Redmond Lt. Tim Gately chats with Alex Rukhlinskiy, Charlotte Wood and Andy Chow during a neighborhood gathering during National Night Out on Aug. 6. The national campaign raises awareness for safety, and getting to know those who live around you. Ashley Hiruko/staff photo

Redmond Lt. Tim Gately chats with Alex Rukhlinskiy, Charlotte Wood and Andy Chow during a neighborhood gathering during National Night Out on Aug. 6. The national campaign raises awareness for safety, and getting to know those who live around you. Ashley Hiruko/staff photo

A night out with Redmond cops

This year’s annual National Night Out event saw dozens of block parties throughout Redmond.

  • Friday, August 9, 2019 8:30am
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This year in Redmond, more than 50 block parties were held for National Night Out, which was Aug. 6. The goals of the nationwide event include raising awareness for safety and for people to get to know their neighbors.

Redmond Lt. Tim Gately was one of other law enforcement officials making the rounds at the more than 50 neighborhood parties held in Redmond during National Night Out. Ashley Hiruko/staff photo

Redmond Lt. Tim Gately was one of other law enforcement officials making the rounds at the more than 50 neighborhood parties held in Redmond during National Night Out. Ashley Hiruko/staff photo

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