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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Thursday, October 10, 2013

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Warrant Arrest/700 blk N Arthur- An Officer familiar with a female saw her walking and
knew she had a local arrest warrant. She was arrested and booked on her warrant
without incident.
Warrant Arrest/10th & Oak- Officers responded to a suspicious person in the park. They
contacted a male who was on his hands and knees digging for worms to go fishing. He
had 7 Felony warrants out of BCSO and was arrested and booked without incident.
Vehicle Prowl/600 blk N Conway Pl- Complainant works for the Port of Kennewick and
reported that his work iPad was taken from inside his vehicle during the night. His
vehicle was parked at his residence and left unlocked.
Fugitive from Justice/600 blk N Arthur St- Male was contacted at this location after an
anonymous report that he was there. He had an extraditable warrant out of Colorado
for Probation Violation. He was booked without incident.
Warrant Service/900 blk S Auburn St-
Male was contacted at KGH after Juvenile
Probation learned he was there and requested PD assistance. He was arrested &
booked on Probation Violation warrant without incident.
Vehicle Prowl/2100 blk W Hood Ave-
Complainant reported that his vehicle was
entered during the night. Taken were his business keys. The business had their locks
changed this morning so the stolen keys no longer work. No suspect.
Lewd Conduct/2800 blk W 10th Ave- Officers responded to a report of two subjects
having sex in a vehicle parked in the parking lot. Officers contacted a male in reference
to the call. He had a felony warrant out of BCSO and was arrested.
Burglary/8500 blk W Gage- Property owner found the back door had been kicked in
during the night. The only thing missing was the money box, which was cabled to a desk. The box is emptied nightly and there was no money in it. There is no evidence to
identify a suspect.

Robbery/3800 blk W 21st Ave- Resident reports that two armed men entered his home
on Monday night and took his medical marijuana. The victim is very non-specific on just
how much marijuana was taken. Suspects were armed with a baseball bat and
handgun. The victim got into a physical fight with one suspect while the other retrieved
the marijuana. No one inside the residence was injured. There is evidence to link
suspects in this case. CAT apprehended two male subjects and both are in custody.
Warrant Arrest/7000 blk W Canal Dr- Officers contacted two subjects who were in a
vehicle that had been called in as suspicious. Both provided false information upon
being contacted and one was in possession of brass knuckles. It did not take long to
obtain correct identities and confirm multiple warrants. Both booked on their warrants.
Additional false reporting and weapon possession charges were added.
Warrant Service/400 blk S Quay Pl- Officer Rees contacted a female at her residence
and arrested her on an outstanding warrant out of Richland PD.
Vehicle Prowl/00 blk N Olympia St- Complainant reported to Officer Rees that her
vehicle had been prowled sometime between 10/9/13 and today. The suspect broke
the lock on the driver door and damaged the hood. The suspect stole prescription
medication which had been left in the vehicle. Some of the prescriptions included
Oxycodone and 7-8 fentynal patches.
Narcotics/1100 blk E 6th Ave- Officer Kuenhy responded to the area in reference to a
group of juveniles pointing a laser pointer at passing vehicles. Officer Kuehny contacted
the group and found that one male was in possession of marijuana and a second male
was in possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and alcohol. They were cited and all
the juveniles were released to the custody of their parents.
DUI/700 blk N Louisiana Pl- Officers responded to a report of a disturbance in the
street. The reporting party advised that a Jeep had arrived, knocked over trash cans and
drove across a lawn. As the suspect vehicle was leaving as officers arrived and stopped
it. The male driver was found to be DUI and was arrested. BAC .172/.163. There was
no damage located at the scene.
Order Violation/100 blk W 21st Ave- Officer Kuehny contacted the complainant in
reference to an order violation. She reported that her ex-boyfriend has been "liking"
her comments on Facebook. He also sent her a message today via Facebook in violation
of a court order. Officer Kuehny checked the last known location for the suspect but did not locate him. He currently has 4 outstanding warrants. Case forwarded to CA for

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