5 arrested after Kirkland police uncover extensive criminal activity

Suspects were involved in narcotics, stolen property and cars as well as mail and identity theft.

  • Friday, December 29, 2017 12:36pm
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The Kirkland Police Department served a search warrant on a residence in the Lendemain neighborhood early Friday afternoon that led to five people being arrested.

According to the KPD Twitter page, detectives served the warrant after proactive patrol officers uncovered extensive criminal activity. The suspects were involved in narcotics, stolen property and cars as well as mail and identity theft.

The Reporter will add to this story when more information becomes available.

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