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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Saturday, December 7, 2013

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Saturday, December 7, 2013

Threats/5600 blk W Canal Pl-
Juvenile male made death threats to two staff members
while in custody. He now has two counts of felony harassment.
Warrant/6500 blk W Canal Dr- Dispatch reported two people were in a car at the
location with warrants. The male and female both had warrants and went to jail.
Burglary/600 blk S Kent St- Complainant reported finding her apartment ransacked and
three gaming systems were taken. She has left her window unlocked and that appears
to be the point of entry. No suspects or witnesses.
Burglary/600 blk E Kennewick Ave- Reporting party found the gate to the fenced
compound dismantled and a large white motor home and race trailer entered. Several
bags of items were bagged up and placed neatly by the door of the motor home. At this
point it is not known if anything was taken. It appears the suspect was preparing to
return to the location or got spooked at the time of the incident.
Malicious Mischief/1100 blk W 10th Ave- Complainant reported finding her back
window broken out this morning. Her neighbors below here, described as "several black
males" are under eviction due to the victim. She believes this is retaliation but didn't
want them contacted because of additional retaliation.
Trespass/1700 blk W 15th Ave- This address has been posted by Code Enforcement.
Today two males came to the location to gather things. They left before PD arrived and
officers confirmed nobody is to be at the residence. One of the males has another
similar case in the 800 blk of S Tweedt where he was given a quick claim deed by the
owner when the residence went into foreclosure. During the period between then and
the bank taking possession of the property, he moved tenants in and collected rent.
Forwarded to the City Attorney.
B Squad
Fraud/900 blk S Johnson- Complainant reported that her Wal-Mart prepaid visa had
been fraudulently used at the Valley Stream, New York Target for $498.13. She had 
contacted a Detective in New York. Officer Littrell called the Detective who asked if he
could obtain a written statement from the victim. Officer Littrell obtained a written
statement and forwarded the case report.

Assault DV/1100 blk W 10th Ave- Complainant reported that her 17 year old boyfriend
recently moved in her apartment. She said that he became upset with her after she
went to bed and hit her in the face with a work out mat. She told him he needed to
leave and he grabbed her by the hair, threw her on the floor and hit her head on the
floor several times. He then started to smash everything in the residence, including the
dishes. He was arrested at the scene and admitted to the assault. He said he has anger
issues and is in anger management. He was booked into Juvenile for Assault DV and a
No Contact Order was put in place.
Assault DV/1200 blk W 2nd Ave- Dispatch reported that a female had called and was
crying and yelling no. A male said something about hitting her in the head. Dispatch
reported that the disturbance sounded physical and the female was calling out in pain.
Officers contacted male and his wife at the location. She had several abrasions and he
was intoxicated. He was arrested and booked at the BCSO Jail. Officers respond to this
location frequently for disturbances between the two.
Burglary/3000 blk W 4th Ave- An anonymous reporting party reported that two females
and a male had used a crowbar to enter the apartment. All three were contacted inside
the residence. The resident of the apartment had passed away on Thanksgiving. One of
the females said she had been living at the location and they were there to get her
property. Relatives of the resident were contacted and said they have no knowledge of
her living at the location or having property there. She admitted on a recorded
statement that she knows that what they did was wrong and that the male forced the
door open with a crowbar; the crowbar was at the scene. All three were booked into
the BCSO Jail for Residential Burglary.
Order Violation/900 blk S Auburn- Officer Greenough responded to a civil issue
between a male and female. The female had arrived at the location with another male.
He left prior to police arrival because he had several warrants and id the respondent in
an Anti-Harassment Order with the female he arrived with. Detective Salter called male
and convinced him to return to the location. He was arrested for the warrants and
violating the court order.
Vehicle Prowl/400 blk W Columbia Dr- Officer Grant responded to a suspicious
circumstance, vehicles in the car lot with open doors. It appeared the suspects tried the
doors of other vehicles. It was requested that day shift contact the lot during the day
and let them know this report had been taken already.
Suspicious Circumstance/100 blk N Washington St-Detectives located an open gate at
this business. The building and parking lot were checked, but nobody was found. Owner
responded and said it appeared an employee failed to secure the business. Nothing was

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