

A woman was cited for driving with a suspended license at NE Bothell Way and was released at the scene.

Police investigated a death at 75 NE Bothell Way.

 

March 28

A wallet was found at Logboom Park.

A victim reported identification theft at 65th Ave. NE.

A suspect's vehicle was impounded for a possible search warrant on NE Bothell Way.

 

March 29

A suspect was arrested after short foot chase for vandalism and minor exhibiting effects of alcohol.

 

March 30

A suspect was driving a vehicle while intoxicated at 80th Ave. NE.

Victims' vehicles were broken into and items were stolen overnight at 73 PL NE.

A victim reported their vehicle was broken into and their window was smashed at 6908 NE 181st St.

A suspect attempted to enter an apartment on NE Bothell Way by prying wood door jam near door locks.

Forced entry to a residence on 84th Ave. NE was reported.

A suspect was found to be driving with a suspended license a NE Bothell Way and was released at the scene.

A victim reported several items from their residence on 84th Ave. NE were stolen after a party. The items were later located and recovered.

 

March 31

Steel/aluminum was stolen from an empty property site at 55 Ave. NE. Possible suspect information.

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

A misdemeanor warrant was issued to a suspect on NE Bothell Way for controlled substance violation.

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