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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Saturday, October 19, 2013

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Saturday, October 19, 2013
 
C-Shift
 
Warrant Arrest/5500 blk W Hildebrand- Officer Littrell to the location regarding a female
having two valid warrants for her arrest. She was contacted and taken into custody without
incident. She was booked at the BCSO Jail.
 
Theft/1300 blk N Grant St- Complainant reported he was working put and left his property in
one of the lockers, not secured. When he returned to his locker after working out his wallet was
gone. He advised in addition to his WA state driver`s license and his bank cards, his work ID and
access card was also stolen. No leads or suspects.
 
Malicious Mischief/3500 blk W Hood Ave- Officers responded to the area of KFD Station 62
regarding a physical disturbance between several males. Officers arrived and located a very
intoxicated and uncooperative 19 year old male in the parking lot at 500 N Morain. He was
walking down the street picking fights with people. He used his hands to smash the back
window of a passing vehicle. He was taken into custody and transported to KGH to be medically
cleared for a cut hand and high BAC. He was booked into Benton County for Assault 4th,
MIP/MIC, and Malicious Mischief.
 
A-Shift
 
Theft Shoplift/2800 blk W 10th Ave- Corporal Jackson noticed a female set off the alarm while
leaving the business. The female was seen walking around the parking lot, looking for the
vehicle she came in. Officers arrived just as the vehicle was getting ready to leave. The following
were contacted: Brandie L. Gore (07/28/95), Amanda L. Patton (07/31/91), Brian K. Beaty
(07/28/88) and Cory A. Doepker (04/11/84). An investigation revealed that one female stole a
pair of slippers, but was contacted by LP prior to leaving the store. The second female also was
found to have taken numerous articles of clothing, but did not get caught by LP. Both males and
one of the females had warrants for their arrest and were booked into Benton County. Both
females were booked for shoplifting. The vehicle was towed as evidence. A search warrant will
be completed to recover the stolen merchandise. All four are from Walla Walla.  7
 
Assault 4th/200 blk N Dennis St- Officers responded to a disturbance in progress. A 29 year old
male had been in a verbal argument with a female while inside the bar. Staff inside the bar told
him he was no longer welcome, at which time he shoved an employee. The suspect left in a
vehicle and was stopped a few blocks away. He was trespassed from the tavern. Report
forwarded to CA's office to review charge of assault.
 
Assault 4th DV/2100 blk S Olympia St- Officers responded regarding a disturbance in progress.
Officer contacted a 33 year old male and 27 year old female at the home. The female stated
that she had been in a verbal argument with her boyfriend. During the argument, he struck her
in the face and pulled her hair. He was highly intoxicated and admitted to striking her. He was
booked at Benton County for Assault 4th DV. No orders were issued, per on-call judge.
 
Assault 4th/900 blk N Cleveland St- Officers Marquette and Rees responded regarding a
disturbance that had just occurred. Prior to officer arrival, the suspect, a 24 year old male, had
fled the area in his vehicle. An investigation determined that he had been staying in apartment.
He outstayed his welcome and was asked to leave. He gathered his things and left, but had
some vulgar things to stay to everyone as he left. This angered one of the apartment residents
who stood up to him. The suspect struck the male in face one time, and then fled once
someone said the police were on the way. Officers were unable to locate him at the time.
Officer Valdez located the above mentioned vehicle parked at 1st
 and Washington. He watched
as the suspect got into the vehicle and drove off, heading westbound on 1st
 Avenue. At least
two other subjects were in the car as well. Officer Valdez initiated a traffic stop; however the
suspect failed to stop. Officers lost sight of him near Kennewick Avenue and Vista Way.
Witnesses pointed out the vehicle, which had been dumped in the alley on Vista Way. The area
was searched for the suspect and his passengers, however they were not located. The vehicle
was towed. Report has been sent to the PA's Office to review for Eluding.
 
Noise Violation/00 blk N Jefferson St- Officers responded to this location at 0400 hours
regarding loud music. The reporting party stated that he has called on this address numerous
times. Dispatch confirmed several complaints on this address. Loud music could be heard more
than a block away. Officers contacted the intoxicated homeowner who was cooperative. He
was cited and released for the noise violation.
 
CAT
 
Warrant Arrest/Canal & Quinault- Detectives stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction, and
recognized the front seat passenger. Detectives knew he had nine warrants for his arrest. He
was booked into Benton County Jail.

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