Kirkland Police Blotter July 1-7

The weekly Kirkland Police blotter is represented on an interactive map below. Instead of listing the selection of calls separately, this feature allows the information relating to the call to be placed on the map itself.

The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all 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, which average about 800 per week.

Between July 1-7, the Kirkland Police Department reported 288 traffic violations (seven DUIs), 13 traffic accidents, 34 fireworks violations, 24 noise complaints, 24 car prowls, 19 alarm calls, 16 thefts, three domestic violence calls, 11 animal control calls, seven burglary calls and six acts of fraud. At least 37 people were arrested.

View Kirkland Police blotter July 1-7 in a larger map

July 9

Warrant arrest: 6:33 p.m., 211 Parkplace Center. Howard Z. Tate, 18, of Kirkland was arrested in the parking lot of QFC on an outstanding warrant.

July 7

Robbery: 2:45 p.m., 10600 N.E. 68th Street. A Seattle man reported that a Kirkland man struck him in the face several times and demanded money. The Seattle man gave the suspect $60 and exited the car they were in. The Seattle man did not suffer any visible injuries and would not sign a written statement or want police to contact the Kirkland man.

July 6

Theft: 4:05 p.m., 11200 block of N.E. 124th Street. Kyle Reed Smith, 50, of Kirkland was picked up for shoplifting at a local grocery store. Smith allegedly stole two wine coolers.

Weapons violations: 1:37 a.m., 11600 block of N.E. 85th Street. Victor T. Marana, 40, of Pacific, Wash. was stopped leaving the area of a motor vehicle prowl in a matching suspect vehicle with a butterfly knife. The man was not involved in the prowl but was driving with a suspended license. His vehicle was towed and he was arrested.

July 5

Burglary: 6:22 a.m., 12000 block of N.E. 85th Street. Two male juveniles from Kirkland were arrested for attempted burglary of a U-Haul. They were also arrested for being in possession of alcohol stolen property as multiple items were located on them. Both juveniles claimed gang affiliation and were charged with malicious mischief after they both separately scratched gang numbers and symbols into the walls of the jail.

Indecent exposure: 11:40 a.m., 12800 block of 124th Lane N.E. Gregory F. Burton allegedly exposed his genitals to three different people and was arrested.

Malicious mischief: 12:59 a.m., 100 3rd Ave. Christopher Rossario Collins, 22, of Bellevue was arrested for jumping on a vehicle and damaging it.

Theft: 6 p.m., 211 Parkplace Center. Jesse L. McCoy, 20, of Everett was arrested for third degree theft and minor in possession after he was caught by QFC loss prevention for stealing two beers.

Theft: 7:18 p.m., 211 Parkplace Center. Christopher James Tolin, 22, of Seattle was arrested for leaving the QFC with a Sushi entree and BBQ Pork without paying for them. The items were returned to QFC.

July 4

Disorderly conduct: 11:49 p.m., 111 Central Way. A woman was arrested for disorderly conduct at the Wilde Rover after she allegedly took a swing at the bouncer and server.

July 1

Theft: 10:59 a.m., 200 block of Central Way. Sean Patrick Hansen, 18, attempted to steal a $2 lighter from the Market on Central. He attempted to run and was tackled and held down by store staff. Hansen was taken into custody where an officer recovered a fixed blade knife from him. He was charged with theft and possession of a dangerous weapon.

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