Unknown suspect smashes vehicle window and snatches purse outside Lakeview Yoga | Kenmore police blotter for Dec. 2-10

  • Tuesday, December 12, 2017 5:15pm
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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, Dec. 10

Larceny: An unknown suspect shoplifted miscellaneous clothing from St. Vincent de Paul in Kenmore and left the are on foot.

Saturday, Dec. 9

Assault: An argument reportedly got physical between two friends and involved a glass bowl on the 7100 block of NE 175th St.

Friday, Dec. 8

Assault: An argument broke out between two male roommates over rent on the 14900 block of 88th Place NE before one roommate allegedly slapped the other one in the cheek.

Fire Investigation: Police investigated an accidental fire resulting from a salt water aquarium in an unoccupied residence on the 17500 block of 83rd Place NE.

Thursday, Dec. 7

Larceny: An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver-side window and stole a purse from a vehicle parked outside Lakeview Yoga.

Burglary: Unknown suspects stole tools from a townhouse construction site on the 6400 block of NE 181st St. Police believe the suspects walked in to the site and used an electric grinder or saw to cut through a metal tool chest before prying it open.

Wednesday, Dec. 6

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole the battery from a vehicle parked on the 6200 block of NE 156th St.

Felony Warrant: A suspect was arrested at the intersection of NE 150th Place and 84th Ave. NE for a county felony warrant and superior court warrant.

Tuesday, Dec. 5

Drunkenness: A subject was found intoxicated to the point of incapacitation along the roadway shoulder near the corner of NE 165th and Juanita Drive.

Stolen License Plates: An unknown suspect stole the license plates from a vehicle parked outside Inglewood Auto Repair.

Monday, Dec. 4

Trespass: A suspect was trespassed by letter from Kenmore lanes after entering through the bar entrance.

Assault/Robbery: Two unknown suspects broke in through the back door of a home on the 7100 block of NE 170th St. and assaulted the resident inside. They were reportedly attempting to rob the residence.

Sunday, Dec. 3

Disorderly Conduct: A suspect yelled and cursed at the Uplake Grocery owner before knocking counter top store goods onto the floor and exiting.

Identity Theft: A Kenmore resident on the 8400 block of NE 170th St. reported that he received a return package as a result of an eBay transaction. The victim reported that he doesn’t have an eBay account and he suspects someone has stolen his identity and is selling items under his name.

Saturday, Dec. 2

Controlled Substance Violation: A suspect was trespassed from the Kenmore Safeway after attempting to steal a shopping cart of unpaid merchandise and punching loss prevention. The suspect was subsequently arrested and booked into King County Jail. Police suspect they were in violation of the Controlled Substance Act.

Trespass/Shoplift: A suspect was trespassed from the Kenmore Safeway after attempting to shoplift.

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