Man breaks into neighbor’s home, threatens to kill them then leaves | Kirkland police blotter for Aug. 10-17

  • Tuesday, August 22, 2017 11:30am
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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, Aug. 17

Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act: Two suspects were contacted by police in their car parked outside of the Rose Hill Walgreens. Tin foil containing heroin and a meth pipe were in open view on the floor boards of the suspect’s vehicle. The suspect on the driver’s side was arrested for possession of meth and heroin with intent to sell.

Wednesday, Aug. 16

Burglary/Malicious Mischief/Threats to Kill: A 67-year-old suspect broke into his neighbor’s home through an unsecured sliding door and stood at the foot of the neighbor’s bed with a knife threatening to kill the neighbor and his dog. The suspect then exited the home on the 9500 block of Northeast 120th St. and walked around the complex yelling at homeowners before leaving in his vehicle. The suspect was arrested after he returned.

Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act: Officers were contacting a suspect who had warrant for arrest and was in a car with two others on the 10200 block of Northeast 134th Lane. After confirming the warrant with dispatch the officers arrested the suspect and one of the others in the car asked if they were free to go. Officers confirmed this and as they were leaving one officer spotted a heroin pipe in their pocket. Officers then arrested the second suspect for possessing drug paraphernalia.

Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act: An officer contacted a suspect who had a misdemeanor warrant and upon search had a baggy of methamphetamine and a needle.

Tuesday, Aug. 15

Warrant Arrest: An unnamed man approached an officer and asked about how the department “tricks out” their vehicles. The man was the arrested for two outstanding DUI warrants.

Monday, Aug. 14

Shoplifting: An unnamed suspect attempted to steal two alcohol bottles from the Juanita Safeway before he was stopped by loss prevention. The suspect was cited and released.

Sunday, Aug. 13

DUI: An unnamed suspect was arrested on the 13800 block of 100th Ave. Northeast for a DUI on their way home from their engagement party at a bar in Seattle.

Saturday, Aug. 12

Shoplifting: An unnamed suspect was arrested after attempting to steal more than $400 worth of liquor from the Juanita Safeway. The suspect was booked and released without incident.

Assault/Domestic Violence: An unnamed man was upset at his girlfriend for making microwave lasagna for dinner and assaulted her. The man was taken into custody.

Friday, Aug. 11

Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act: An unnamed suspect was caught shoplifting at the Juanita Safeway and was subsequently arrested for a warrant. Officers found small baggies of heroin and methamphetamine upon searching the suspect.

Thursday, Aug. 10

Theft/Fraud: An unnamed suspect was arrested at Carillon Point after using stolen debit card information to reserve jet skis. The suspect reserved the jet skis for him and his friends and used a fake name while the victim noticed the reservation on her card and alerted police.

Shoplifting: An unnamed suspect attempted to steal $1194.75 worth of merchandise from the Juanita Safeway before loss prevention noticed him leaving with a full hand cart while making no attempt to pay. The suspect was arrested.

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