Drunk driver takes a nap in drive-thru | Kirkland Police Blotter

That and more incident reports from the Kirkland Police Department between the dates of May 28 and June 3.

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Between Wednesday, May 28, and Tuesday, June 3, the Kirkland Police Department reported 274 traffic violations, 24 alarm calls, 21 car accidents, 18 noise complaints, 17 thefts, 16 assaults (10 domestic violence) and 10 vehicle prowls. At least 56 people were arrested.

Wednesday, May 28

12:37 p.m. A school official on the 10600 block of N.E. 132nd St. reported a 16-year-old runaway in her office. The juvenile’s name was listed on a Sheriff’s runaway bulletin.

5:00 p.m. The manager of a business on the 200 block of Parkplace Center said an employee was stealing alcoholic beverages. A male juvenile, 17, was arrested for shoplifting.

Thursday, May 29

1:45 a.m. Police arrested a 22-year-old man from Seattle and a 21-year-old Bellevue man for assault at a bar on the 100 block of Kirkland Avenue. The business was also cited for fighting.

10:10 p.m. A male resident was arrested for public urination after he was seen fouling the side of a building on the 12600 block of 124th Lane N.E.

Friday, May 30

3:44 a.m. A 22-year-old man was arrested for DUI on the 12400 block of 116th Ave. N.E. He was found sleeping behind the wheel of a running car in a restaurant drive-thru. Police determined his blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit.

Monday, June 2

12:38 p.m. A resident on the 800 block of 9th Ave. S. reported an older man was opening mailboxes along Eighth Street South.

Tuesday, June 3

11:41 p.m. A 33-year-old Seattle man attempted to forge a prescription for narcotics on the 12400 block of 85th St. The suspect and a Bellevue man, 25, were later arrested on narcotics violations.


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