Community Cares Cases

February 20, 2021

February 17th, 2021

Officers responded to an abandoned vehicle complaint in downtown Kennewick, known as the Parkade. Traffic Officer Reynolds responded and was ultimately able to contact the registered owner and learned that she had left the car a week ago because she had a flat tire and could not afford a new tire. Officer Reynolds used the Community Care Fund to buy her a replacement tire.  The Kennewick Police Department would like to thank Jimenez Tires for […]
February 16, 2021

February 14th, 2021

Officers responded to an abandoned vehicle complaint in downtown Kennewick, known as the Parkade. Traffic Officer Reynolds responded and was ultimately able to contact the registered owner and learned that she had left the car a week ago because she had a flat tire and could not afford a new tire. Officer Reynolds used the Community Care Fund to buy her a replacement tire.  The Kennewick Police Department would like to thank Jimenez Tires for […]
February 13, 2021

February 12th, 2021

An officer was dispatched to an assist call reference use of the Community Care Fund. Dispatch advised that a female as at the station waiting for contact.  She indicated she was on SSI and had been staying at the Loyalty Inn in Pasco but has since ran out of funds. She further advised that her boyfriend, who lives in Winston, OR, was supposed to come pick her up but was unable to do so due […]
February 13, 2021

February 12th, 2021

Officers contacted a homeless female and was out of resources. A check from a referral confirmed that she has been sober and trying to do things right. Weather was snowing and freezing over the weekend. She was provided a room at Kennewick Super 8 Motel. Also provided resource information.
February 12, 2021

February 11th, 2021

Officers responded to a report a black Suburban parked in front of his residence all day. He reported a female and multiple juveniles were in the car. Officers contacted a female as the driver with one juvenile. She said she was waiting for her boyfriend to call her to pay for a night at a hotel as she had nowhere to stay. When offered assistance, she declined. She said she was okay. When contacted again, […]
February 9, 2021

February 1st, 2021

On February 01, 2021, elderly female was released from Trios and having a hard time securing her residence, which is a multi-unit apartment complex that she owns.  She could not afford to secure some of the doors so Mounts Lock & Key was called. They secured all the locks on the four apartments at the location.  There was a doorjamb that also needed repair, but she advised she could take care of that.
February 6, 2021

January 31st, 2021

On January 31, 2021, at around 1241 hours, officers were dispatched to a disturbance at the location. Dispatch advised that caller was calling in saying that his daughter was at the location to pick up her daughter and he thought with her past that she would have drugs with her, so he would not open the door. Daughter called dispatch stating that she was there to pick up her daughter and her father was keeping […]
January 30, 2021

January 27th, 2021

KPD was made aware of a single mother of 3 year old son and 9 days ago she gave birth to a baby girl. Baby was born with Gastroschisis, which means her bowels are outside of her abdomen floating in amniotic fluid. When mother gave birth to baby was taken immediately and transported to Seattle children’s for surgery to get her bowels back inside her belly. Due to some infection in her intestine and a […]
January 26, 2021

January 20th, 2021

On January 20, 2021, 77 year old male was involved in a collision inthe early morning hours and was transported to the hospital. Later this same day, after being released he was unable to locate his walker and had difficulties getting around his home. Officer Armitage was able to locate a walker (to assist him in getting around his home) at Goodwill and used the CCF. Male was appreciative of this assistance.
January 1, 2021

Food Drives & Holiday Gift Card Giveaways

The foundation collaborated with Second Harvest Food Bank and many local business partners to host two food drives, one in August and another in November the week of Thanksgiving. During the food drives backpacks with school supplies and $50 gift card from a local grocery store was given along with the box of food. During December more food gift cards were given away to help families during the holidays and during the Covid pandemic. A […]