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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Friday, November 29, 2013

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Friday, November 29, 2013

Theft/6500 blk W Okanogan Ave-
Business discovered unauthorized charges on three
missing gas cards. The cards were found to be missing from their assigned truck.
Investigation has turned up 31 charges for a total of just over $1,600. Officer Todd took
the initial investigation. The suspects are two males and one female, all about 40's years
of age. The suspect's vehicle was gold Ford Expedition (maybe 90's). The Expedition`s
front left wheel was either black, or dirty enough to appear black. The vehicle also had
running boards and no front license plate. No license plate number obtained.
Burglary/300 blk W Columbia Dr- The business owner reported that three cars had
been prowled on his property. The cars were inside a secured fenced area. The incident
occurred at some point after noon yesterday and this morning. Entry was made by
dismantling part of the fence gate. The fence is barbed wired at the top. There was no
obvious property taken from the cars, but they had obviously been gone through.
Burglary/100 blk W Columbia Dr
- A secured fenced compound that was entered in the
same manner. At least one car had been gone through and a duffle bag was taken from
the car. The suspect has this duffle bag while committing the burglary at the other
location. The identities of the suspect(s) are not known.
Burglary/100 blk W Entiat Ave-
This burglary is same method as in a fenced compound
entered to gain access to vehicles. There was an outside lock box that was broken into
and 25 sets of car keys taken. A black Ford Ranger Splash had been stolen and it
appears it had been driven through the north fence of the compound. Business owner
did not have any information on the vehicle. Investigation ongoing to obtain key
inventory and stolen vehicle information. A set of pliers that suspect(s) had used was
collected as evidence.

Death Investigation/ 1st Ave & Everett St- Officers responded for a welfare check on a
male lying partially in the roadway. Upon arrival a 36 year old male was found on the
ground with labored breathing. He was transported to Trios Health where he died. No
one witnessed what had happened and an area canvas was completed. There was
nothing located at the scene except a small amount of blood that appears to have come
from his chin. He did not have any significant trauma to his body but had numerous
health issues. Doctor advised that the scrapes on his knees are consistent with falling
on asphalt and he believes the victim suffered some type of medical emergency. The
corner took possession of the body and all clothing and possession were taken as

Auto Theft/5000 blk W Clearwater Ave- Complainant reported that his truck was
parked in the parking lot after being worked on. An unknown suspect stole the vehicle
sometime between 11/26/13 and today. He reported the vehicle can be started
without a key. 1990 Chevy CK 1500 white and blue in color, WA/ B34357H. Update:
BCSO stopped the vehicle this morning and the suspect driver fled the area and was not
located. The vehicle was processed and released.
Malicious Mischief/3300 blk W Clearwater Ave- Employee reported that he was inside
the building when he heard footsteps on the roof. He went outside and observed a
ladder leading to the roof. He yelled up to the roof and then went back inside. Officer
Rosane made contact and checked the roof. He located a panel to the AC unit had been
pried off. He was unable to recover any physical evidence at the scene.
Warrant Service/900 blk S Auburn
- Male was transported to Trios after a drug
overdose. He was cleared by staff and then arrested on multiple misdemeanor and
felony warrants.
DUI/800 blk W Vineyard Dr- Officer Littrell arrested and booked a 21 year
old female for DUI. BAC .82
Trespass/1800 blk S Neel Ct- Officers responded to this residence for a
report of a male who had walked into the residence uninvited. A male
walked into the residence and began talking with her teenage children. He
was told to leave and eventually did so. He apologized and stated he just
wanted to meet his neighbors. He was located in the area and detained.
He admitted to walking into the residence to "meet the neighbors" and did
not seem to understand he cannot do that. He was arrested and booked
for Criminal Trespass.

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