Man attempts to stab girlfriend’s son with fork over driving privileges | Kirkland Police Blotter

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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.

Between March 2-8, there were 815 total incidents, including 131 traffic incidents, 22 traffic accidents, one DUIs, 26 general traffic incidents, four incidents involving illegal drugs, 33 alarm calls, 12 abandoned vehicles, five burglaries, nine incidents of fraud, 23 civil incidents, 10 cases of harassment, nine thefts, 21 vehicle prowls, two vehicle thefts, 11 warrants served, eight noise complaints, four animal calls, 10 incidents of domestic violence, no fireworks complaints, 13 disturbances, one sex offense, five hit and runs and 30 incidents involving at least one arrest.

March 2

DUI: 9:19 p.m., 12000 block of NE 85th St.; A 68-year-old woman backed her vehicle into a sign at the Taco Time drive thru. The woman provided a breath sample of .205, and was arrested for DUI.

Warrants: 10:49 p.m., 300 block of Kirkland Ave.; A 30-year-old homeless man was located in the parking garage of the downtown library and arrested on his outstanding Bellevue warrant for 3rd-degree theft.

March 3

Vehicle theft: 11:50 p.m., 8200 block of 126th Ave.; A 23-year-old man was found driving a stolen Honda Civic, arrested for vehicle theft and booked into King County Jail without incident.

March 4

Theft: 4:06 a.m., 600 block of 5th Place; A 32-year-old Bellevue man was arrested for 3rd-degree theft after failing to pay his $49 cab fare. The man was located sleeping in an upstairs room at Jamco, cited and released from Kirkland jail.

Public urination: 3:14 p.m., State St. S and 10th Ave. S; Witnesses observed a 53-year-old man urinating in a public place. The man also had several outstanding misdemeanor warrants from Bothell, and was transferred into Bothell PD custody.

Warrants: 11:27 p.m., 12800 block of NE 60th Ave.; A 35-year-old man was contacted for a parking violation. He was found to have a felony warrant out of Olympia Department of Corrections, and was booked into King County Jail.

March 5

Trespass: 3:53 p.m., 11600 block of 127th Lane NE; A 59-year-old woman reported a 29-year-old man attempted to open her sliding glass door for the second night in a row. The man was arrested for trespassing, booked into Kirkland Jail and issued a one-year trespass letter.

March 6

Warrants: 1:16 a.m., 11600 block of NE 124th St; A 35-year-old Snohomish man was contacted as a passenger on a traffic stop. During the stop, the man informed the officer he had an active warrant for his arrest and provided identification. The man had a felony warrant for Escape Community Custody, and was arrested and booked into King County Jail.

Domestic: 9:29 p.m., 10800 block of 104th Ave. NE; A 52-year-old man and the 22-year-old son of the man’s girlfriend got into a physical altercation regarding the son’s use of his mother’s car. The man grabbed the fork he was eating with and lunged at the son, who fought back. The girlfriend took the fork away and the man and was shoved outside. The suspect was arrested for 4th-degree domestic violence assault.

March 7

Warrants: 1:28 a.m., 12800 block of NE 132nd St.; A 21-year-old man was stopped on traffic and arrested on his outstanding felony warrant from King County Sheriff’s Office. Bail was set at $100,000.

March 8

Trespass: 4:14 a.m., 12000 block of NE 128th St.; A 25-year-old Seattle woman was cited and released on scene for 2nd-degree Trespass after returning to EvergreenHealth despite being formally trespassed.

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