Unknown suspect steals a potted plant from a Kenmore home | Kenmore police blotter for Aug. 30 – Sept. 10

  • Tuesday, September 12, 2017 4:30pm
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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, Sept. 10

Warrant Arrest: Two intoxicated subjects were reportedly stumbling into traffic and pulling branches off of bushes. One was transported for detox while the other had an outstanding felony warrant.

DUI: A suspect crashed their car into a tree near the Inglewood Golf Course while intoxicated. The suspect was transported to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.

Saturday, Sept. 9

Mischief and Nuisance: A subject was pulling their friends on snowboards behind his motorcycle on the Kenmore Jr. High play field.

Friday, Sept. 8

Prowling: A victim woke up to a man looking through their bedroom window in their house on the 5800 block of Northeast 180th St.

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole a potted plant from the walkway near the front porch of a home on the 15200 block 88th Ave. Northeast.

Thursday, Sept. 7

Disorderly Conduct: A fight at a public skateboard park broke out and a subject who was involved was detoxed.

Driving While License Revoked: A vehicle was stopped for traffic violations on the 6700 block of Northeast 182nd St. Both occupants were arrested. The driver was cited and released, while the passenger was arrested for a misdemeanor warrant.

Wednesday, Sept. 6

Warrant arrest: A suspect was arrested on the 18500 block of 61st Place Northeast after calling 911 and hanging up.

Tuesday, Sept. 5

Stolen License Plates: A victim reported that their vehicle’s front license plate was stolen while the vehicle was parked at their residence on the 8400 block of Northeast 150th Place.

Monday, Sept. 4

Vandalism: The Kenmore Elementary School’s security found gold graffiti on the north side of the gymnasium.

Burglary: An unknown broke into a vacant house on the 7000 Northeast 153rd Place be using a screwdriver to pry open the back door and stole a TV and a Vacuum.

Saturday, Sept. 2

Vehicle Recovery: A stolen vehicle was recovered in the Juanita Safeway parking lot.

Property Found: A reporting party found a sword near their building on the 19000 block of 68th Ave. Northeast.

Wednesday, Aug. 30

Property Found: A reporting party found a metal car in a ditch by a house and suspects that children stole it because they were seen riding it down the street on the 7700 block of Northeast 148th Place.

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