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Arrests for 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.

 

May 4

A 16-year-old son claimed his father punched him twice in the face at 6300 BLK NE Bothell.

 

May 5

Police checked out an abandoned house with broken windows at 70 NE 153 Pl that was possibly being used by squatters.

A suspect failed to transfer his vehicle title within 45 days and had no insurance at 73 AVE. NE.

A husband assaulted his wife while they were both drunk at 76 NE Bothell Way.

 

May 6

A victim at 192 Kenlake PL NE saw charges on her credit card account she had not made. She spoke with her credit card company, who stated they sent her a new card since her old one was expiring. The victim never received the new card.

An abandoned vehicle was reported at 183 St.

A suspect driving with a revoked license at 7500 BLK NE Bothell was released on the scene.

 

May 7

A vehicle seen driving reckless through Kenmore later crashed in the city of Bothell around 8200 BLK NE Bothell.

A suspect failed to transfer his vehicle title within 45 days at 7300 NE Bothell Way.

 

May 8

An unoccupied Seattle Police Department vehicle was recovered around 7346 NE Bothell. There is no suspect information at this time.

A vehicle was reported to have been broken into twice in the past month at 182 St.

Vandalism was reported on a parked car at 198 St. The rear passenger window was broken but the vehicle was not entered and nothing was stolen.

 

May 9

A suspect forcibly entered vehicles overnight at 82 PL NE.

A suspect drove with a suspended license on 77 CT NE.

A woman reported a suspicious person at her home on 61 PL NE.

A man was arrested for driving with a revoked license at 6100 BLK NE 175th St.

 

May 10

A man was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol at NE 181st St.

A suspect entered an unoccupied home that is for sale at 77 NE 170th St. and stole items.

A suspect forcibly opened a sliding window to a basement, entered the home and stole items, at NE 202 St.

Unauthorized debit card withdrawals were reported at 175th St.

A bicycle locked in a parking garage at 175th St. was stolen. Victim is willing to assist in the prosecution.

A suspect was arrested for public drunkenness at 7346 NE Bothell Way.

A suspicious person trespassed from Safeway at 6850 NE Bothell Way after acting erratically inside the store.

 

May 11

A woman's wallet was found on the side of the road at 72 Ave. NE.

A suspect was driving with a suspended license on 8000 BLK NE Bothell and was booked into the King County Jail.

A family disturbance was reported at 81 NE 150th St.

A suspect was arrested for driving with a revoked license at 70th Ave. NE.

 

May 12

An unknown person spray painted graffiti on bathroom walls at 170th St.

A drunk man causing a disturbance at the Safeway at 6850 NE Bothell Way was asked to leave and refused. There is now a trespass warning letter on file at city hall.

A drunk man was sent to Evergreen Hospital for detox at 73 Ave. NE.

A suspect was arrested for driving with a revoked license at NE Bothell Way.

A suspect trespassed at a residence at 62 NE 204 PL.

A suspect was driving with a revoked license at 6900 BLK NE Bothell and was released on the scene.

A suspect was arrested for driving with a revoked license at 7700 BLK NE Bothell.

A man abandoned his Jeep Cherokee outside his residence at 74 Ave. NE.

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