The Kirkland Police Department has announced that there will be a memorial service for Sergeant Nathan Rich on Friday, October 20 at 11 a.m. at the Overlake Christian Church at 9900 Willows Road NE in Redmond, WA. The service will be open to the public. Press interested in covering the event should contact Kirkland Communications ManagerKathy […]
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Police Need Your Help in Locating Thirteen Year Old girl UPDATE: Missing girl found. The Kirkland Police Department is asking for your help in locating thirteen year old Lily Nauman. Lily has not been seen since leaving her Houghton area home yesterday at 9:30 a.m. Lily is 4’10”, 85 lbs. with brown hair and blue […]
On June 7th, 2017, Kirkland Police Captain Bill Hamilton graduated along with two hundred and twenty-seven other law enforcement officers from the F.B.I. National Academy Program in Quantico, Virginia. The 268th Session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from 47 states. Included in the class were members of law enforcement agencies […]
Suspect involved in at Least 17 Vehicle Prowls in and Around Kirkland Kirkland Police Detectives arrested two suspects last week involved in numerous motor vehicle prowl/ID theft cases in and around Kirkland. The adult female and adult male face dozens of charges related to the crime spree. Events began on March 19 when the […]
On February 27, 2016 at 1:19 a.m., Kirkland Police responded to a one vehicle traffic accident in the 13700 block of NE 124thStreet just west of Willows road in the City of Kirkland. Officers located one passenger vehicle that had collided with a light pole along the roadway. The driver, the only occupant of the […]
Starting this week, the Kirkland Police Department will now be accepting Online Police Reports at: www.kirklandwa.gov/onlinereporting. Online Reporting will give citizens the freedom to report certain crimes online anytime day or night when it’s convenient for them. Citizens still have the option to have an Officer respond for the call. Reports for crimes such as […]
On December 14th, the Kirkland Police Department responded to a local hotel in the Totem Lake area for a report of a disturbance between a male and female. The female stated that she had been assaulted by her boyfriend, who had since fled the scene. Officers were able to persuade the male to return back to the area, where he was located and arrested on the domestic charges…
Kirkland Police responded at 6:46 pm last night to a report of several juveniles fighting in the 132nd Square Park. The park is located at the intersection of NE 132nd St and 132nd AVE NE. Officers arrived and located a male juvenile in the park with two stab wounds to his right leg. Another male juvenile was contacted at a nearby residence where he had fled to after stabbing the other juvenile. The victim was transported to Evergreen Hospital and treated for his non-life threatening wounds. The second juvenile was placed under arrest for Assault in the 2nd Degree and transported to a juvenile facility. The individuals knew each other and the confrontation was a result of accusations and comments conducted mostly over social media sites…
On 11/15/2016, Kirkland Police Detectives arrested two suspects in Puyallup on suspicion of Elder financial abuse, Identity Theft and Forgery. The suspects are the adult daughter and grandson of the 87 year old female victim. They are accused of methodically stealing funds through abuse of power of attorney, deception and forgery. The suspects fraudulently opened financial accounts and diverted Social Security and pension payments totaling over $150,000. The suspects were booked into King County Jail.
On November 18, the Seattle Times published a statement from the Bellevue Police Chief saying that Bellevue officers won’t ask residents for immigration status and won’t use police resources to apprehend undocumented immigrants unless they are suspected of a serious crime. Since then, many Kirkland residents have asked about the policy of the Kirkland Police regarding immigration status.
“Kirkland has had a long standing policy never to ask for immigration papers,” said Kirkland Police Chief Cherie Harris. “We want people to know that our job is to protect and serve the entire community and no resident should fear reporting any crime or intimidation, regardless of their immigration status. Our mission has not changed and will not change. We want everyone to feel safe and if they don’t, we want to know about it.”…