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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Sunday, December 15, 2013

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Sunday, December 15, 2013

C-Shift
 
Warrant Arrest/2900 blk W 7th Ave-
Officer Riley responded to the location, knowing
that a male there had numerous valid warrants. He was contacted and arrested without
incident. He was booked at the BCSO Jail on four warrants.
 
Theft/5800 blk W Umatilla-
Complainant reported that when they arrived this morning
for service they noticed that one of their exterior air conditioning units had been
removed from the wall and was found in the grass about 200ft from where it was taken.
No leads or suspects.
 
Shoplift/2700 blk S Quillan- Female was detained by loss prevention after she
attempted to exit the store with over $1000.00 in stolen merchandise. Her boyfriend
was contacted as a result of the investigation and advised that they are homeless and
live out of their vehicle. She was placed on a 72 hr hold for theft 2nd.
 
A-Shift
 
Warrant Service/2700 blk W Kennewick Ave- Male called SECOMM and advised that he
had warrants and wanted to turn himself in. He was arrested and booked on two
misdemeanor warrants.
 
Theft/1400 blk E 3rd Ave- Officers responded to this business for a theft in progress. The
owner of the business called SECOMM and reported that an unknown male was behind
the business stealing mechanical items. He was watching this through a video camera
system that he had just installed earlier in the day after items were stolen earlier in the
weekend. Officers arrived on scene and located the suspect as he was taking apart an
electrical vault box. The suspect was taken into custody without incident. The materials
stolen from the three vaults were worth approximately $18,000 total. Male was booked
into the BCSO jail for theft 1st and a DOC warrant.
 
DUI Collision/3rd Ave & Gum St- Cpl Newton responded to a one vehicle collision at the
intersection of 3rd and Gum. The suspect vehicle was traveling north on Gum at a high
rate of speed and was unable to negotiate the curve. The vehicle left the roadway and
struck the embankment to the railroad tracks. The driver was contacted and found to
be intoxicated. None of the occupants of the vehicle were injured in the collision.
Driver was arrested and booked for DUI. BAC .129/.125.
 
Burglary/1500 blk S Union Ct-
Officer Rosane contacted complainants in reference to a
burglary report. They reported that had left the residence this evening for
approximately 30 minutes. While they were gone both of their children were at the
residence. After returning home they smelled the odor of bleach but did not think much
of it. Shortly thereafter they had her 12 year old son go to her car to get some items.
When the child walked outside he observed a male standing in the front yard wearing a
Seahawks jacket and a hooded sweatshirt. The male approached the residence and
began hitting a water spicket. The child ran back inside and told his parents. They
checked outside but the male was gone. They checked the back yard and found damage
to the landscaping and the basement sliding glass door open. Upon check further, the
suspect poured bleach on clothing and stole a TV, video game console and a laptop
computer. The actual homeowner was contacted. She thinks former renters are
responsible since they were upset about being evicted. Contact was made with them
and both denied being involved in the incident. Neighbor canvass did not reveal any
other suspect information.
 
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

www.tricitiescrimestoppers.org
 
Kennewick Police Crime Prevention prepares the Kennewick Police
Briefing.
 
For more information contact Kennewick Police Crime Prevention at
(509) 582-1351.

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