20-year-old found to have $26K in warrants from three cities | Police blotter for Sept. 22-28

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The blotter feature is a description of a small selection of police incidents and calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Kirkland Reporter police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kirkland.

Thursday, Sept. 21

DWLS: Police responded to a disturbance in the 10600 block of NE 38th Place around 4:19 p.m. The reporting person had a warrant for driving with a license suspended in the third degree, so police booked her on her warrant.

Arrest: Police arrested a 17-year-old in the 100000 block of NE 137th St. for disorderly conduct after she was involved in a verbal argument with a female and then chased her into the Safeway, pulled her to the ground and punched her multiple times.

Friday, Sept. 22

Fight: Police responded to two males fighting in the 12600 block of NE 132nd St. around 11 p.m. The 33-year-old claimed the 28-year-old started hitting him for no reason, but it was determined this was not the case after further investigation. The 28-year-old was arrested for an outstanding Bothell warrant for drug paraphernalia. He was transferred to Bothell Police Department and later booked.

Saturday, Sept. 23

Check: A 27-year-old male tried to pass a fraudulent check at Wells Fargo in the 9700 block of NE 117th Lane. He had a misdemeanor warrant out of King County, which police arrested him on. The suspect will be charge for fraud through an investigation.

Warrant: A Mountlake Terrace man, 47, was arrested in the 11600 block of 124th Ave. NE on a misdemeanor warrant out of the City of Kenmore.

Monday, Sept. 25

Assault: A 38-year-old male was arrested for assault after pushing his girlfriend of one year to the ground multiple times in their apartment located in the 11400 block of Slater Ave. NE. While his girlfriend was on the ground, the suspect placed both of his hands around his girlfriend’s neck. His girlfriend yelled for him to stop but this ensued for about 30 seconds, according to the report. There was visible bruising and redness around the victim’s neck, along with bruising on her shoulders and forearms from separate assaults.

Tuesday, Sept. 26

DUI: The driver of a BMW ran into a parked trailer in the 12000 block of 113th Ave. NE. Police arrested the 43-year-old driver for driving under the influence.

Wednesday, Sept. 27

Heroin: Police contacted a 23-year-old male at the North Kirkland Community Center in the 10300 block of NE 124th St. Police arrested the male on a misdemeanor warrant out of Redmond Police Department for theft 3. Police also found a small amount of heroin in his possession.

Thursday, Sept. 28

$26K in warrants: Police contacted a 20-year-old male at the Park Place QFC in the 500 block of Parkplace Center. The male was subsequently found to have more than $26,000 in warrants out of three different cities. Police arrested him on his Seattle Police Department warrant for theft 3. He was transferred to the custody of Seattle without incident.

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