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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.

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.

May 21

An employee at Great Clips, located at 6850 NE Bothell Way, stole cash out of a co-worker’s wallet. The suspect was gone when authorities arrived.

May 22

A person reported, from city hall, that their residence had been broken into and that she knew the two possible suspects.

May 23

A person driving along the 7000 block of NE 204th St. was pulled over and then booked into South Correctional Entity (SCORE) for driving with a suspended license in the third degree.

May 26

A person reported possible child abuse near the 18700 block of 60th Ave. NE. Police assisted CPS with the investigation.

A person was arrested at the Brookside Apartments for violating a court’s no contact order (NCO). The suspect also had an active city of Kenmore warrant for their arrest.

May 27

A person called authorities to report drivers crossing over the solid division lines on the roadways, near the intersection of Northeast Bothell Way and 73rd Avenue Northeast, and that it was worse in the afternoon.

A person reported having several items stolen from their trunk while living at the Brookside apartments on Northeast Bothell Way. The items were in excess of $250 in value.

May 28

A person appears to have died of apparent natural causes near the 7400 block of NE 156th St.

A vehicle parked at Saint Edwards State Park was broken into and items were taken in excess of $250 in value.

A victim reported having a check from a suspect, but that check was fraudulent.

A person was driving a vehicle with expired tabs when officers pulled them over near the intersection of Northeast 175th Street and 68th Avenue. Upon investigation, it was found that the driver also had a suspended license in the third degree and was arrested.

May 29

A female juvenile was found at Wallace Swamp Creek after she drank alcohol at home overnight and had attempted to walk to school the next day.

A person was cited for driving along Northeast Bothell Way and 68th Avenue Northeast after they were found to be driving with a suspended license in the third degree.

May 30

A person reported an abandoned vehicle that had been parked near the 1800 block of 68th Ave. NE for more than one month.

A person reported an abandoned vehicle that had been parked near the 1800 block of 66th Ave. NE for more than two months.

A child was bitten by person’s dog near 192 Brewery. The bite caused superficial red marks.

A person, residing near the 9000 block of NE 147th St., was awakened by his mother when she asked him where his motorcycle was located. Since the victim had the keys on his person, it is assumed that the bike was hot wired and stolen.

May 31

A person out of Lake Forest Park was arrested for driving with a suspended license and misdemeanor warrants. They were handed off to Lake Forest Park police who then released the person on scene.

Bothell PD was called in to assist Kenmore PD in serving misdemeanor warrants to a suspect at the McDonald’s Restaurant on 7234 NE Bothell Way.

A person was arrested near the intersection of Northeast Bothell Way and 61st Avenue Northeast for driving with a suspended license in the third degree.

June 1

A person reported an abandoned vehicle that had been parked near the 6700 block of NE 185th St. for more than 10 days. The person either reported it twice or reported two vehicles at the same location.

 

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