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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Monday, October 14, 2013

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Monday, October 14, 2013

Vehicle Theft/1000 blk W 4th- Complainant reported that sometime during the night,
her white, 2004 Chevy Trailblazer, WA License plate 789VMK was stolen. The vehicle
was last seen in the parking lot at about 2200hrs. No leads or suspects. Vehicle entered
in ACCESS as stolen.
Vehicle Theft/400 blk W 11th-
Complainant reported that sometime during the night his
white, 2004 GMC Sierra pickup truck, WA B81525R was stolen. He stated he parked the
vehicle on the street at about. 1930hrs. No leads or suspects. Vehicle entered in
ACCESS as stolen.
Warrant Arrest/1200 blk Canyon Lakes Dr- Male known to have a valid warrant was
contacted at the location and arrested without incident.
Vehicle Theft/00 blk N Edison St- Complainant reported that his car had been stolen
during the night. The car is a lowered white 1993 Honda Civic Coupe with purple and
green stripes on the side. The vehicle has 15" GSR Blade rims (License # 930ZYU). No
suspects. Car entered as stolen.
Warrant Arrest/Kennewick & Quincy- Female was contacted in a vehicle where the
driver was arrested for DWLS. She is the registered owner of the stopped vehicle and
she returned with multiple local felony warrants. She was booked without incident.
Weapons/400 blk S Tweedt- 12 & 13 year old students brought a folding blade knife to
school. The students were seen playing the knife at school. School requested police
assistance due to the weapon violation of school rules. Interviews showed that the
students knowingly brought the knife to school. School handled their administrative
procedures for the weapons violation. Case report sent to Juvenile Prosecutor for
review. No threats were made by those involved.
Suicidal/Cable Bridge- Officers responded to a report of a suicidal male on the bridge
preparing to jump. Officer Santoy was the first arriving unit and contacted the male
who was on the water side of the railing on the bridge. Officer Santoy convinced him to
come back over the railing. The male was taken to KGH for medical clearance and Crisis
Response evaluation.
Warrant Arrest/John Day Ave & Johnson St- Officer Duty responded to this area for a
report of a female acting strange and knocking on doors in the neighborhood. Officer
Duty located the female and found she had 4 outstanding warrants. She was arrested
and booked.
Assault/600blk S Harrison St- Officer Todd responded to this residence for a
disturbance in progress which involved a knife. Upon arrival officers contacted a male
and female. They reported that they were inside the residence when the suspect began
arguing with his mother. The male attempted to intervene and the suspect came
toward him in an aggressive manner. His mother stepped between the two in an
attempt to intervene. The son pulled out a pocket knife and threatened to stab and kill
the male. When the suspect realized the police had been called he fled the area with his
girlfriend in a vehicle. An ATL was issued and the case has been forwarded to the BCPA
for charging.
Theft/1100 blk W 10th Ave- Cpl Newton contacted a male in reference to a theft of his
cell phone and computer. On Saturday he had a party at his residence and a number of
people spent the night. The next day he discovered that his cell phone and computer
were missing. Witnesses advised that they had observed a male pick up the items from
his bedroom. Cpl Newton is attempting to locate and interview the suspect in reference
to the theft.
Order Violation/100 blk W 21st Ave- Officer Kuehny contacted a female in reference to
an order violation. She reported that she was driving in the area 2900 blk W Kennewick
Ave when she saw her ex-boyfriend walking. He saw her and then texted her in
violation of the court order. She waited a few hours to call in the report. She believes
that he may be staying at the Highlander apartments. He has 4 felony warrants and 3
pending order violation cases.

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