Suspect steals sandwich after causing disturbance | Police blotter

The Kirkland police blotter for Nov. 29 through Dec. 1.

  • Tuesday, December 18, 2018 1:07pm
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Saturday, Dec. 1

DUI: A suspect was arrested for suspicion of DUI for showing signs of impairment and performing poorly on a field sobriety test on the 14100 block of 73rd Avenue Northeast.

Friday, Nov. 30

Warrant Arrest: A suspect was arrested for a warrant out of Duvall under the 405 overpass on Northeast 132nd Street.

DUI: A witness called police to report a suspect left the Cock & Bull looking intoxicated. Police located and stopped the suspect after he showed signs of impaired driving on the 11800 block of 98th Avenue Northeast. The suspect was arrested for investigation of DUI.

Thursday, Nov. 29

Assault: A victim was punched on the right side of her face by a Fairfax patient. The victim received treatment at Evergreen for a contusion to the right side of her face. Charges for third-degree assault have be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.

Theft: A suspect was arrested for attempting to steal $100 worth of seafood from the Juanita Safeway.

Theft: A suspect had been causing a disturbance at the PCC Market throughout the day. Staff had told him not to return, but he said he was going to. Later, the suspect returned and stole a sandwich and a container of soup. He was located a few blocks away.

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