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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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Tuesday, October 15, 2013
 
C-Shift

 
Burglary/3300 blk W Hood- Complainant reported that her residence was broken into
this morning while she was taking her child to school. A window had been broken out to gain entry. Taken from the residence were a couple TV, Xbox 360, and a fire safe that
contained documents. No suspects.

Theft from Vehicle/1500 blk S Ely- Complainant reported that sometime between 10/11
and 10/15, an unknown suspect forced entry into one of his work trucks, after breaking
into the fenced and secured PUD pole yard. The suspect stole 3 Stihl chain saws with
the #1 affixed to them. There are no other identifying marks. No leads or suspects.
 
Warrant/5600 blk W Clearwater Ave- Officers responded for a report of a male and
female arguing about a stolen gun. On arrival, a male was contacted and immediately
began talking about his stolen gun, a black/silver 9mm Tarus which he stated had been
stolen by one of his girlfriends' friends. A record check revealed a valid warrant for his
arrest and he was taken into custody without incident. His girlfriend was questioned
about the gun and stated she had no idea what he was talking about. It is not know if a
gun was stolen and he was not able to provide a serial number, and further stated the
gun was not registered to him.
 
Assault/5900 blk W Clearwater Ave- Officers responded for a reported assault that
occurred in the parking lot. On arrival, Officers were directed to a female student, and a
female who lives across the street from Tri-Tech. The investigation revealed the student
previously dated the resident's brother and there is prior history between them. On this
date, she saw the student walking to her vehicle which she had knowingly parked
directly across from the residence. The two exchanged words and the resident
approached the female student at her vehicle. A verbal altercation occurred and the
female struck the student. As a result of the investigation, she was arrested for Assault
and the female student was arrested for Provoking. JCR's completed on both.
 
Warrant Arrest/700 blk W Entiat- Officers responded for a reported suspicious vehicle
in the area, a gray Chevrolet Van the occupants of which had knocked on the
complainant's door. A male and two females were contacted in the vehicle. The male
stated they were only in the area to drop off a friend. He was found to have a felony
warrant and was arrested.
 
Burglary/00 blk N Kent- Complainant reported at about 1130 hrs she was still in bed
due to not feeling well today. At that time she heard a loud banging on the door, but
when she went to answer the door no one was outside. She stated that since she was
up she went to Starbucks. When she returned at approximately 1200 hrs she noted that
someone entered her unlocked patio door and burglarized her home. Her black Vizio
50" flat screen television, black Xbox 360, Toshiba Satellite laptop and Apple iPod
Shuffle 2 GB had been stolen. No leads of suspects.
 
Suspicious Subject/7000 blk W Canal Dr- Employee reported she arrived at work and
saw a male wearing black pants and a red hoodie walking to the side of the building.
She stated it looked as if the male was touching himself inappropriately. She yelled at
the male and he continued doing whatever it was that he was doing. Other employees
advised that the same male, exhibiting the same type of behavior, has been seen in the
area of the business on a regular basis between the hours of 0630 and 0730.
 
Assault DV/1800 blk W 4th Pl- Officers responded for a physical disturbance during
which a 20 year old male, believed to be Bi Polar, had attempted to strangle his mother
when she attempted to stop an argument the 20 year old and his 16 year old brother.
The argument stemmed from a video game that the boys were playing. It was
determined that he had shoved his mother against the wall by her neck. He was
arrested and booked.
 
Aggravated Assault/600 blk N Tweedt St- Officers responded to this complex for a
report of two males fighting. Upon arrival officers contacted the first male and found
that he had been stabbed in the arm. He reported that he had confronted by another
male about spreading rumors about the suspect. They got into a physical fight and the
second male pulled a knife. The first male reported that he punched the second male in
the head a couple of more times and then was stabbed in the arm. The second male
stated the first male was the aggressor and provided a statement. The knife was
collected as evidence and second male was booked for assault 3rd per the Prosecutor.
The Prosecutor also requested the second male be charged with assault 4th.
 
A-Shift
 
Theft/700 blk S Kansas St- Complainant reported that a ring and necklace had been
stolen out of her jewelry box. She stated that last week she hosted a birthday party for
her grandmother and other family members were in attendance. She believes that her
aunt or cousin is responsible for the theft. Case pending contact with them.
 
Suspicious Person/Canal Dr & Williams St- Officer Duty contacted complainant
regarding a suspicious person call. She reported that over the last month a small red car
has been parking in the area and watching children after they get off the bus. The
vehicle is occupied by a white male in his 30's or 40's. According to her the male has not
attempted to contact any of the children. She further advised she attempted to contact
the male but he quickly drove away. She believes that the vehicle has Florida plates but
she only obtained a partial plate number. Follow up continuing.
 
Warrant Arrest/2200 blk W 12th Ave- Officer Rees contacted female in reference to a
disturbance report. She returned with a misdemeanor warrant and was arrested and
booked.
 
Narcotics/4800 blk W 3rd Ave- Officers responded to the area of 3rd and Arthur for a
report of a suspicious vehicle. The complainant reported seeing a vehicle drive through
the area slowly and then park across from his residence. Officers located the vehicle
and contacted the three occupants. The three males stated they were from Spokane 
and were in Kennewick to visit a family member. The males were detained due to
inconsistencies in their stories. The first male originally provided a false name but was
identified and found to have a warrant out of Spokane for assault 2nd. The other two
were identified. The third male's father was contacted and he responded to the scene.
The father stated that he had been told that the three had been involved in a robbery or
burglary in Spokane a couple days earlier and were possible in possession of pound
quantities of marijuana. Spokane PD was contacted and they confirmed that the three
are suspects in a burglary however they do not have enough to arrest them at this time.
Spokane PD did request that their vehicle be impounded as evidence for their case. The
three were interviewed further and two of them admitted that there was marijuana in
the truck. First male was booked on the warrant and false reporting. The other two
males were released. The Spokane patrol Sgt requested that dayshift contact the
Spokane PD Detective Sgt in the morning to coordinate information. Information
passed on to dayshift and Sgt Maynard.

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