Boogers in Pasco.

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IT'S SNOT, A CRIME. We (Pasco PD) were recently contacted by an understandably annoyed resident whose complaint was a little unusual: someone is routinely wiping boogers on the caller's vehicle parked on the street. The caller normally finds it when they leave for work.

Who is this boogie-man? Probably a neighborhood kid. But the next question is always, "Is that even a crime?" The answer would be yes. We have a misdemeanor crime titled "Destruction of Property" which, despite the title, covers a variety of actions including defacing and moving someone else's property. This law covers TP'ing trees, egging houses, and putting all the "For Sale" signs in the neighborhood on somebody's lawn.

The mucus-monger could be charged with that. But not if he is 9 years old. If he is 18 but just acts like a 9-year-old, maybe. El Mocarro, a good practical joke does not leave someone else with a mess to clean up. That's snot cool, man.

#losmocos #boogerwiper #wewillnosearound

ATM Fraud in Richland.

Richland PD facebook 6-29-19

If you recognize this character, please call the non-emergency dispatch 509-628-0333 and reference case # 19-14700

Richland PD facebook 6-29-19

Booze swipe in Kennwick.

KPD Facebook booze bandit allegedly

Do you recognize this male? We realize it’s not the best photo ever, however.... Officers are attempting to locate him after receiving a report that he stole alcohol from Albertsons on W Clearwater Ave. The theft occurred on June 28th at about 10pm. If you can identify him please call non emergency dispatch at (509) 628-0333 or remain anonymous by calling (800) 222-8477 KPD Case 19-24662

We're done, here. Talk to you in July.