Unknown suspect stole seven or eight liquor bottles from Rite Aid | Kenmore police blotter for Jan. 14-22

  • Wednesday, January 31, 2018 1:30pm
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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.

Monday, Jan. 22

Warrant Arrest: An unnamed suspect was arrested in the Bank of America at 7110 Bothell Way NE for a misdemeanor warrant.

Identity Theft: A victim reported that their bank account was charged by an unknown source approximately 184 times in a two month period.

Sunday, Jan. 21

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole seven or eight bottles of liquor from the Kenmore Rite Aid.

Saturday, Jan. 20

Warrant Arrest: An unnamed suspect was arrested for a Bothell assault warrant outside the Chevron gas station at 8000 NE Bothell Way.

Warrant Arrest: An unnamed suspect was arrested for a Kirkland driving while license suspended warrant at the Kenmore Rite Aid.

Friday, Jan. 19

Suspicious Circumstances: An unknown adult male attempted to approach and talk to a grade-school-age female at a bus stop on the 18900 block of 68th Ave. NE.

Burglary: An unknown suspect broke into a Kenmore Automotive shed and started a fire.

Thursday, Jan. 18

Mail Theft: A victim reported their mail was stolen at the Kenmore City Hall. The mail reportedly contained the victim’s new driver’s license.

Ammunition Disposal: The Kenmore Middle School Assistant Principal turned in a .22 bullet that was found in the boys locker room two days prior. Lockers, items and bags were searched and nothing else was found.

Larceny: An unknown suspect shoplifted a basket full of razors and shaving products from the Kenmore Rite Aid.

Wednesday, Jan. 17

Suspicious Package: A passerby reported a suspicious package on the 6800 block of NE Bothell Way. A bomb defusing unit responded, cleared the package then disposed of it.

Tuesday, Jan. 16

Identity Theft: A victim was advised to report their fraudulent bank transactions to police. The victim reported several credit card accounts were opened under his name in California.

Controlled Substance: Inglemoor High School submitted suspected cannabis to police for disposal.

Monday, Jan. 15

Warrant Arrest: An unnamed suspect was arrested for a felony warrant at the Kenmore Park and Ride.

Sunday, Jan. 14

Welfare Status: An unnamed suspect was coming off a three-day meth binge when someone called in reporting an overdose. The suspect did not want to go to the hospital.

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