Vehicle prowls, heroin and driving without licenses | King County Sheriff’s Blotter

King County Sheriff's Office reports for Kenmore between Sept. 25 to Oct. 5.

The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The King County Sheriff’s Office blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kenmore.

Between Sept. 25 and Oct. 5, three thefts (including identity theft and fraud) occurred along with two robberies or burglaries, one DUI, three vehicle prowls, four heroin involved incidents, one case of possession of psychedelic mushrooms, four counts of driving without a valid license, one case of public drunkenness, two cases of trespass, one sex offense and one suicide attempt.

Sept. 25

A vehicle prowl was reported at the 7346 Bothell Way Park and Ride.

Sept. 28

A theft from a vehicle was reporter on 83rd Avenue Northeast.

A minor left his home and was found hours later hanging out with a friend at Cedar Park Apartments.

A woman was taken to Evergreen Hospital after police believe she had used heroin and was unable to take care of herself.

Items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 6900 block of Northeast 164th Street.

A man was driving with a suspended license.

Sept. 29

A car which was parked in a no-parking zone was issued a ticket.

Suspected stolen property was turned in at Kenmore City HAll.

A parked car was blocking a lane in the 7300 block of Northeast 181 Street which was impounded.

A 1997 Fore Aspire was stolen from the Kenmore Park and Ride lot. It was later recovered by the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office in Lynwood with someone inside.

One woman was issued an intoxicated driving citation.

Sept. 30

Police contacted a drunken man stumbling into a roadway in the 6700 block of Northeast 181st Street.

Two men were trespassed from the 6850 Northeast Bothell Way Safeway.

A man was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

One woman was taken to Evergreen Hospital after taking what police believe was heroin and was unable to take care of herself.

Oct. 1

Power equipment was stolen from Auction yard.

A credit/debit card was found in the parking lot of Kenmore City Hall.

A 15-year-old girl was reportedly drugged and sexually assaulted.

Police responded to a suicide attempt in the parking lot of Kenmore Camera after the victim taped a garden hose to the muffler and ran it into the cabin.

Oct. 2

Drugs and paraphernalia were recovered from a 7300 Northeast 175th Street residence.

Front license plates were stolen from Inglemoor High School.

A residential burglary was reported along 82nd Place Northeast.

Oct. 3

Edmonds Police arrested a man for possessing heroin at the 6850 Northeast Bothell Way Safeway.

Psychedelic mushrooms were found on a man arrested for trespassing at the 7234 Northeast Bothell Way McDonalds.


Police K9 units found a man hiding in apartments in the 7300 block of Northeast 175th Street after he entered another apartment and assaulted someone.

Someone took tools from work vehicles in the 6500 block of Northeast Bothell Way.

One man was trespassed from Kenmore Lanes after urinating on the front of the building.

A man was driving with a revoked license.

Two people passed away apparently from natural causes.

Oct. 5

One man was driving with a revoked license.

One man overdosed on heroin and was transported to Evergreen Hospital.

A ‘strange and disturbing’ letter was left in the media/broadcast room at Inglemoor High School by an unknown student.

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