KPD Daily Briefing: Friday, September 13, 2013Posted: Updated:
Friday, September 13, 2013
Malicious Mischief DV/2100 blk N Steptoe- Female got a restraining order on her 18
year old son who has been using meth and acting very belligerent. On 9/10/2013 he
broke a window out of her house after getting in an argument earlierin the day. Today
he was acting out again throwing rocks at her house and he threw his backpack on the
roof while saying he was going to shoot himself. We arrested him on the previous
malicious mischief and advised Crisis.
Theft from Vehicle/2000 blkW 1stAve- Complainant left his wallet in his friend's car
over night. The next morning the wallet with his ID was gone. No suspects or
Theft from Vehicle/600 blk N Columbia Center Blvd- Complainant reported that while
staying at the Motel, she left her suitcase in the back of her truck with a tarp over it.
She found it missing this morning. No suspects or witnesses.
Order Violation/1000 blk W 10thAve- Male has been staying with his girlfriend against
an order with her as the petitioner. Today he got into an argument with her daughter's
boyfriend and lightly head butted him – no injuries. He went to jail for order violation
and assault 4 per PA.
Malicious Mischief/1200 blk W 21st Ave- Complainant reported that his vehicle was
keyed again. His 50 year old brothe is the suspect and has done this in the recent past.
There are however no witnesses.
Burglary Attempt/100 blk W 1stAve-Reporting party found their main door lock
tampered with this morning. No entry was made but the lock wouldn't work. No
suspects or witnesses.
Malicious Mischief/1100 blk W 5thAve- Complainant reported that the vehicle his wife
drives was dented and sprayed with gold spray paint. He believes it may have been
done by one of two roommatesthat they recently kicked out. There were no witnesses
that saw the suspects commit the crime.
Wanted Person/400 blk N Arthur- Pasco PD SCU received information on the location of
a wanted subject. We assisted them with attempting contact at the address. He was
not there, but his mother, was arrested on several warrants.
Wanted Person/Volland & John Day- CAT recognized a wanted gang member walking in
the area. He was contacted and booked him into jail on a DOC warrant.