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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Monday, December 9, 2013

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Monday, December 9, 2013

C-Shift
 
Assault DV/4800 blk W Metaline- Officers responded for a reported physical
disturbance that was heard by a neighbor. On arrival a male was contacted and was
noted to be bleeding from the head. Hicks told Officers that he and his girlfriend had
been in an argument and it became physical. She was later contacted inside the
apartment during a welfare check. During the investigation it was determined she was
the primary aggressor and was arrested. She was booked at the BCSO Jail.
 
Burglary/00 blk N Edison- Complainant reported that sometime over the weekend her
TV was stolen from her apartment. She suspects that entry was gained at the slider as
the lock does not work that well. She is renting the TV from Rent-a-Center and she has
no information regarding make and model. No leads or suspects.
 
Felony Threats/900 blk S Auburn- Complainant reported via phone that his father
received a threat from his mother`s boyfriend and that he was going to kill his father.
He stated that his mother had been seeing the male after having met him on facebook,
and the male wants her to leave her husband. He explained that the male drove from
Warden, WA to meet with her at her work. Complainant stated that his mother
informed him that while they were eating lunch in the she noticed a weapon. He stated
his mother never informed him specifically what type of weapon, but he believed it was
gun. While eating the male also told her that he was going to kill her husband. As a
result of the investigation, the Prosecutor authorized a 72hr hold for the felony threats.
Information passed to night shift. ATL entered in ACCESS.
 
Weapons Offense/1300 blk W 4th Ave- Principal reported the mother of one of their
students had been in their school with a concealed handgun. She didn`t threaten
anyone with it and left prior to their call to KPD to report the incident. On arrival Officer
Peterson was directed to talk to a teacher who had a meeting with the mother of one of
their newer students. During the conversation, she told the teacher that she was
carrying a pistol and then showed it to him by lifting her shirt over her waist band. At
the time of the incident, the pistol had a large master type lock secured through the  2
magwell, and upper receiver. He told her that she could not have the pistol on school
grounds and told her to leave. She was later contacted and advised Officer Peterson
that she had only brought the pistol in the school because she did not want to leave it in
her vehicle with her other child. She stated she only told the teacher about the gun
because she did not want anyone to see it and become alarmed. She turned the pistol
over to Officer Peterson and the case has been sent to the City Attorney for review.
 
A-Shift
 
Warrant Service/1300 blk N Edison Pl-
Officers responded to this residence for a report
of a disturbance. Female was highly intoxicated and threatening to burn the residence
down. Officers contacted a male and female at the residence. The male was arrested
on a felony warrant. Officers found no probable cause to arrest the female.
 
Fraud/5600 blk W Clearwater Ave-
Complainant reported that his credit card had been
fraudulently used two times at Walmart and one time at the Guesthouse Suites in
Kennewick. He suspected that a female was the person who used it. He said that he
had meet her approximately a week ago and allowed her to stay at his residence in
Yakima. Officer Marquette contacted Guesthouse Suites and found that the female had
checked into the room and used her ID at check in. Investigation continuing.
 
Burglary/300 blk N Dayton St- Officers responded after Moon Security discovered a
padlock had been cut off the back gate. Officers checked the interior of the compound
and located a truck with the window broken out. It is unknown if anything was taken
out of the truck. The lock was collected and dusted for latent prints, none were located.
 
Theft/00 blk W 19th Ave- Officer Valdez contacted Complainant regarding a theft report.
He advised that he had placed a donation box on his front lawn for his Christmas light
show. Today he found the box had been pried open and all donated money was
missing. He does not know how much money may have been in the box. He donates all
proceeds to local charities.

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