Suspect pries open Starbucks cash register to find it empty, steals danishes instead | Kenmore police blotter Nov. 6 – Nov. 13

  • Tuesday, November 14, 2017 3:23pm
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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.

Monday, Nov. 13

Vandalism: Unknown suspects slashed a van’s tires on the 7000 block of NE 181st St.

Sunday, Nov. 12

Custodial Interference: A father reported that his ex-wife violated a parenting plan when she refused to drop of two of their children as scheduled.

Criminal Warrant: A suspect called police to turn themself in for a misdemeanor warrant. Police arrived to the location on the 18000 block of 81st Lane NE and arrested the suspect after they put their hands out for handcuffs.

Burglary: Unknown suspects broke into and stole from Fabulous Cleaners using channel lock pliers to remove the cylinder lock on the front double-glass doors.

Burglary: Unknown suspects pried open the side door lock of the Kenmore Kidd Valley before cutting the telephone and turning off the power breaker.

Saturday, Nov. 11

Warrant Arrest: A suspect was acting high on meth at the Kenmore Safeway before they were arrested for an Everett misdemeanor warrant.

Family Disturbance: Police contacted a woman who was involved with a reported loud verbal argument between her and a man in a parking lot at Rocky’s Corner. She had minor injuries and refused to cooperate with the investigation.

Friday, Nov. 10

Vandalism: An unknown person threw a rock and broke a classroom window at Kenmore Elementary School. Police have no leads.

Larceny: An unknown suspect went into the Kenmore Safeway Starbucks after hours and used a tool to pry open the cash register. There was no cash in the register but the suspect stole several danishes. This matches the same MO as recently reported instances at other Safeways in the area.

Thursday, Nov. 9

Fraud: A group of four people reportedly used fraudulent credit cards to make a group purchase of a vehicle from Best Auto Sales.

Assault: A female suspect assaulted her boyfriend and broke several of his things, on the 18200 block of 73rd Ave. NE, before she was arrested and booked into SCORE jail.

Wednesday, Nov. 8

Auto Theft: An unknown suspect stole a 1999 Honda Civic, with the Washington license plate number ANU6520. The vehicle was parked on the 6200 block of NE 175th St.

Suspicious Circumstances: A woman reported a suspicious man staring at her four to five times over the past year on the 7800 block of NE 150th St.

Auto Theft: An unknown suspect stole a 1990 Honda Accord, with the Washington license plate number BCC1369. The vehicle was locked and parked on the 6800 block of NE 185th St.

Monday, Nov. 6

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole cigars from the Uplake Grocery and Deli. The business provided footage of the suspect.

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