Tucker at large: Pet owner tickets after dog runs amuck | Police Blotter

Police blotter for April 4-7.

  • Tuesday, April 30, 2019 10:57am
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April 4

Stolen plates: At 1:29 a.m. in the 12000 block of Northeast 128th Street, the Redmond Police Department located Kirkland stolen car plates. The Kirkland vehicle was still outstanding as stolen.

Disruptive: At 1:51 p.m. in the 12000 block of Northeast 85th Street, a person was verbal with staff at an office, attempting to get his documents back. The person was refusing to leave the office and someone else started yelling at the subject, telling him to leave.

Cash grab: At 3:12 p.m. in the 200 block of Parkplace Center, a suspect was arrested for theft in the third degree after being observed by QFC loss prevention stealing money from the registers. The suspect was caught via security cameras. The suspect was a QFC employee.

Injured pup: At 4:04 p.m. in the 12000 block of 100th Avenue Northeast, a husky was laying on a lawn with a leash that appeared to be in distress. The right leg was shaved but there was no noticeable injury. The owner arrived and said the dog had cancer and possibly broke her leg going through the dog door. The officer transported the dog to her Seattle Veterinary Specialist.

April 5

Vehicle prowl: At 8:03 a.m. in the 11400 block of Northeast 132nd Street, an unlocked Honda Civic was prowled sometime overnight. Someone took a backpack containing a laptop computer and a Tag Bluetooth tracker. There was no damage to the car. The victim also gave officers a reddish brown hair, one he stated did not belong to him or his girlfriend.

Tucker at large: At 10:20 a.m. in the 12100 block of Northeast 144th Street, a golden retriever named Tucker dug under the neighbor’s fence and ran around in their garden. This is the second time Tucker has been at large. The dog’s owners were contacted and will receive a ticket in the mail.

Library fight: At 1:48 p.m. in the 300 block of Kirkland Avenue, two people in the back room of the library were arguing with each other and were asked by staff to leave. One subject refused, despite being asked by an employee and manager.

Phone harassment: At 3:49 p.m. in the 5400 block of 111th Lane Northeast, a person received a phone call from a private number who said they were calling from the University of Chicago. They chatted about business things for a while and the victim provided the caller with her work email address. The victim attempted to end the call, but the subject became verbally aggressive. The subject told the victim she deserved to be raped.

April 7

Assault: At 1:46 a.m. in the 100 block of Kirkland Avenue, a subject reported that he was punched in the face outside of Central Club. He has a large black eye but could not provide a description of the suspect. He was cleared by the fire department and took an Uber home. No other citizens on scene said they saw the assault. There are no suspects at this time.

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