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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Friday, October 25, 2013

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Friday, October 25, 2013

Burglary/1300 blk N Louisiana St- Business has closed and the owners of the building
found their walk-in cooler and a counter missing. A neighboring business saw a white
cargo van a few weeks ago at the location with unknown people loading items but is
unknown if they were stealing anything. No suspects or witnesses.
Theft/6200 blk W Clearwater Ave- Reporting party found a locked shed open and the
lock cut. The suspects took a pressure washer and an electric leaf blower. No suspects
or witnesses.
Burglary/6200 blk W Deschutes Ave – Complainant said two males cut a hole in the
fence and prowled several vehicles in the lot. The video does not reveal their faces but
they appear to both be males in their 20s. Investigation continuing. 
Recovered Stolen/2900 blk W 19th Ave- Officer Pitts followed up with a stolen iPhone by
checking the address after a GPS his showed it at the location. Danielle Price had the
phone and said she "found it" at the mall. She went to jail.
Fraud/6500 blk W 4th Pl-
Complainant reported fraudulent charges were made in
another state on his VISA card. No suspects or witnesses.
Malicious Mischief/800 blk S Hartford St- Complainant found her basement window
cracked by an unknown projectile this morning. No suspects or witnesses.
Burglary Attempt/600 blk N Quillan- Complainant reported hearing something at the
back of her house last night. She didn't call or didn't look outside to confirm someone
was there. This morning she found her screen off her window and fresh handprints
smudged on the glass. She said her former boyfriend, who she has a lifetime restraining
order with (just got out of prison after serving 4 years. She thinks it may be him because
DOC gave him her address advising Thomas not to go there.
Theft from Vehicle/700 blk N Pittsburgh St-
Complainant reported her car being broken
into while parked at the location. An I phone, a backpack and a wallet containing
several ID`s were taken. No suspects or witnesses.
B Squad
Disturbance/1000 blk W Kennewick Ave- Complainant reported that she rents rooms
out. She said she has had items missing and confronted one of renters. She entered the
rented room and saw some marijuana. She said she confronted him about the property
and marijuana. She said he grabbed her arms while she was confronting her (no
injuries). She then started to throw his property out the window of his room. When
officers arrived she was still upset, there was large amount of property in the yard and
the male was sitting in the front yard, quietly waiting for the police. Male said he does
not want to pursue charges. Complainant was told of the eviction laws and told of the
possible ramifications of entering her tenant's rooms. Officers took a theft report from
her. Report forwarded to the CA's for review.
Theft/500 blk N Columbia Center Blvd-
Employee reported that a female took items
from the store and left in a vehicle ID/K518200. The female did pay for an item. The
vehicle was located at the Red Lion as was the female. The employee was unable to ID
the female and she was released.
Home Invasion Robbery/1100 blk S Newport- Two victims reported 5 to 6 males
entered their house at gunpoint. One was hit in the head and one was shot in the neck
and arm (single shot). Both suspects walked to Newport and 10th Avenue where the
medics transported them to the hospital. CAT and detectives responded. 
Malicious Mischief/1100 blk N Edison-
Complainant reported that someone slashed her
vehicle tire and she thinks it is a female because that female is having an affair with her
husband. She was contacted and had a confirmed alibi for last night. She said the
complainant has been harassing her at work and by phone. She is in the process of
getting a no contact order to keep the complainant away from her.
Accident & Recovered Stolen/900 blk S Cedar Pl- Officer Grant responded to report of
an accident and 4 Hispanic males ran from the suspect vehicle, one possibly had a gun.
The owner of the vehicle, a 2012 Mercedes, thought it was in their driveway and West
Richland PD responded to take a stolen report. A wallet belonging to a male was found
in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle said that he had been trying to help the male
through his church and let him stay at his house. A key faub for the vehicle went
missing and tonight the vehicle went missing.
Narcotics/1000 blk W 10th Ave- Male was stopped on the school property and when he
was checked for weapons a butterfly knife was located and then a marijuana pipe. JCR
Warrant Arrest/6400 blk W 1ST Ave- Detectives went to this address to arrest a male for
5 warrants. Detectives were told he wasn't home, but detectives were allowed to search
the residence for him. Detectives ended up finding the suspect hiding in the closet, and
took him into custody. Detectives also arrested a second male for Rendering Criminal
Assistance, three other subjects for Rendering Criminal Assistance, and one also had a
warrant. All four were booked into Benton County Jail.

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