Male suspect attempts to lure a 12-year-old girl back to his house | Kenmore police blotter for Oct. 16-30

  • Wednesday, November 1, 2017 4:08pm
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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, Oct. 30

Burglary: An unknown suspect broke into and stole from the Kenmore Jimmy John’s through the back door of the restaurant.

Saturday, Oct. 28

Threats: A suspect was arrested on the 18200 block of 70th Lane NE after threatening to slit someone’s throat. No weapon was specifically displayed or mentioned.

Friday, Oct. 27

Burglary: An unknown suspect entered an unlocked apartment on the 18100 block of 68th Ave. NE while the homeowners were walking their dogs and stole a cellphone, wallet and headphones.

Thursday, Oct. 26

Larceny: An unknown suspect has been entering local pawnshops and switching out her own fake jewelry with the real jewelry she tries on.

Threats: Police responded to an altercation between a driver and bicyclist on the corner of NE 181st St. and 61st Ave. NE.

Wednesday, Oct. 25

Found Property: A bicycle was found outside a Bothell business’s front door on the 7900 block of NE Bothell Way.

Aggravated Assault: Police arrested a suspect after he grabbed his girlfriend’s face and the inside of her mouth before strangling and threatening to kill her on the 18200 block of 70th Lane NE.

Tuesday, Oct. 24

Impersonation: An unknown suspect created a fake ad in the casual encounters section of the Seattle Craigslist, listing the reporting party as wanting sex.

Burglary: The reporting party reported that their mobile home was broken into on the 6900 block of NE 182nd St., while they were on vacation.

Monday, Oct. 23

Felony Warrant: A suspect was arrested on the 7500 block of NE 195th St. on a felony warrant for unlawful possession of a firearm.

Lost Property: A reporting party reported their wallet as lost or stolen, possibly at the Bothell Safeway.

Sunday, Oct. 22

Burglary: An unknown suspect pried open the sliding door of an apartment on the 16700 block of Juanita Drive NE and burglarized it. The victim pointed out a person of interest.

Saturday, Oct. 21

Assault: Two men assaulted an Uber driver and a female in the Kenmore Lanes parking lot. Both victims eventually refused to assist in the prosecution.

Friday, Oct. 20

Larceny: A suspect loaded up a shopping cart in the Kenmore Safeway, left it in an aisle and left before a second suspect took the cart and left without paying.

Burglary: An unknown suspect cut a hole in the gate of a power substation gate on the 8000 block of NE 185 and stole 4 ot copper grounding sections.

Suspicious Circumstances: A suspicious woman in a tan sedan approached a child and asked if he wanted a ride, while he was waiting at a bus stop on the 19700 block of 64th Ave. NE.

Thursday, Oct. 19

Suspicious Circumstances: A suspicious man wrote a letter and gave it to a 12-year-old girl at the Kenmore Library attempting to convince the girl to come to his house.

Burglary: An unknown suspect crawled in through the doggy door of an apartment on the 19100 block of 61st Place NE and only stole property belonging to one of the two residents.

Wednesday, Oct. 18

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole a laptop from a patron at a Kenmore Starbucks.

Suspicious Circumstances: An unknown woman asked a 13-year-old boy if he wanted a ride to school as he was walking on the 7100 block of NE 168th St.

Monday, Oct. 16

Assault: A suspect threw his wife to the ground and broke items in the apartment on the 16700 block of Juanita Drive NE. The suspect has an extensive criminal history.

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