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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Friday, October 18, 2013

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Friday, October 18, 2013
 
C-Shift

 
Assault/400 blk S Olympia-
Officers responded to a report of a male subject who had
run into the location with a stab wound. On arrival a 16 year old male was found to
have 2 stab wounds to his torso. He was transported to KGH where he underwent
surgery. Patrol arrested a suspect on Saturday at about noon. He had a large knife on
his person that would be very consistent to weapon used in stabbing. Detectives were
called in to interview the suspect who invoked. He was booked for Assault 1.
 
Theft from Vehicle/300 blk N Fillmore-
Complainant reported that sometime during the
night, an unknown suspect stole her purse and a box of office supplies from her vehicle
that was parked at the location. No leads or suspects.
 
Warrant Arrest/3500 blk W Hood Ave- Officers responded for a loud music complaint.
The renter was contacted and found to have a valid warrant for Possession of Meth.
She was arrested and booked at the BCSO Jail.
 
Warrant Arrest/1500 blk W 4th Ave- While conducting follow up on the stabbing
investigation a male was contacted at the location, his father's residence. He was found
to have a warrant and was taken into custody without incident. He was booked at the
BCSO Jail.
 
DUI Collision/1st & Kellogg- Officers responded for a reported 3 car collision. The
investigation revealed male had stopped and pulled to the side of the road at the
location with a flat tire. His father responded to assist and parked his truck behind him
with flashers on. While at the location a third driver rear ended the truck while
traveling about 35 mph. There was no indication that the driver applied the brakes prior
to the collision. During the investigation the driver was found to be under the influence  5
of prescription medication. Blood was collected with a search warrant and the driver
arrested and booked for DUI. No one was injured during the collision.
 
A-Shift
 
Vehicle Prowl & Assault/1300 blk N Columbia Center Blvd- Officers responded to the
parking lot regarding a possible vehicle prowl in progress. Mall Security received
information that a female was in the parking acting suspicious and trying door handles
on several vehicles. Officers Marquette and Duty contacted a 25 year old female in the
parking lot. She was uncooperative and would not provide any information. She was
detained without incident. Officers confirmed that several documents she had in her
possession were from a vehicle that had been prowled in the parking lot. Prior to being
transported to the jail, she began kicking inside the back of a patrol car. When Officers
attempted to secure her, she kicked them numerous times. She was eventually
transported to Benton County where she was booked for vehicle prowling and assault
3rd.
 
Arson/3900 blk S Palouse Pl- Kennewick Fire responded to a residential structure fire at
1600 hours. After extinguishing the blaze they determined the cause of the fire was
suspicious. Fire Marshal Yaden responded and confirmed the cause was most likely
arson. A-shift secured the scene throughout the night.
 
Harassment DV/5500 blk W Hildebrand Blvd- Officers responded regarding a
male/female verbal disturbance. Officers contacted the female outside of the
apartment. She advised that her boyfriend was intoxicated and making threats to harm
her and burn the apartment down. He was contacted inside the apartment and
detained without incident. He was booked into Benton County for Harassment DV.
 
DUI/200 blk N Williams- Complainant called 911 to report that his girlfriend was
intoxicated and had just run him over. Officers arrived and contacted him and he had
minor abrasions to his shoulder and head. He explained he was trying to stop his
girlfriend from driving, but she drove away knocking him over. Officer Duty located the
girlfriend a block away. She was subsequently arrested for DUI. She was booked into
Benton County after providing a breath sample of .144. The allegation of vehicular
assault could not be substantiated.
 
Auto Theft/1100 blk W 10th Ave- Complainant reported that sometime between 2200
hours and 0330 hours this morning, an unknown person stole her red colored 2000
Chevy Lumina (228ZPX, WA). During the night, her roommate had several friends over.
She suspects one of the friends took the car because her car keys are missing. The
vehicle has been entered as stolen.
 
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Warrant Arrest/400 blk S Olympia St- Detectives contacted a 21 year old male at this
location and arrested him for 2 warrants. Detectives also contacted a 47 year old female
and arrested her for 2 warrants. Both subjects were booked into Benton County Jail.
 
Warrant Arrest/400 blk S Olympia St- Detectives contacted a 9 year old male and
arrested him for two warrants. Detectives also arrested a 26 year old male for a State of
Texas warrant for non-compliance on a Robbery. He is also a gang member. Both were
booked into Benton County Jail. The second male started having medical issues once at
the jail; obvious overdose symptoms. He was transported to KGH by ambulance. Once
stabilized at KGH, he was transported back to the jail.

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