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Kennewick Police Department: Daily Briefing: Wednesday, February 5, 2014

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Wednesday, February 5, 2014
 
B-Shift

 
Disturbance/900 blk N Neel- Complainant reported that he husband said he would kill her. Her son also said his father would kill him. She is upset about how he was talking to her and did not think he would kill her. She is not returning home and will get a divorce. He was contacted and admitted to the arguments and denied saying he was going to kill anyone. Prosecutor's office was contacted and said not to arrest the male because the victim does not believe that he would harm her.
 
Narcotics/1600 blk E 3rd Ave- Male was being arrested for a warrant when marijuana was seen in his room. A search warrant was obtained and no further marijuana was located. He was arrested and booked for the warrant, Possession of marijuana and Possession of drug paraphernalia.
 
Auto Theft/3100 blk W John Day- Complainant reported that an unknown suspect
drove off in his white 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe WA/AGA5371. The vehicle was running
unattended in the apartment parking lot when it was taken.
 
Assault/Clearwater & McKinley- Officer Grant responded to a call for the Trios ER staff concerning a female being assaulted. She was uncooperative, but did name a suspect. She was hit on the head and in the face with a blunt object. An Incarceration Request was approved by the on call Prosecutor for Aggravated Assault.
 
Assault/1400 blk W 9th Ave-
At approximately 1655 hrs Kennewick Police Officers were dispatched to a 911 call in the 1400 blk W 9th Pl for an unknown type disturbance. Officers arrived and located a 27 year old male victim that had been assaulted. The investigation revealed the victim was led into a garage by a female suspect. Once the victim entered the garage two males entered the garage and attacked the victim. The victim was punched repeatedly and the suspects began to tie the victim up with twine. Unknown to the suspects' one of them had accidently dialed 911 which led the police to the residence to thwart the kidnapping. Detectives also located methamphetamine, prescription drugs, and drug paraphernalia at the residence. The victim was treated at Trios Health for a laceration to the head. Kennewick Police Criminal Apprehension Team
Detectives booked one male into jail for Attempted Kidnapping 1st and Assault 2nd, the  female was booked into jail for Attempted Kidnapping 1st, another male was booked into jail for Attempted Kidnapping 1st and third male was booked into jail for Conspiracy to Attempted Kidnapping and possession of a controlled substance. They were all booked into Benton County Jail. 


D-Shift
 
Auto Theft/00 blk N McKinley St-
Officer Compton took a stolen vehicle report on a white 2013 Nissan Rogue WA#AMW8295. Complainant advised the vehicle was locked but there was a spare ignition key in the center console along with a GPS and a Apple Ipad inside the vehicle. A Benton County Deputy located the stolen Nissan in a ditch off of Kennedy Road a little west of West Richland, unoccupied, running with the ignition key in the ignition and rear window broken out.
 
Order Violation/100 blk N Ely St-
Officers Pitts and Noble responded to a report of a disturbance in the parking lot. Upon arrival contact was made with a male and female. Records check showed an active No Contact Order against the male. He was arrested and booked into jail.
 
 
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
HUwww.tricitiescrimestoppers.orgU
 
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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