Driver passes out at the wheel | Police blotter

The Redmond police blotter for Nov. 19 through 20.

  • Wednesday, December 12, 2018 4:30pm
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Tuesday, Nov. 20

10:08 a.m. — Arrest: A 50-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of harassment after he verbally threatened a stranger in a dental office on the 16300 block of Northeast 87th Street. The victim told police he had been checking in at reception when the suspect made hostile statements and threatened to kill him. The suspect did not physically harm the victim.

9 a.m — Arrest: Police arrested a 53-year-old male after he was seen shoplifting liquor from a local grocery store on the 17200 block of Redmond Way. Upon investigation officers discovered he also had several active arrest warrants out of other agencies and he was booked into jail.

10 a.m. — Vehicle Prowl: A prowler smashed a car window and stole a backpack that had been left inside the 18500 block of Northeast 59th Court. No information on the suspect was available.

Monday, Nov. 19

7:36 p.m. — Arrest: A witness called 911 after seeing a driver swerve all over the road, come to a stop and then slump over the wheel on the corner of Bear Creek Parkway and Leary Way. The responding officer found the driver asleep at the wheel with the vehicle still in drive. Further investigation led the officer to conclude the driver was most likely not sober and the suspect was taken in for a blood test. The suspect was cited for Driving with a Suspended License and a DUI charge is pending while the blood test is processed.

6 a.m. — Vehicle Prowl: A backpack containing several electronics was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle by an unknown thief on the 9300 block of 166th Place Northeast.




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