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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Monday, October 7, 2013

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Monday, October 7, 2013

Harassment/Kennewick- Complainant reported receiving harassing text messages from
her former boyfriend. She said she wanted no charges pursued only documented. She
said she will get a protection order.
Theft from Vehicle/600 blk S Kent St- Complainant reported finding his stereo missing
from his vehicle this morning after he parked it in the parking lot. No suspects or
Burglary/100 blk N Ely- Complainant found the door to his business kicked in today.
Nothing appears to be missing. He suspects the transients that hang around the new
shelter close by. No suspects or witnesses.
Stabbing/2000 blk W 24th Ave- Male showed up to KGH with a stab wound to his
abdomen. He said that he and his long-time friend were in the garage and he threw a
knife at a target just as he walked into the flight path. He was hit and the friend took
him to the hospital. In the end it appears their story has credibility. Detectives assisted
as well.
DUI/10th & Fruitland- Officer Davis was on his way to a disturbance when he saw vehicle
driving in the area of 10th and Fruitland driving recklessly. He stopped the
uncooperative driver and ultimately arrested him for DUI. Calls were stacking up and
nobody was clear so Officer Davis requested assistance from WSP who processed the
B Squad
Malicious Mischief/1100 blk N Edison- Officer Harris contacted the reporting party who
advised finding about 500 dollars worth of damage to her vehicle. She believes the
suspect(s) is one of her fellow employees as there has been an ongoing problem at work. She advised her supervisor recommended she not even call the police.
Investigation continuing.

Malicious Mischief/2600 blk W Deschutes- Officer Peterson and company responded to
a report of vandalism just occurred. The reporting party's 1995 Plymouth Neon had all
the windows broken out. The vehicle had been parked on the street at the time of
occurrence. A brown in color 90's vintage Tahoe was seen leaving the area just after
hearing the glass breaking. Responding units stopped several near matches with no
results. No suspects at time of report.
Suspicious Circumstances /8900 blk W Canyon Pl- Complainant advised while upstairs in
her two story single family residence she happened to look outside and witnessed
"someone" run into her residence through an unlocked front door. The RP could hear
the suspect run through the lower floor then exit back out the front door. Responding
officers were unable to find anyone in the area. Nothing missing from the residence.
Malicious Mischief/00 blk S Edison- Officer Ayala contacted the reporting party and
documented graffiti in black spray paint affixed to rear side of a private car port. GAP
Arson/700 blk S Jean Pl- Officer Harris responded to the above location at the request
of KFD. Fire units had responded to a residence under construction on fire. Upon
arrival fire units extinguished a small fire that involved several plastic pipes with minor
damage. While conducting a neighborhood canvass Officer Harris located a witness
advising 3 high school age Hispanic females were seen entering the location then leaving
about 3 minutes later. The suspect's identity unknown at time of report. Linked to

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