Man uninjured after being knocked back by unknown driver | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 19-21.

  • Friday, October 11, 2019 8:30am
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Sept. 19

Dog troubles: At 10:44 a.m. in the 10900 block of Northeast 117th Place, a caller reported that her neighbors were harassing her by having their dog run into the yard off-leash to retrieve things they throw as she walks by. She said the dog has entered her yard. The neighbor denies the dog runs around the cul-de-sac. She only runs out to retrieve the Kirkland Reporter from the driveway.

Sept. 20

Blog posts: At 1:17 p.m. in the 12100 block of 10th Avenue Northeast, it was reported that a previous applicant has been posting negative comments about a woman, her family and company on his personal blog page. The caller is seeking legal counsel.

Not-so-sweet sugar daddy: At 9:05 p.m. in the 13000 block of 102nd Lane Northeast, a victim reported she sent gift cards to a person she met on The person threatened her family by saying he knew where they lived. She sent $10,000 over four transactions.

Hit by car: At 9:09 p.m. in the 14000 block of 124th Avenue Northeast, a person was struck by a truck and an unknown driver near the Kingsgate Safeway gas pumps. The victim was knocked back but felt no pain and had no physical signs of injury.

Donut time: At 11:10 p.m. in the 8100 block of Northeast 138th Street, an unknown Toyota Tacoma was in Big Finn Hill Park doing donuts. They left “obvious” damage to the field and park.

You cannot have this dance: At 11:57 p.m. in the 100 block of Central Way, there was a dispute over a man dancing with another man’s girlfriend. Someone’s head was punched and a was shirt ripped. The bouncer kicked the reporting person out.

Sept. 21

Sushi sorrows: At 6:54 a.m. in the 12500 block of Northeast 85th Street, a staff member at a business was pushed in the chest by an unknown man. The employee confronted the man for eating a piece of sushi and throwing the box away without paying.

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