Suspect holds knife to victim’s stomach, arrested | Police blotter

The Kirkland police blotter for Sept. 27 through Oct. 2.

  • Friday, October 12, 2018 3:30pm
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Thursday, Sept. 27

Trespass: A male suspect was arrested after attempting to enter an occupied residence at an undisclosed location in Kirkland.

Burglary: A suspect was booked into King County Jail after entering his grandmother’s apartment unlawfully, stealing her purse and violating the protection order he was the respondent in.

Friday, Sept. 28

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI after being stopped pulling away from a party that officers responded to that was reported to have alcohol and drug use involved. A strong odor of alcohol was emanating from the suspect’s vehicle and therefore was stopped. The suspect smelled of alcohol and agreed to participate in voluntary field sobriety tests. The suspect displayed multiple indicators of impairment during the tests and provided a breath sample of .132 in the field and blood alcohol content readings of IR 0.124/EC 0.123 and IR 0.121/EC 0.120.

Sunday, Sept. 30

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI after being observed driving at 45 mph in a posted 35 mph speed zone. When contacted, she displayed signs of impairment and agreed to participate in field tests. The suspect demonstrated multiple indicators of intoxication during the tests and provided a breath sample of .121 in the field. At the police station, the suspect provided blood alcohol content samples of IR 0.099/EC 0.098 and IR 0.096/EC 0.095.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Assault: A suspect exited her apartment with a butcher knife, waving it at the victim and then pushing it against their stomach. The suspect retreated back into her apartment before she was arrested and booked into King County Jail.

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