Police Blotter

Between Wednesday, Aug. 13 and Tuesday, Aug. 19, the Kirkland Police Department reported 274 traffic violations, 26 noise complaints, 23 thefts, 20 car accidents, 20 alarm calls, 16 vehicle prowls and 14 assaults. At least 58 people were arrested.

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Between Wednesday, Aug. 13 and Tuesday, Aug. 19, the Kirkland Police Department reported 274 traffic violations, 26 noise complaints, 23 thefts, 20 car accidents, 20 alarm calls, 16 vehicle prowls and 14 assaults. At least 58 people were arrested.

Saturday, Aug. 16

Disturbance: 11:15 p.m., 200 block of Third Street. Responding to a fight at the Kirkland Transit Center, police arrested a 23-year-old Ellensburg man and a 20-year-old Renton man on outstanding warrants.

Sunday, Aug. 17

Graffiti: 1:19 p.m., 500 block of 13th Avenue. A police investigation identified spray-paint cans on private property linked to a graffiti vandalism incident. A 16-year-old male juvenile was cited for two counts of malicious mischief and released to his parents.

Trespassing: 4:22 p.m., 6600 block of 132nd Ave. Northeast. A 44-year-old resident was stopped in a Red Apple Market store after employees recognized the man as a known shoplifter. The business has a trespassing court order against the individual.

Welfare: 9:04 p.m., 12100 block of 108th Street. A heavily intoxicated relative of a 50-year-old resident contacted police concerning an arrest warrant. The suspect was arrested on an outstanding warrant for DUI and both men registered over .3 on a portable breathalyzer test.

Tuesday, Aug. 19

DUI: 2:30 a.m., 500 block of Central Way. A 21-year-old Seattle resident was stopped for a traffic violation and was subsequently arrested.

Motor Vehicle Prowl: 10:30 p.m., 12200 block of N.E. 130th Way. A 26-year-old Seattle reported his 2001 Honda Civic was entered through the driver’s side window, which was smashed. He claimed the car stereo and his wallet containing a number of credit cards had been stolen from the vehicle. No value for the losses was given.

Between Wednesday, August 20, and Tuesday, August 26, the Kirkland Police Department reported 304 traffic violations, 31 vehicle prowls, 28 car accidents, 24 thefts, 18 alarm calls, 11 assaults and nine DUIs. At least 55 people were arrested.

Wednesday, Aug. 20

Suspicious Circumstances: 12:37 p.m., 12000 block of 120th Pl. Northeast. A man was inhaling fumes from a canister. The 25-year-old resident was taken into custody, booked and released.

Friday, Aug. 22

Sex Assault: 3:00 a.m., 10100 block of 120th Street. A patient of a medical care facility alleged employees had touched her inappropriately during changing times.

DUI: 3:22 a.m., 100 block Kirkland Avenue. Police contacted an intoxicated 35-year-old Bothell man in an alleyway. He was arrested and his vehicle impounded.

Sunday, Aug. 24

Minor, Liquor Violation: 1:00 a.m., 13000 block of N.E. 70th Place. Two intoxicated minors were discovered drinking in the parking lot of Tech City Bowling.


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