May wrap-up | 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 26

A suspect was reported for driving with a suspended license on 73rd Ave. NE. She was released at the scene.

A suspect received a suspended license after failing to stop at a stop sign on 61st Ave. NE. They also had an unpaid ticket.


May 27

Altered files and malicious activity was reported at a business on NE 181st St.

A victim reported a lawn blower was taken from his home on 7614 NE Bothell Way.

A suspect was charged with driving with a revoked license, having burglar tools, warrants, operating without interlock device, providing a false name and driving in a suspicious vehicle.

A stolen white Cadillac Sedan was reported on 153rd Pl.

A suspect received a misdemeanor warrant and was charged for paraphernalia on 8044 NE Bothell Way.


May 28

A bag containing a cell phone and glasses was turned into Kenmore City Hall.

A suspect stole a wallet out of a truck that was parked on 175th St.

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

Police responded to a report of a person with mental illness threatening schizophrenia at 7234 NE Bothell Way.


May 29

A suspect attempting to burglar a business on 6610 NE 181st St. was caught, but then escaped.

A suspect wrote on a victim's vehicle with a black marker pen on 58th Ave. NE.

A wireless stereo speaker was stolen from a business on 6830 NE Bothell Way.

A fence on 55th Ave. NE was tagged with gang-type graffiti.


May 30

A level 2 sex offender registered a change of address on 7512 NE Bothell Way. He was convicted of communication with a minor in King County in 2008.

A suspect entered a home by prying a window in the downstairs bathroom at 187th St. Items were stolen.

An abandoned vehicle was reported on 64th Ave. NE.


May 31

A suspect was arrested for an outstanding warrant on NE 153rd St.

A suspect was driving with a suspended license and failed to transfer title within 45 days on NE 181st St.

An ex-girlfriend is booked for assault charges on NE 181st St.

A suspect was cited for operating a U-Haul van without a required ignition interlock device while also driving without a license on 153rd St.

A husband was booked for scratching his wife's arms during a physical altercation at 182nd Ave. NE.

A highly intoxicated male that was unresponsive and unable to be woken up on 7700 BLK NE Bothell was sent to detox.

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