Unknown suspect draws ‘KKK’ on unit at Spencer 68 Apartments | Kenmore police blotter

The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of law enforcement incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office 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.

Between Feb. 3-13, there were five burglaries, three thefts, three assaults, three criminal traffic incidents, two incidents of fraud, two vandalisms, two domestic incidents, on incident involving illegal drugs, one civil incident, one suspicious circumstance, one disturbance and one warrant served.

Feb. 3

Suspicious: 9:43 a.m., 6800 block of NE Bothell Way; A woman came into the Wells Fargo Bank and requested a money order. When the teller asked the woman who she wanted the money order made out to, the woman became very irate and began cussing and causing a disturbance.

Feb. 4

Burglary: 7:24 p.m., 1850 block of 63rd Ave.; An unknown suspect broke the back bedroom window of a residence while the owners were on vacation and stole jewelry and small electronics.

Feb. 7

Drugs: 2:17 p.m., 6800 block of NE Bothell Way; An unknown person dropped half a gram of cocaine in the lobby of Wells Fargo Bank.

Larceny: 5:50 p.m., 7300 block of NE Bothell Way; A suspect stole from Snapdoodle Toys, but left before law enforcement arrived.

Traffic: 9:33 p.m., 6800 block of NE Bothell Way; A man was cited for driving with a suspended license.

Feb. 9

Fraud: 2:29 p.m., 7300 block of NE 175th St.; A briefcase was stolen from the front port of a unit at Inglewood Shores apartments, and the debit cards inside were used fraudulently.

Feb. 10

Identity theft: 1:02 p.m., 19100 block of 67th Ave. NE; A man and his wife went to lunch at the Alderwood Mall on Feb. 8, and received a call from their bank that their debit card had suspicious activity at the Alderwood Mall. An unknown suspect had used the card number to make purchases.

Burglary: 5:50 p.m., 15000 block of 70th Ave. NE; An unknown suspect punched through a sliding glass door and went directly to the master bedroom of a residence and opened dresser doors.

Feb. 11

Burglary: 9:18 a.m., 6300 block of NE 196th St.; Victims reported someone stole their small safe with prescription refill orders and jewelry inside. There was no suspect information or signs of forced entry.

Assault: 12:31 p.m., 18900 block of 68th Ave. NE; A man kicked a victim and left before law enforcement arrived.

Burglary: 12:50 p.m., 6700 block of NE 182nd St.; Money orders were stolen from an office lock box at the Spencer 68 Apartments.

Larceny: 1:22 p.m., 7000 block of NE 175th St.; An air compressor was stolen from the back shed sometime in the previous week. A man attempted to pawn the compressor at Cash America.

Vandalism: 4:27 p.m., 6700 block of NE 182nd St.; An unknown suspect drew “KKK” on a door at the Spencer 68 Apartments.

Assault: 5:35 p.m., 18900 block of 68th Ave. NE; A woman spit in a man’s face during an argument at the Timbers Apartments.

Feb. 12

Burglary: 12:45 p.m., 14500 block of 75th Ave. NE; An unknown suspect or suspects stole tools from a house undergoing a remodel.

Traffic: 11:34 p.m., 15000 block of Juanita Drive NE; A suspect was cited for driving with a suspended Oregon license, but was not booked and the vehicle was not impounded.

Feb. 13

Traffic: 2:21 a.m., NE 153rd Place and Juanita Drive NE; A suspect was cited for driving with a suspended license.

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