Officers arrest belligerent bar patron for refusing to pay tab | Police Blotter for Oct. 10-16

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Monday, Oct. 16

ID theft: Redmond police took an ID theft report at 9:43 a.m. in the 7800 block of 170th Place Northeast. A woman reported an unknown person has been claiming her identity while committing criminal acts in Lynnwood. The victim told police her driver’s license was stolen in Everett in December and criminal charges have shown up that she did not commit. The cases against her name have since been dismissed because her ID was used by another person.

Sunday, Oct. 15

Trespassing: Redmond police took a criminal-trespassing report at 7:09 p.m. in the 15000 block of Northeast 24th Street. Police arrested a male who was on private property he had been trespassed from two weeks earlier. The manager of the store reported the suspect was repeatedly disobeying orders to stay off the property and requested an arrest.

Saturday, Oct. 14

Assault: Redmond police took an assault report at 1:55 p.m. in the 17700 block of Northeast 76th Street. Officers responded to reports of an assault in the Home Depot parking lot. The victim told police he had been punched several times in the face by a man known to him. Officers tracked down the suspect’s residence, arrested him on suspicion of assault and booked him into jail.

Friday, Oct. 13

DUI: Redmond police took a DUI report at 11:16 p.m. in the 10600 block of Red-Wood Road. Officers arrested a 37-year-old male on suspicion of driving under the influence after he crashed his vehicle onto a sidewalk after leaving a local restaurant. The suspect did not suffer serious injuries and no other people or vehicles were involved in the crash. Officers took the victim to the hospital to check for injuries before booking him into jail.

Thursday, Oct. 12

Assault: Redmond police took an assault report at 12:43 p.m. in the 10700 block of Willows Road. Officers were called to assist teachers at a local school after an 11-year-old boy kicked one teacher in the face and punched another in the nose. The altercation occurred after the juvenile had kicked equipment in a classroom and aggressively brandished a pencil at staff. Emergency responders took the juvenile to a local hospital for care and mental evaluation.

Wednesday, Oct. 11

Drug offense: Redmond police took a drug-offense report at 6:39 p.m. at the intersection of Northeast 90th Street and 164th Avenue Northeast. Officers responded to reports of a vehicle stopped in the middle of Northeast 90th Street with a sleeping driver slumped over the wheel of the car. A Redmond Fire Department unit arrived first on the scene and reported the vehicle was still running and the driver’s foot was on the brake pedal. Upon investigating, police suspected the 69-year-old male had been driving under the influence and arrested him.

Tuesday, Oct. 10

Theft: Redmond police took a theft report at 7:23 p.m. in the 7800 block of Leary Way. Police were called to a local bar after a seemingly intoxicated man had refused to pay his $15 bar tab, ripped up the bill and threw items about the bar. Upon arrival, officers found the suspect to be yelling profanities and causing a large disturbance in front of other patrons. The belligerent recusant continued to ignore requests to pay his bill and was arrested for third-degree theft.

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