Kenmore Sheriff’s Blotter: Driving without licenses, stolen guns and criminal warrants.

A summary of police responses between Oct. 5 and Oct. 13 in Kenmore.

<italic> The 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 King County Sheriff’s Office blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kenmore. </Italics>


Between Oct. 5 and Oct. 13, 1 theft (including identity theft and fraud) occurred along with one DUI, six cases of driving with invalid licenses, two assaults, one burglary, two vehicle prowls, one case of domestic violence, two criminal warrants served, two alcohol or drug violations and one combined instance of vandalism.


Oct. 5

A woman was arrested on a criminal warrant after hanging out at 7-11 on 7234 Northeast Bothell Way all day and the manager felt threatened.


Oct. 6

Two Glock 10mm pistols and a fake Rolex watch were stolen from a home on the 17600 block of 83rd Place Northeast after the burglars smashed a downstairs window with a rock.

A woman threatened to hurt herself.

Someone was arrested for driving with a suspended license after an accident. The passenger was a juvenile registered missing in King County.

One vehicle window was shot out by what police believe was a pellet or BB gun in 17500 block of 68th Avenue Northeast.

Police issued a criminal citation for a person drinking in Tracy Owen Park.


Oct. 7

High school students at Inglemoor High School got into a fight.

A woman was driving with a suspended license.

Seattle police recovered a stolen vehicle along Northeast 203rd Street and 79th Avenue Northeast.

Police say two people had been smoking drugs in the Rite Aid parking lot on 18022 68th Avenue Northeast. Suboxone, a prescription opioid, and Clonazepam, a prescription Xanax-like drug were recovered.


Oct. 8

Police responded to a structure fire, where it was later determined that multiple people had broken into the house and set the house on fire in the 7500 block of Northeast 166th Street.

A vehicle prowl was interrupted by the vehicle owner along the 8000 block of Northeast Bothell Way around 2:20 a.m. The suspect fled the scene and dropped a knife.

Someone was driving with a suspended license.


Oct. 9

An abandoned vehicle was reported.

One woman was booked into jail on intoxicated driving charges after running into bushes in the 6500 block of Northeast 182 Street in the Cambridge Apartment complex.


Oct. 10

A person with mental illness was not taking their medications and becoming paranoid.

A vehicle fire led to the vehicle being impounded for tabs which expired over 45 days previously in the 7200 block of Northeast 181 Street.

One suspect threw spring loaded clamps after a man’s dog got loose and ran to the suspects front door in the 14700 block of 81st Avenue Northeast.

One suspect was arrested on obstructing an officer after making false statements while driving with a suspended license.

Trash cans and mailboxes were vandalized in the 7500 block of Northeast 195 Street.


Oct. 11

A citation was issued for driving with a revoked license.

A man was arrested after jaywalking along Bothell Way for a criminal warrant in Maple Valley.


Oct. 12

One citation was issued for driving with a suspended license.

A stump grinder was stolen from Bartlett Tree Experts.


Oct. 13

An abandoned vehicle was reported.

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