Victim catches car prowler red-handed | Police blotter

The Kirkland police blotter for Aug. 2 through 6.

  • Wednesday, August 22, 2018 10:30am
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Monday, Aug. 6

Trespass: A suspect was arrested for criminal trespass after she was located inside the Juanita QFC. The suspect had been taunting store employees and approaching other customers after she had been issued a one-year trespass warning letter for the store in January.Sunday, Aug. 5

Vehicle Prowling: A reporting party interrupted a subject prowling his car on the 13600 block of NE 129th St. The suspect was flustered and dropped a wallet out of his hands as they fled on foot to a nearby getaway car.

Assault: A patient at Fairfax Hospital was arrested and booked into King County Jail after assaulting multiple staff members. Saturday, Aug. 4

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI after colliding to a parked vehicle, admitting to consumption of alcohol and obvious odors of alcohol on her breath at the 1900 block of 3rd St. Friday, Aug. 3

DUI: A suspect was speeding at 58 mph on north bound 124th Ave. NE. After he was pulled over, the officer arrested him for DUI.

Thursday, Aug. 2

VUCSA: A suspect was contacted passed out in his car outside of Sluggers. Upon contact, the officer observed a pipe, tin foil and plastic baggie of Heroin in his lap. The suspect was subsequently arrest and transferred to Bellevue Police after a warrant was confirmed.

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