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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Sunday, October 13, 2013

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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Narcotics/00 blk S Carmichael- Reporting party called staying a male was walking down
the street yelling with nobody around him. Officer Valdez contacted the subject. The
male was identified and arrested on 7 warrants and had heroin on his person. He went
to jail where he was booked on the warrants and the heroin.
Warrant/3400 blk W 7th Ave- We responded to this address for a verbal disturbance
between the reporting party and a female. The female had warrants so the problem has
been temporarily solved. However a male drove up and is living in a neighboring unit
with his brother. The male has continually knocked on the reporting party's door asking
for stuff. She said she is afraid of him and will call if he continues to bother her.
Theft/4200 blk W Clearwater Ave- Male was shopping at WINCO with his caregiver
when he left his wallet in a basket when he put it in the basket storage. When he
realized it was missing he phoned the store and was told that right after he left two
customers put their basket away then an employee gathered the baskets.
Burglary/5000 blk W Clearwater Ave - Complainant reported a tool box filled with tools
was stolen from the rental garage by pealing back the dilapidated siding and
entering/exiting the unit. No suspects or witnesses.
Assault DV/1200 blk W 10th Ave- Male and his girlfriend got into a fight and he
assaulted her and then broke her phone. He fled and was not located. He has a warrant
and there is PC for this case.
B Squad
Suicide Attempt/500 blk W 16th Ave- Male called the suicide hotline and informed them
that was contemplating suicide. He was contacted at his grandparent's residence. Crisis
Response was contacted. Both the male and Crisis agreed that Jason would go to Crisis
response. He was transported there. 
Domestic/5500 blk W Hildebrand- Cpl Ball and company responded to a possible
physical domestic. Upon arrival both were very slow coming to door. The female
claimed the confrontation was verbal only and had no signs of injury. The male half, a
gang member, refused to admit anything had been going on later admitting to the
argument. No signs of injury.
Domestic/6200 blk W Albany Ct- Officer Ayala and company responded to a report a
male had pushed his wife. Both had no signs of injury and claimed it was verbal only.
No signs of physical disturbance.
Field Arrest/E 5th Ave and S Date- Officer Kiel stopped male for a traffic violation. He is
suspended in the second Degree and had alcohol. The male had some gang attire that
he attempted to hide from Officer Kiel. He was booked at the BCSO Jail for DWLS 2nd
Degree and Minor in Possession of Alcohol.
Malicious Mischief/1200 blk W 10th Ave- Complainant reported that an unknown
suspect sprayed her vehicle with pink spray paint. No video or witnesses.
Accident FTS&ID/00 blk N Quincy- Officer Sneyd saw an orange Nissan pickup over the
curb. The vehicle had been legally parked and was struck by another vehicle, causing it
to jump the curb. There was damage to the rear bumper and driver's side quarter
panel. An extensive areas check was made for the suspect vehicle and it was not
successful either. Report completed and passed to day shift.
Order Violation/100 blk W 21st Ave- Complainant reported that her ex-boyfriend called
her cell phone three times. There is a served order in place. She talked to him once to
find out where he is, but he was evasive, telling her he is using drugs again. He could
not be located and a citation was sent to the CA for mailing.
Olympia Street- 45th Ave. to 52nd Ave. & Roundabout- Phase 1
Olympia Street- 45th Ave. to SR-397- Phase 2
Olympia Street- 27th Ave. to 45th Ave.- Phase 3

Beginning Thursday, October 17th, construction will begin on Phase 1 of the
Olympia Street reconstruction project. Phase 1 consists of a road closure
between 45th Ave. and 52nd Ave. and will prevent through traffic on this
Local traffic will be maintained for residents but no traffic will be
allowed to go through on Olympia Street
so please use the established
detours. A new roundabout at 45th Ave. will be installed concurrent with this part
of the project, so please use alternate routes when possible.
Local trucks should use SR-395 and 27th Avenue for local delivery access. 
If you have any questions please call 585 – 4419. Thank you for your patience
and cooperation.
If you have information pertaining to any of the crimes reported in the
Briefing, contact Kennewick Police at (509) 582-1351 or Tri Cities Crime
Stoppers at (509) 586-8477/ (800) 222-TIPS or
Kennewick Police Crime Prevention prepares the Kennewick Police
For more information contact Kennewick Police Crime Prevention at
(509) 582-1351.

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