Selected crime reports for the week of Sept. 14 to Sept 20, 2020. This is not a complete list of all incidents that occurred in Redmond during this time period. You can also reference our online crime map for further information.
Sept. 14, 2020
- Time: 19:43
- Location: 166th Ave NE and Redmond Way
- Type: DUI Arrest
- Case Number: 20-017428
Police arrested a 61-year-old male on suspicion of DUI. An officer initially pulled the driver over after witnessing him tailgating, driving aggressively and illegally using his cell phone while behind the wheel. Upon contact, the officer observed numerous indicators that the driver was intoxicated. The suspect was booked into jail with no bail due to an extensive history of driving under the influence.
- Time: 12:00
- Location: 7400 block of 159th Place NE
- Type: Theft
- Case Number: 20-017393
An unidentified thief stole the catalytic converter off of a Prius parked in an apartment garage. No video of the incident or other suspect information was immediately available.
Sept. 15, 2020
- Time: 14:35
- Location: 17300 block of Redmond Way
- Type: Indecent Exposure/Alcohol Offence
- Case Number: 20-017473
An officer contacted a male sleeping on a bench at Bear Creek Park after noticing his pants were unzipped, and his privates were in clear view to other people in the park. After a short debate with the officer about whether the body part in question was inside or outside his pants, he eventually covered it up. The suspect is facing charges of having alcohol in the park, littering and public exposure.
- Time: Overnight
- Location: 6100 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway
- Type: Vehicle Prowls
Several parked cars were broken into in an apartment parking lot, and various property was stolen. The thief has not been identified.
Sept. 16, 2020
- Time: 08:21
- Location: 16400 block of NE 92nd St.
- Type: Theft of a Motor Vehicle
- Case Number: 20-017523
A woman called police after discovering her Ford truck had been stolen from her parking spot sometime in the early morning hours. The truck was found in front of a residence a few blocks away soon after it went missing. Evidence was gathered from the vehicle and sent for processing.
Sept. 17, 2020
- Time: 17:05
- Location: 2400 block of 148th Ave NE
- Type: Arrests
- Case Number: 20-017622
Three subjects were arrested after officers contacted them in a vehicle that had been stolen out of Seattle. One suspect also gave officers a false name, and there was evidence there had been illegal narcotics use. Multiple criminal charges are pending.
Sept. 18, 2020
- Time: 08:00
- Location: 4800 block of 156th Ave Place NE
- Type: Burglary
- Case Number: 20-017653
Two garages in the same apartment complex were burglarized overnight by an unidentified thief. The burglar tampered with the garage door locks to gain entry and made off with tools and other items. Evidence collected from the garages has been sent for processing and the investigation is ongoing.
- Time: 10:17
- Location: 4200 block of 172nd Ave NE
- Type: Arrest
- Case Number: 20-017667
Police were called to assist with a 30-year-old male exhibiting erratic and aggressive behavior in the residence he shared with several roommates. Roommates told police he had been smashing things, leaving all doors and windows open in the middle of the night and punching and stabbing walls in his room. Upon contacting him, the subject fought and spit on officers and was arrested and booked into jail.
Sept. 19, 2020
- Time: 02:34
- Location: 10200 block of 167th Place NE
- Type: Residential Burglary
- Case Number: 20-017725
Thanks to observant neighbors' quick actions, two burglars were located and arrested minutes after breaking into a garage and stealing tools. The witnesses called 911 after seeing two males running from their neighbor's garage and into a waiting vehicle. Based on the descriptions provided, officers located the suspects' vehicle nearby, and they were taken into custody. Numerous charges are pending.
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