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Police Beat - 12/05/16

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

THEFT, AUTO – 142TH PL NE
According to the victim, sometime overnight his vehicle was stolen from his driveway. According to the victim the vehicle was locked and at this time it is unknown how the suspect(s) gained entry to the car. Additionally, it appears that a second car in the driveway was prowled although nothing was taken.

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Police Beat - 11/28/16

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SUSPICIOUS PERSON – 17600 GARDEN WAY NE
Deputies responded to investigate three separate 911 calls in this area. Each time the caller, a male, reported a crime in progress. The deputies arrived and were unable to find anything out of the ordinary and were unable to locate the caller. On the third call, the deputies were contacted by a male who told them that he had been staying with a friend a few days ago. Ten thousand dollars’ worth of drugs had gone missing, and now the people who owned those drugs were “after him.” The male was unable to provide any specific information other than “dozens of people were after him.” Ultimately, deputies determined that the male had substance abuse and mental health concerns.

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Police Beat - 11/14/16

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

TRESPASS – 14100 NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD
Deputies were called to investigate a report of a disturbance involving three customers. The issue was resolved by the deputies and a trespass warning was given.

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Police Beat - 11/07/16

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FORGERY, PRESCRIPTION – 17000 140TH AVE NE
The suspect in this case provided a prescription to be filled. When the pharmacy contacted the doctor for verification they discovered that the suspect had changed the prescription to increase the amount of the prescription. This is an active investigation.

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Police Beat - 10/31/16

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MENTAL COMPLAINTS – 14100 NE 183rd ST
Shortly after midnight Woodinville police were dispatched to investigate a call of a suicidal female who said she had alcohol and drugs. The deputies went to her home to check on the woman. Initially, the woman answered the door and denied making any comments. Ultimately, the deputies were able to discern that the female had several glasses of wine and mixed that with her medication. She was transported to the hospital for treatment.

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