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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Friday, November 15, 2013

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Friday, November 15, 2013

Burglary/800 blk W Columbia Dr-
During the night the small window to the building
was pushed in. The opening cash was taken from the cash register. No suspects.
Burglary/600 blk N Fruitland- Complainant reported that his storage unit had been
broken into. The lock on the door had been cut. Taken were four cases of Monarch
Rum. No suspects.
Vehicle Prowl/4500 blk S Dayton Ct- Complainant reported that some money and her
debit card were taken from her wallet, which was in her unsecured car. She noticed the
missing property this morning. Checking with the bank, it was learned that the card had
been used in Pasco since the time of theft. No suspects.
Domestic/300 blk N Ely- Officers responded to reports of a male assaulting a female.
The male was contacted walking away from the location. His girlfriend was contacted at
the motel. He was arrested and booked for DV Assault and Interfering with Reporting
DV. He had just over $1,000 cash and a scale on his person at time of arrest. He had
taken her purse where he put a jar full of marijuana and then hid the purse in a garbage
car. The purse and marijuana were recovered. Case sent for review on narcotic
Burglary/1200 blk W 10th Ave- Complainant found the lock cut from his storage garage
and it appeared that the door had been pried open. His car had been stored in the
garage. The car stereo and tires were stolen. No suspects.
Suspicious Circumstance/4th & Kent- A16 year old female reported that a Hispanic male
in a white pickup had asked her if she wanted a ride. The male had gotten out of his
truck to offer the ride. She was walking home from school at the time, and it was
raining outside. She did not respond to the male and kept walking. The male drove off.
Officers contacted an uninvolved witness that confirmed there was a white truck that
seemed to be following the female. This witness had specifically kept an eye on the  2
female until the truck left due to it looking odd. The truck was described as a Ford PU,
newer style with an extended cab (possibly 4 doors) and had tinted windows. The male
driver was described as a regular height, heavy build, Hispanic male with grey hair. The
truck was not located.
Burglary/2000 blk S Palouse St-
Complainant reported that he returned home and
found his residence had been burglarized. The unknown suspect broke out a back
window and forced open the front door. The suspect stole a TV, DVD player, jewelry
and bottles of alcohol. No latent prints of value were located and an area canvass did
not reveal any witnesses or suspect information.
Theft/2700 blk S Quillan St- Officers responded to a theft that just occurred. Loss
prevention observed a male select a ring and exit the store without paying for it. When
loss prevention confronted the male he dropped the ring and ran. Officer Taylor located
the suspect hiding in the bushes a nearby hotel. The male was arrested for theft and a
DOC warrant.
Warrant Arrest & Narcotics/1400 blk W 16TH Ave- CAT received information that
several wanted people were at this residence. Detectives contacted the residence when
they observed a 39 year old male fleeing through the backyard, and trying to hop a
fence. He is 400 lbs, and didn't have much success with getting away from the
detectives. He was arrested for six warrants and a bag of methamphetamine was found
in his pocket. Detectives also contacted a 41 year old male and arrested him for one
warrant. Detectives also arrested a 36 year old female for one warrant. She was also
wanted by Richland PD for Identity Theft 1st. All three subjects were booked into Benton
County Jail for their warrants and new charges.
Warrant Arrest/19th & Tacoma St- CAT stopped a suspect vehicle in a reported beer
theft. The vehicle CAT stopped ended up being the wrong vehicle, but the driver, a 29
year old male, had a warrant for his arrest. He was booked into Franklin County Jail.

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