Man forgets about drugs in pocket while reporting to court | Police Blotter

Police blotter for April 1-6.

  • Thursday, April 18, 2019 8:30am
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April 1

Rocky arrest: At 8 a.m. at 166th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 80th Street, a 24-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of throwing rocks at multiple cars as they drove past. Two drivers called 911 and reported their cars had been damaged. They provided descriptions of the suspect. Officers found the suspect still throwing rocks when they arrived. The suspect also had an active warrant and was booked into jail.

Burglary: At 3:15 a.m. in the 18000 block of Northeast 101st Court, officers investigated both a burglary and car prowl that was committed overnight by an unidentified suspect. A garage door was left open and the suspect entered the building and rifled through two parked cars and stole golf equipment. Evidence gathered by officers is being processed.

April 2

Hit-and-run: At 1:49 p.m. in the 17900 block of Redmond Way, police arrested a female, 27, suspected of a hit-and-run in a grocery store parking lot. The victim told police the suspect hit her car, said they didn’t have insurance and then fled the scene. Criminal driver’s license violation charges are pending.

Employee theft: At 5:37 p.m. in the 17700 block of Northeast 76th Street, a local department store employee was arrested on suspicion of stealing more than $4,000 from the register over the last three months. The investigation remains ongoing.

Fraud: At 9:10 a.m. in the 100 block of Northeast 87th Street, a caller posing as a Chase bank representative convinced the victim to give them her personal information over the phone. Police advised the victim to contact her banks, credit bureaus and the Social Security Administration to prevent identity theft.

April 3

Court arrest: At 2:45 p.m. at King County District Court, a 30-year-old male had apparently forgotten about the large bag of illegal drugs in his pocket while he was reporting to a Redmond community court hearing. All court attendees are subject to a search before entering. The suspect was arrested for suspicion of possessing meth and heroin. Felony drug charges are pending.

April 4

Disorderly conduct: At 6:16 p.m at the Redmond Town Center, a belligerent, barefoot male was arrested after causing a disturbance. The 26-year-old man attacked a Kia in the shopping center parking garage and then took his disturbance upstairs to a restaurant. There, he allegedly grabbed a customer by the throat and smashed a glass on the floor. Officers arrived and eventually subdued the suspect and took him into custody. The man was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct, assault, obstructing, resisting arrest and malicious mischief.

Grand theft auto: At 9:30 a.m. in the 14800 block of Redmond Way, a man reported his Subaru had been stolen sometime overnight. The victim told police he had a spare key left inside the car. No suspect has been identified.

April 5

Burglary: At 10:40 p.m. in the 16500 block of Northeast 92nd Street, a man arrived home and found his front door had been pried open. Officers did not find the suspect still in the home and the victim reported it did not appear anything was missing. The burglar’s identity is unknown.

Cannabis shop break-in: At 1:45 a.m. in the 8200 block of Avondale Way Northeast, thieves smashed through a glass front door of a local cannabis shop. The unknown suspects shattered a glass display case and stole merchandise. The investigation remains ongoing.

April 6

47K stolen: At 12 a.m. in the 11000 block of 166th Place Northeast, police took a report of a man who discovered $47,000 had been transferred from his bank account into another of an unknown subject. The investigation continues.


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