Neighborly dispute over tree removal, road rage retaliation, meth | Kenmore police blotter Sept. 11-26

The blotter feature is a description of a small selection of law enforcement incidents and calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) that are dispatched to on-duty law enforcement officers. The Kenmore police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kenmore.

Monday, Sept. 11

Assault: A juvenile was booked into Youth Services Center after assaulting his mom and damaging their bathroom in the 18000 block of 68th Ave. NE.

Tuesday, Sept. 12

Meth: An American Medical Response unit transported a man in the 700 block of NE 175th St. to EvergreenHealth because he had a bad reaction to smoking meth.

Larceny: A caller in the 62000 block of NE 182nd St. reported that someone gained access to his trailer overnight and stole most of the tools inside. The rear door of the trailer was unlocked.

Larceny: Two females walked into the Rite Aide in the 18000 block of 68th Ave. NE and stole a large amount of supplements from the shelves by placing them in bags and walking out without paying.

Friday, Sept. 15

Swastika: An unknown student drew a swastika and wrote racial slurs on another student’s locker using a pencil at Kenmore Junior High in the 20000 block of 66th Ave. NE.

Sunday, Sept. 17

Paraphernalia: At the request of a mother in the 17500 block of 83rd Place NE, officers removed drug paraphernalia from the house.

Monday, Sept. 18

Vaping: A 17-year-old visitor was found in the restroom of Inglemoor High School in the 15500 block of Simonds Rd. NE vaping with other students. The 17-year-old was trespassed and escorted off campus.

Tuesday, Sept. 19

Marijuana: A caller in the 6900 block of NE 182nd St. reported a suspicious backpack in his or her yard. The backpack contained marijuana.

Trees: One neighbor in the 5500 block of NE 190th St. was intentionally interfering with another neighbor from legally removing a tree.

Wednesday, Sept. 20

Slashed: A caller reported that a white male in a silver or white Kia Forte slashed the caller’s tires in the Safeway parking lot at 6850 NE Bothell Way. The caller did not want to prosecute. The tire slashing might have been road rage retaliation.

Larceny: Someone stole a wallet from an unlocked vehicle in the 8000 block of NE 183rd St.

Thursday, Sept. 21

DUI: Police stopped a driver at the Kenmore Library for equipment and traffic violations. Police arrested the driver for a DUI. Police obtained a blood warrant and the suspect was booked into SCORE.

Headphones: A resident in the 1600 block of Inglewood Rd. was notified that his Amazon order of $350 pair of noise canceling headphones had been delivered to his residence. When the resident arrived the package was not on the porch.

Friday, Sept. 22

Collision: Officers investigated a two-car collision in the 7500 block of NE Bothell Way around 10 a.m. The driver that caused the accident was driving with a suspended license in the third degree. The causing driver was arrested, cited and then released.

Thirsty: A man was trespassed from Safeway in the 6800 block of NE Bothell Way for taking and consuming alcoholic beverages inside the store.

Stolen: A maroon 1994 Honda Accord with a Washington license plate number was stolen out of the Kenmore Park-and-Ride in the 7300 block of NE Bothell Way.

Sunday, Sept. 24

Found: A resident’s son found an Xbox in some bushes along the Burke Gilman Trail in the 8900 block of NE Bothell Way.

Tuesday, Sept. 26

Drugs: A man was booked into King County Jail for possession of 8 grams of suspected meth and 2 grams of suspected heroin found in his pocket in the 6800 block of NE 181st St. The man also had warrants out for his arrest.

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