The following information is selected from Kirkland Police Reports for Feb.-11-14. Where an arrest is noted, it does not indicate a conviction.
Monday, Feb. 11
- A Kirkland resident reported that three of the family's vehicles, which were unlocked, were prowled overnight, with credit cards, vehicle registrations, a wallet, a bootle of cologne, and an iPod stolen.
Wednesday, Feb. 13
- A 2001 Ford Eldorado Shuttle Bus was stolen from the 10900 block of NE 59th Street. The business owner bought the white bus, with "Free Phone" lettered on the side, earlier in the week, so it didn't have a license plate attached.
- Police said a homeowner on the 13000 block of NE 95th Street likely interrupted a burglary sometime between midnight and 3 a.m. A neighbor heard loud crashes and the dock barking, and entry was gained to the home by breaking a small window in back of the house. Nothing was taken.
- A Kirkland resident reported that the rear license plate was stolen off her car sometime over the weekend.
Thursday, Feb. 14
- A Kirkland resident reported that someone went into his backyard, locate near railroad tracks on 102nd Place NE, by removing two fenceposts. The home owner said a wheelbarrow, a post pounder, some hardware, and a tarp were taken.
- A 15-year old girl was arrested for 4th degree assault after she hit her mother, a 38-year-old Bothell woman, in the face numerous times in the course of an argument.
- A 50-year-old Seattle man was issued a criminal trespass warning after harrassing and acting aggressively toward customers at the Fred Meyer on 120th Ave. NE in Kirkland.