Selected crime reports for the week of Sept. 7 to Sept 13, 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. 7, 2020
- Time: 13:05
- Location: 6700 block of 138th Ave NE
- Type: Theft of a Motor Vehicle
- Case Number: 20-016892
A woman reported her Toyota Scion had been stolen from her residence’s parking lot sometime during the night. The thief has not been identified.
Sept. 8, 2020
- Time: 17:20
- Location: 2100 block of 148tht Ave NE
- Type: Arrest
- Case Number: 20-016985
A 35-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of being in possession of a stolen motorcycle. The subject was pushing a motorcycle with no license plate and quickly abandoned it when he saw the officer observing him. Upon further inspection, the motorcycle also had a damaged ignition and turned out to have been reported stolen out of Seattle. The suspect, who also had an arrest warrant, is facing multiple charges.
- Time: 08:00
- Location: 18500 block of NE 57th St.
- Type: Arrest
- Case Number: 20-016945
Police apprehended three males after they were seen stealing items from a vacant property. The three thieves took off running from police but quickly were located nearby. They were booked into jail and are facing theft and trespassing charges.
- Time: 12:45
- Location: 2300 block of 148th Ave NE
- Type: Assault
- Case Number:0-016962
Police investigated allegations of assault after a fight broke out among three people in the Red Robin parking lot. The victim told officers she had been involved in a road rage argument with the other party, and they both pulled into the lot. Upon exiting their cars, the altercation turned physical, and the male subject pushed the victim down and attempted to punch her. The identity of the other vehicle’s occupants was not immediately known but is under investigation.
Sept. 9, 2020
- Time: 15:18
- Location: NE 76th St. and 166th Ave NE
- Type: Arrest
- Case Number: 20-017051
A 55-year-old female faces several charges after police witnessed her driving her Miata recklessly through city streets and endangering pedestrians. Upon contact, the driver was non-compliant with officers and was also found to be driving without a license. She was booked into jail.
Sept. 10, 2020
- Time: 17:10
- Location: 6000 block of 185th Ave NE
- Type: Theft
- Case Number: 20-800749
An unidentified thief stole a bicycle out of a garage that had been left open for a short time. There was no suspect information available.
Sept. 11, 2020
- Time: 08:53
- Location: 8300 block of 158th Ave NE
- Type: Commercial Burglary
- Case Number: 20-017185
A burglar entered a local coffee shop sometime during the night and stole the cash register. The register was found nearby on the sidewalk empty of the cash that had previously been inside. Evidence gathered has been sent for processing, but no arrest has been made.
Sept. 12, 2020
- Time: Overnight
- Location: 9800 block of Avondale Road
- Type: Vehicle Prowls
- Case Number: 20-0173441
Two vehicles were broken into sometime overnight while they were parked in an apartment parking lot. The unidentified thief stole tools, a wallet and other items.
- Time: 16:27
- Location: 11300 block of 182nd Ave NE
- Type: Fraud
- Case Number: 20-017296
A woman reported she had been the victim of a scam by a caller posing as a Texas police officer. The fraudster convinced the victim that her social security number had been compromised and she was connected to a drug trafficking case. The caller also falsely told her that Redmond police would be at her house in an hour if she did not immediately send thousands of dollars. These types of scams are common. Government officials and police will never call and threaten to arrest people if they don’t send money or gift cards. Anyone that receives these calls should hang up immediately and never provide personal or financial information over the phone.
Sept. 13, 2020
- Time: 15:50
- Location: 10400 block of Willows Road
- Type: Vehicle Prowl
- Case Number: 20-017347
A thief stole a purse that had been left on the floor of an unlocked parked car. The victim reported one of her stolen cards had been used soon after to charge several thousand dollars at Best Buy. There was no suspect information immediately available.
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