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Kirkland Police Investigate Robbery at Totem Lake Key Bank
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Kirkland Police have taken person of interest in homicide investigation in custody
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Police Respond to Reports of Shots Fired in Kirkland
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On Thursday May 23rd at 8:50 in the evening, Kirkland Police Officers were dispatched to the 8700 block of NE 137th ST in the Finn Hill neighborhood of Kirkland for reports of a Shots Fired call.
Kirkland Police Searching For Missing Endangered Adult Male
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Kirkland Police and Fire Department Respond to Child Struck by Vehicle in Parking Lot
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Kirkland Police and Fire Department respond to child hit by a vehicle in the Safeway Parking lot located at 13636 100th Ave NE.
Female Assaulted by Male Posing as Ride Share Driver
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Just after 11:30 pm on March 16th, Kirkland Police Officers responded on a report of a female who had been assaulted. The victim advised she had been in downtown Kirkland when she requested an Uber car to pick her up.
Suspicious Person Contacted Near Rosehill Elementary School
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Just after 3:30 this afternoon, Kirkland Police responded on a report of a suspicious adult male just south of Rosehill Elementary School.
Suspect Apprehended in Kirkland Home Invasion
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On March 18th a suspect was identified and subsequently arrested by Kirkland Detectives later in the day.
City Council Authorizes School Zone Safety Camera Pilot
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The City Council took action during their meeting on Tuesday, March 5, to authorize a school zone safety camera pilot at Rose Hill Elementary School and Kamiakin Middle School/John Muir Elementary School.
Kirkland Police Investigate Robbery on Rose Hill
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On February 18, 2019, around 8:00 p.m. Kirkland Police Officers responded to reports of gunshots in the parking lot of the Rose Hill Safeway, located in the 12500 BLK of NE 85th ST.
Extended deadline: Kirkland Residents Invited to Apply to City Advisory Boards by February 21, 2019
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Kirkland residents are encouraged to apply to serve their community on a variety of boards and commissions that advise the City Council.
Kirkland Police Apprehend Suspects Wanted in Overnight Shooting
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The suspects will be booked on multiple felony charges based on their individual participation in the crimes.
Kirkland Police Department Invites Community to Enjoy Coffee with a Cop
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The City of Kirkland invites the community to attend Coffee with a Cop, an informal gathering that encourages communication between law enforcement professionals and community members.
Kirkland Police Apprehend Four Suspects Wanted in Shooting
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Menchie’s Incident Investigation Leads to New Protocol for Kirkland Police Department
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Kirkland Police Chief Cherie Harris has issued a final incident report for the Totem Lake Menchie’s incident that occurred on November 7.
Kirkland Police Investigate Shooting in Downtown Apartment Complex
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At 9:00am this morning, Kirkland Police Officers responded to the Arete Apartments located at 450 Central Way on a report of possible gunshots heard.
CenturyLink issues cause 911 disruption- Outage Over
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If you are unable to get through to 911, and you are currently located in Kirkland, you should call 425-577-5656.
Statement from City Manager Kurt Triplett and Chief Cherie Harris
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This has been a challenging week for Kirkland. From a Seattle Times column posted on Friday evening, November 16, our community learned that Kirkland Police were dispatched by NORCOM 911 at the request of the owner of Menchie’s in Totem Lake, to ask Mr. Byron Ragland to leave the shop. Mr. Ragland left Menchie’s feeling that he was unwelcome in Kirkland based on his race. We want to reiterate our sincere apology to Mr. Ragland and all parties for the result of this encounter. On November 17, we initiated an investigation of the incident. In reviewing preliminary findings, we have determined that the arriving officers missed the opportunity to mediate between Mr. Ragland and the shop owner to a better outcome.
Statement from Chief Cherie Harris and City Manager Kurt Triplett
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The City of Kirkland and the Kirkland Police Department would like to extend our sincerest apologies to Mr. Byron Ragland and the residents and businesses of Kirkland for the events at Menchie’s Yogurt in Totem Lake on November 7.
Kirkland Police Investigating Officer Response to 911 Call from Local Yogurt Shop
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Kirkland Police Chief Cherie Harris announced this morning that the department has initiated a formal investigation to determine whether officers that responded to a call for suspicious activity at a Menchie’s frozen yogurt franchise in Kirkland acted in accordance with department protocol.