Nude suspect blocks traffic, fights officers | Police blotter

The Kirkland police blotter for Oct. 25 through Nov. 1.

  • Monday, November 12, 2018 3:30pm
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Thursday, Nov. 1

Disorderly Conduct: A suspect was arrested for indecent exposure, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after he was issued a trespass from Juanita Pub. As the suspect was escorted from the pub, he “squared up” to the officers, exposing his genitals while blocking eastbound traffic on Northeast 120th place. The suspect friend attempted to help the suspect and after a brief fight with officers, the friend was arrested for obstructing a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest. Wednesday, Oct. 31

DUI: A suspect was arrested after making multiple lane violations and being confirmed as DUI.

Tuesday, Oct. 30

Vice: A suspect was arrested for prostitution after her exchange of sex for money over text messaging was confirmed.

Sunday, Oct. 28

DUI: A suspect was stopped for an improper method of turning and smelled strongly of cannabis. He was confirmed and arrested for DUI.

Friday, Oct. 26

Theft: A 68-year-old suspect stole $21 worth of goods from the Juanita Safeway and was trespassed for three years.

DUI: A suspect ran a stop sign and was subsequently arrested for DUI on the 11300 block of Northeast 124th Street.

Thursday, Oct. 25

DUI: A suspect was stopped on the 11200 block of Northeast 124th Street for speeding at 69 mph. The suspect was confirmed to be DUI and arrested.

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI after making multiple lane violations on Southbound Interstate 405 at the 11200 block.

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