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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Sunday, November 17, 2013

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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Burglary/100 blk N Fruitland-
Officers responded to an alarm at this location at the
start of the shift. The front door had been forced open. The suspects were gone and
there was some money missing from inside. This included the money from a donation
jar. Suspects are not identified; however area camera footage shows two suspects with 
at least one more driving a smaller car, believed to be a Dodge Caliber. Report
forwarded to Detectives.

Vehicle Prowl/1700 blk S Zillah- Complainant reported that her pickup had been
entered and her purse stolen from inside. The truck was parked unlocked overnight.
No suspects.
Assault/400 blk S Grant-
Officers contacted a male at Trios who was being treated for a
broken jaw. He had been at the suspect's house when the male suspect punched him
multiple times causing multiple fractures to his jaw/face. The incident seemed to stem
from a female friend of the two whose phone was used to post photos of the suspect's
penis to her Facebook account. This incident was reported to Police with this suspect as
the suspect in the Facebook incident. The suspect blames Assault victim for turning him
in as the suspect for the Facebook posts. According to the victim the assault was not
provoked. The victim had been drinking at time of the assault. The suspect was
contacted at his house. He refused to provide his account of the incident. He was
booked for Assault 2.
Burglary/2400 blk W Kennewick Ave- At about 0224 hrs, a male subject wearing a
hooded sweatshirt arrives at the location on a Long board. Investigation revealed, the
suspect pried a window open to gain entry. Once inside the store, the suspect
rummaged through many things but is believed to have taken 11 cell phones and two
laptop computers.
Warrant Arrest/2900 blk W 19th Ave- Male was contacted at his girlfriend's residence
and arrested on multiple warrants to include a felony out of Benton County.
Assault 2 DV/1000 blk W 27th- Officers responded to domestic assault in progress
between father and son, where son had armed his self with a shotgun. Dad got into a
wrestling altercation with his 17 year old son. The wrestling started out as ‘playing
around' but turned into both becoming more aggressive. According to dad his son has
mental health issues and got angry. The wrestling progressed into more of a mutual
fight. Son grabbed a shotgun out of his parent's room and was physically confronted by
dad to remove the shotgun. Son then made some suicidal comments while arming
himself with a knife. His brother tried to remove the knife and received very minor
lacerations to his hand. The family exited the residence and about an hour after that
the 17 year old exited the home and was taken into custody without further incident.
He was booked for Assault 2.
Suicide Attempt/2700 blk S Quillan St- Female called Crisis Response and advised that
she was attempting to kill herself via carbon monoxide poisoning. Officers contacted
her and she was transported to KGH for clearance and evaluation by Crisis Response. 
Burglary/500 blk S Beech St-
Complainant reported that his residence had been
burglarized sometime between 1200 and 1800 hours. An unknown suspect kicked in
the back door of the residence and stole jewelry and an IPod. No latent prints were
recovered and an area canvass did not reveal any suspect or witness information.
Field Arrest/7th Ave & Ely St- Officer Taylor responded to 7th and Ely in reference to a
male jumping into traffic. Upon arrival Officer Taylor observed the male step into traffic
and swung a guitar at a passing vehicle. During this time he was narrowly missed by a
passing semi truck. He was contacted and found to be intoxicated and was arrested and
booked for disorderly conduct.
Field Arrest/ 3300 blk W Clearwater Ave - Officer Taylor contacted a male as he rode
his long board in the street. A records check showed he had an outstanding
misdemeanor warrant. The clothing he was wearing was very similar to the suspect in
the burglary on Kennewick Ave.
If you have information pertaining to any of the crimes reported in the
Briefing, contact Kennewick Police at (509) 582-1351 or Tri Cities Crime
Stoppers at (509) 586-8477/ (800) 222-TIPS or
Kennewick Police Crime Prevention prepares the Kennewick Police
For more information contact Kennewick Police Crime Prevention at
(509) 582-1351.

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