Suspect attempts to pry open high-end liquor cabinet at Kenmore Safeway | Kenmore police blotter Nov. 14 – 26

  • Tuesday, December 5, 2017 5:30pm
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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.

Sunday, Nov. 26

Trespass/Shoplifting: A suspect was trespassed after attempting to steal three bottles of alcohol from the Kenmore Safeway.

Trespass: A suspect was trespassed after not paying for their food at Jay’s Café.

Auto Theft: An unknown suspect stole a 1995 Honda Accord from the 7200 block of NE 175th St. The male suspect was caught on surveillance video which was placed into evidence.

Saturday, Nov. 25

Trespass/Shoplifting: A suspect was trespassed from the Kenmore Safeway after loss prevention caught them attempting to steal Chinese food.

Friday, Nov. 24

Assault: A suspect allegedly punched his former roommate, kneed him in the head and performed a takedown in the Inglemoor High School parking lot after an argument over debt.

Indecent Exposure: An unknown male suspect reportedly exposed himself to an elderly female in the Kenmore Library.

Wednesday, Nov. 22

Trespass/Shoplifting: An unknown suspect was trespassed from the Kenmore Safeway after attempting to steal food.

Larceny: Suspects attempted to pry open the high end liquor cabinet in the Kenmore Safeway. The suspects damaged the lock guard but were unable to get in.

Tuesday, Nov. 21

Larceny: A suspect was arrested after stealing $260 worth of alcohol from the Kenmore Safeway.

Auto Theft: An unknown suspect stole a Black Honda Civic from the 18500 block of 71st Ave. NE overnight.

Auto Theft: An unknown suspect stole a vehicle from a residence driveway on the 7700 block of NE 192nd St.

Monday, Nov. 20

Trespass: A suspect attempted to steal items from Speedy Mart and was trespassed.

Mail Theft: An unknown suspect stole a new credit card that was delivered by mail to the 19300 block of 59th place NE. The card was fraudulently used at several locations the next morning.

Sunday, Nov. 19

Larceny: A suspect was arrested in the Kenmore Park and Ride for stealing liquor from a grocery store, obstructing an officer and being a minor in possession of alcohol.

Saturday, Nov. 18

Trespass: A suspect was trespassed from the Inglewood Golf Club after wandering around the private property.

Thursday, Nov. 16

Disorderly Conduct: A suspect was arrested and booked into SCORE jail after creating a disturbance on a King County Metro bus.

Assault: A bus driver reportedly hit a special needs student on the top of their head. There was no injury and the victim’s mother is currently working with the school for a resolution.

Wednesday, Nov. 15

Larceny: A suspect asked for a pack of cigarettes at Uplake Grocery and Deli before grabbing the pack and running out of the store.

Tuesday, Nov. 14

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole a box of clothes from a locked vehicle parked on the 18200 block of 73rd Ave. NE.

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