Suspects steal wine, tequila, police recover tequila | Police blotter

The Kirkland police blotter for Oct. 18 through 23.

  • Tuesday, November 6, 2018 1:30pm
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Tuesday, Oct. 23

Theft: Two suspects were arrested for theft in the third degree after stealing multiple bottles of liquor from the Park Place QFC. They were both contacted near the transit center; police recovered one bottle and both suspects were positively identified by a witness.

Sunday, Oct. 21

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI after he was observed making several lane violations. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests.

Friday, Oct. 19

DUI: A female suspect was arrested for DUI after performing poorly on field sobriety tests on the 12500 block of 100th Avenue Northeast.

Trespass: A suspect was arrested for trespass and resisting arrest after being found camping behind the Office Max.

DUI: Officers stopped a vehicle after it cut across a lane of traffic to make a left turn, displaying expired tabs and driving through a stop sign without stopping. There was a juvenile passenger in the car and the suspect displayed numerous signs of impairment. He was arrested for DUI.

Theft: Two suspects were arrested after witnesses saw them attempt to steal copper wire from a local business on the 11000 block of 118th Place Northeast. One suspect was previously arrested and had a warrant for the same crime, stealing copper wire. The other suspect was also arrested for an additional charge of VUCSA heroin possession.

Thursday, Oct. 18

DUI: A male suspect was arrested for his second DUI within 10 years on the 10300 block of 124th Avenue Northeast.

Indecent Exposure: A male suspect urinated into a trash can at the Kirkland Transit Center and therefor exposed his genitals to a group of people.

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