Suspect brandishes folding knife in road rage incident | police blotter

The Kirkland Police blotter for Aug. 17 through 22.

  • Tuesday, September 4, 2018 12:30pm
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Wednesday, Aug. 22

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI on the 13200 block of northbound 405 NE after showing multiple signs of impaired driving and performing poorly on Field Sobriety Tests.

Hit-and-Run: A suspect was witnessed striking an unoccupied parked vehicle with their own vehicle in the Lime Bark and Grill parking lot. The suspect left the scene without providing any information and was subsequently stopped and arrested for DUI.

Tuesday, Aug. 21

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI on the 11700 block of 98th Ave. NE after making multiple traffic violation and showing signs of impairment.

Monday, Aug. 20

Trespass: A suspect was arrested for criminal trespass after he was found inside the Sharis on the 12200 block of NE 116th St. demanding receipt paper from employees. A valid trespass warning letter was on file for the address for the suspect.

Harassment: A suspect made threats to a victim and pointed a gun at them on the 11900 block of NE 80th St. The victim felt threatened and the suspect was arrested for Assault.

Saturday, Aug. 18

Assault: A suspect was arrested at Fairfax Hospital after she slapped a register nurse in the face during the course of a treatment.

Friday, Aug. 17

Weapons Violation: Two subject were involved in a road rage incident and both exited their vehicles near the corner of NE 132nd St. and 124th Ave. NE. One of the subjects then brandished a folding knife and fled the scene. He was quickly located and arrested.

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