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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Sunday, October 20, 2013

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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Graffiti /1000 and 1100 blk S Highland Dr- Blue graffiti sprayed in paint o the garage doors of the residences. GAP contacted for clean up, no leads or suspects.

Vehicle Prowl/7500 blk W. Deschutes Pl- Windows were found broken out of 3 work trucks.
The contents of the trucks were rummaged through, but it appeared that nothing, to include
high dollar tools was taken.
Vehicle Prowl/7500 blk W Deschutes Pl- Utility trailer was entered and contents rummaged
through. Owner was out of town at the time of contact, not know if any items were stolen. No
Theft from Vehicle/1700 blk W 39th-
Complainant reported an unknown suspect entered his
unlocked vehicle and stole a 10" Alpine Sub Woofer and a black back pack containing school
supplies. No leads or suspects.
Vehicle Prowl/6000 blkl W Deschutes- Complainant reported that an unknown suspect broke
out the passenger side window of a work van parked at the location. The contents of the truck
were rummaged through but it did not appear as if anything was missing.
Warrant Arrest/10th & Ely- Officer Sullivan observed a female lying in the roadway causing
traffic to back up. Upon contact, he learned that the female had been in a verbal argument with
her boyfriend. A record check revealed she had a warrant for her arrest. She was taken into
custody and booked.
Malicious Mischief/8500 blk W 9th- Complainant reported that last night at about 0030hhrs, his
wife was awoken to a loud bang. Upon inspecting the property the next morning, he found that
some type of firework, possibly a mortar had been detonated in his garbage can causing the lid
to break off. There are no leads or suspects.
Warrant Service/1100 blk W Entiat Ave- Officer Kuehny responded regarding a disturbance. A
woman was reportedly yelling at a small child in front of this residence. Officer Kuehny
contacted a 50 year old female at the residence. She admitted she had been disciplining her 9
year old son. The disturbance was found to be unfounded, however she was found to have a
warrant for her arrest. She was booked into Benton County.
Theft/1300 blk N Columbia Center Blvd- Complainant stated that she went to a movie this
afternoon at the mall. Prior to the movie she used the restroom. She hung her purse on a hook
in the stall and forgot to grab it when she left the stall. She didn't realize it until after the movie
And contacted the manager, who advised that another patron brought the purse to the office
earlier, claiming it was found on the bathroom floor. Complainant searched her purse, and
discovered the following items missing: $2,600.00 in cash and two bottles with medication. No
suspects have been identified.
Malicious Mischief/1000 blk N Volland St- Complainant manages the car wash at this location.
He reported that this afternoon he discovered someone had cut off the lock to the coin machine
that operates the car wash. There was no actual damage to the machine and no money was
taken. No suspects.

Warrant Service/4th Ave & Olympia St- Officers responded to the area of 9th Avenue and
Olympia Street regarding a suspicious vehicle. Officers arrived and contacted a male standing
outside a car. He was. A female, who had been standing with the male walked away before
police could make contact. He stated he was waiting for a friend and was sent on his way.
Attempts were made to find the female, however she could not be located. 30 minutes later,
the female was located at 4th and Olympia. She was contacted and identified and was found to
have several warrants for her arrest. She was transported to Benton County.

Warrant Service/2700 blk S Quillan St- Officer Rees responded to a cooperative shoplifter that
did not have ID. The shoplifter was identified as and was found to have 2 warrants out of Asotin
County. She was booked into Benton County on the warrants. The store will be handling the
theft charges.

Order Violation/5300 blk W 4th Ave- Complainant called to report that her baby's daddy
violated a protection order this evening. An investigation revealed that the complainant is the
protected person on a domestic violence protection order. Tonight the baby's father violated
the order by going to her house to leave a pair of shoes for his son. While taking the report
from the complainant he drove by. Officer Duty conducted a traffic stop and arrested him for
violating the order. He was booked into Benton County.

Missing Adult/1800 blk W 16th Ave- Complainant called to report that his 71 year old aunt did
not return from a shopping trip this evening. He was concerned for his aunt's safety due to her
health problems. Investigation revealed that she left her residence at approximately 2100 hours
to go grocery shopping. She left by herself and drove her car. According to family, she usually
shops at two specific stores. Both stores were checked, with negative results. All other stores in
Kennewick were checked. Richland PD was provided the information and the same stores there
were checked. An ATL was completed and broadcasted to local agencies.She has no cell-phone

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