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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Saturday, November 23, 2013

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Saturday, November 23, 2013
 
D-Shift

Burglary/2200 blk W Grand Ronde- Complainant reported their house broken into and
ransacked with a lot of items missing. The suspects broke a window to gain entry.
Suspect vehicle, gray older 4dr with an older Hispanic male and a younger Hispanic male
 
Burglary/2800 blk W John Day- Pasco Police called reporting a safe found in a dumpster
at 500 blk N 24th St. The safe contained information for this address. Upon contact at the
residence, the rear glass slider had been shattered. Investigation continuing.
 
Burglary/900 blk N Cleveland St- Male cashed his paycheck and put the money in his
girlfriend's purse last night. They had two friends over last night and at the time they
went to bed the friends went home. This morning he found the sliding glass door open
and the money missing from the purse. They confronted the two friends who both
denied taking the money.
 
Trespass/Gum & Bruneau Railroad Tracks- Male was intoxicated walking on the tracks.
He refused to obey officers when he was called off the tracks. He went to jail.
 
Theft/500 blk N Arthur St- Complainant left his $500.00 Raleigh mountain bike (sliver
and green with red tires) outside his front door. This morning it was gone. No suspects
or witnesses.
 
Fraud/800 blk S Olympia St- Complainant reported his credit card number was used at a
Target store in Brooklyn NY. No suspects or witnesses.
 
B Squad
 
Theft/7400 blk W Canal Dr- Female was detained by loss prevention for theft. Officer
Littrell also had probable cause for her arrest on a shoplift from another store a few
days ago. She confessed to both crimes and was booked at the BCSO Jail.
 
Suspicious Circumstance/6400 blk W 1st Ave- Officer Hanson responded to a report of
an unknown suspect jiggling the door to the above residence and then running off. This
had happened in the past as well. There also has been mail taken from the residence's
mail box.
 
Theft/800 blk N Columbia Center Blvd- Loss prevention reported that male and female
had concealed items and did not pay for them. The female also had a warrant for her
arrest. She was booked for theft and the warrant. Male was booked for theft.
 
Burglary/2000 blk W 5th Ave- Complainant reported that an unknown suspect tried to
enter the residence via a window. An area check did not produce a suspect.
 
CAT 
 
Warrant Arrest/2100 blk W 4th Ave- Detectives contacted a 30 year old male and
arrested him for 3 felony warrants. He is also a gang member. He was booked into
Benton County Jail.

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