The following information is selected from Kirkland police reports from Feb 4-6. Where an arrest is noted, it does not indicate a conviction.
Monday, Feb. 4
- A security officer for the Chaffey Building on Lake Street reported to police that over the weekend someone had filled four door locks at the construction site with something like super glue. The doors were to important locations, like the electrical and elevator machine rooms.
- A green 1993 Acura Integra was reported stolen from the 300 block of 10th Ave. S. Police said they have no suspect information.
Tuesday, Feb. 5
- Police responded to a vehicle prowl at the 14400 block of 107th Ave. NE.
- Police arrested a 22-year-old Everett man, suspected of burglarizing at least two local homes. In one case, a neighbor reported seeing him go around the back of his neighbor’s house.
- A Kirkland woman reported that someone stole several items out of her car overnight on the 12000 block of NE 100th St., including a GPS and carry-on luggage. The car was unlocked in her driveway.
- Police took a report of 17 bottles of Crown Royal stolen from the Red Apple Market in two separate instances by two unknown suspects. The total retail value of the alcohol is $637.
Wednesday, Feb. 6
- Two Renton men were issued trespass letters after they caused a disturbance at Wendy’s on 312 Central Way. They believed someone had spit in their food before serving them.
- Two Sultan teens were questioned, and one of them, an 18 year old, arrested, for allegedly stealing 10 bottles of liquor from the Kingsgate Safeway. They had in their possession Jagermeister, Jose Cuervo, and Bombay Gin, among other brands.
- A Holmes Point resident reported a break-in at her house, but there were no signs of forced entry. The thief was selective: items stolen included a 40” flat screen TV, Blu-Ray player, DVD, stereo, laptop, and a weed eater.