Selected crime reports for the week of March 2 to March 8, 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.
March 3, 2020
- Time: 20:20
- Location: 16100 Blk Cleveland St.
- Type: Fraud
- Case Number: 20-004544
Two residents reported paying for two tickets for a sporting event from someone online and the seller never delivered. The investigation is ongoing.
March 4, 2020
- Time: 19:14
- Location: 10300 Blk 156 Lane NE
- Type: Theft
- Case Number: 20-0080077
A resident made an online report of a package having been stolen from their front porch. No suspect information exists.
March 5, 2020
- Time: 20:09
- Location: 8500 163rd Court
- Type: Burglary
- Case Number: 20-004723
Officers investigated a burglary after the resident returned home and discovered more than $2000 in items missing. Fingerprint evidence is being analyzed to identify a possible suspect.
- Time: 20:09
- Location: 16100 Redmond Way
- Type: Trespassing
- Case Number: 20-004704
Bicycle Officers on patrol came upon an adult male inside a public restroom toilet stall surrounded by a large amount of tobacco smoke. Despite being the only person in the bathroom and holding a lighter, the subject denied smoking. He was formally trespassed from the property for one year. Officers also located a box of Chardonnay in the toilet and discarded it.
March 6, 2020
- Time: 14:05
- Location: 11400 block of Avondale Road NE
- Type: Arrest
- Case Number: 20-004787
Two juveniles were seen selecting over $138 worth of alcohol off a store shelf and leaving the business without paying for the items. Officers found the duo nearby and placed them under arrest for third-degree theft and for being minors in possession of alcohol.
March 8, 2020
- Time: 21:42
- Location: 17600 block of NE 76th St.
- Type: Reckless Burning and More
- Case Number: 20-004926
Officers were called to a local store after an individual wearing clown make-up was seen yelling, throwing cheese around, and burning several lottery tickets inside the store after he purchased them. The subject left before police arrival but video footage was available and the incident is under investigation.