Man arrested for stealing $607 worth of razors from Safeway | Police blotter for Oct. 12-19

Man arrested for stealing $607 worth of razors from Safeway | Police blotter for Oct. 12-19

  • Monday, October 23, 2017 3:39pm
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The blotter feature is a description of a small selection of police incidents and calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Kirkland Reporter police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kirkland.

Thursday, Oct. 19

Traffic offense: A 23-year-old man in the 12000 block of 120th Pl. N.E. was seen driving with a suspended license and arrested.

Wednesday, Oct. 18

Theft: A 22-year-old man was cited and released from the Kingsgate Safeway in the 14400 block of 124th Ave. N.E. after he was caught shoplifting $607.75 worth of razors. Safeway’s loss prevention department also trespassed him.

Trespass: At 5:01 p.m., a 40-year-old woman was advised of a trespass order after she deposited her belongings in front of an apartment building in the 12700 block of N.E. 118th St. where a 30-year-old woman, who she did not know, lived. The suspect refused to leave and was arrested. She was transported and booked into SCORE, where she was uncooperative with staff and was taken to the ground during the booking process. The suspect was trespassed from the apartment property for one year.

Assault: At 7:22 a.m., a 22-year-old woman in the 12600 block of N.E. 124th St. reported her car stolen after her 24-year-old boyfriend had assaulted her and took the vehicle they share. The boyfriend was waiting for police with the vehicle in the parking lot adjacent to the apartment complex. He was arrested for fourth-degree assault domestic violence.

DUI: At 12:22 a.m., a 23-year-old woman crashed her vehicle into a Puget Sound Energy box in the 1900 block of Market Street. A standardized field sobriety test and was arrested for driving under the influence. She provided breath samples in jail that she had a blood-alcohol content of 0.191 and 0.190.

Saturday, Oct. 14

DUI: At 9:12 p.m., a 57-year-old man was arrested in the 7300 block of 116th Ave. N.E. for driving under the influence after he was found attempting to drive away in his vehicle. His vehicle had previously been in a collision at an unknown location and was heavily damaged. The suspect performed poorly on a standardized field sobriety test and the preliminary breath test showed she had a blood-alcohol content of 0.182.

Warrant arrest: At 2:06 p.m., a 22-year-old man was arrested in the 1800 block of 3rd Street for a second-degree trespassing warrant out of Des Moines. The suspect was transported to SCORE.

Domestic violence: At 7:56 a.m., a 20-year-old man was arrested for fourth-degree domestic violence after he shoved his girlfriend into a wall by her neck and left her residence, in the 12600 block of N.E. 124th St., with some of her property. The girlfriend did not require medical attention and refused further cooperation, stating she only wanted assistance getting her property back.

Thursday, Oct. 12

Order violation: A 52-year-old homeless man was arrested at 11:45 a.m. in the 11500 block of N.E. 112th St. for three violations of a domestic violence no-contact/protection order.


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