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Police Beat - 5/23/16

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CRIMINAL WARRANT ARRESTS
Deputies arrested two subjects this past week for outstanding warrants.

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Police Beat - 5/16/16

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MENTAL COMPLAINTS – VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Throughout the week officers answered calls where three separate subjects were transported to Evergreen Hospital for treatment or evaluation.

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Police Beat - 5/9/16

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BURGLARY — WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD NE
Unknown suspect(s) entered several offices inside a business building and stole computers and electronics. No signs of forced entry were found.

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Police Beat - 5/2/16

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BURGLARY — 133 PL NE
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s garage through an unlocked side door and removed a sound system and an impact wrench set. Victims reported an empty and unlocked safe was found opened and another side door in the garage was found unlocked.

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Police Beat - 4/25/16

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LARCENY — NE 178 PL
Loss prevention stopped a female suspect outside the store after she had exited the store with a loaded cart of unpaid-for Legos and assorted items. The woman threatened to use a Taser on the store employee if they detained her. The suspect ran away, leaving the cart and stolen items behind. She was last seen leaving the parking lot in a silver Volkswagen Passat.
 
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION — NE 175 ST
Officers contacted a subject who was found to have an outstanding misdemeanor warrant. In a search incidental to his arrest the man was found to be in possession of heroin, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. The man was transported to King County Jail.
 
HIT & RUN — GARDEN WY NE
Victims reported they had been involved in a hit and run accident where the suspect had left the scene. The suspect vehicle had a California license plate. Officers investigated the offense and located the vehicle and possible suspects. A positive identification of the suspect was made with a photo lineup.  
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Officers arrested two separate subjects during the week for operating motor vehicles while their driver’s licenses were suspended/revoked. Both subjects were released with citations.
 
LARCENY — NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD
Store security reported after reviewing store security cameras he observed an unknown man conceal numerous bottles of alcohol and leave the store without first paying for the merchandise. The suspect was described as a black man, approximately 20 to 30 years of age, wearing a blue Mariners sweatshirt and camouflage pattern shorts. The suspect was using a red backpack to conceal the merchandise.
 
BURGLARY — NE 181 PL
Unknown suspect(s) pried open the back sliding door at victim’s residence. Once inside, they ransacked the interior, taking cash and a pistol.

TRESPASS — NE 205 ST
Officers investigated the report of possible unknown suspect(s) inside victim’s vacant residence. The house was found to be vacant.
 
VANDALISM — 134 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) smashed out the rear passenger window on victim’s vehicle.
 
LARCENY — GARDEN WY NE
Store personnel reported an unknown female suspect walked into the store and ran back out with five unpaid-for purses which activated the alarm. The suspect left the parking lot in a silver or beige Honda with paper plates in the rear window and stickers of white flowers on the passenger side. Store surveillance cameras captured the theft. The suspect was described as a heavy-set black woman wearing a pink jacket.
 
LARCENY — NE 178 PL
Officers responded to a theft call from a retail store where a man wearing a black baseball hat, black shirt and camouflage pants had stolen merchandise and two speakers. The man was last seen behind neighboring stores. Officers were able to locate the suspect with the assistance of loss prevention from the victim store. The suspect had changed his hat and shirt and had hidden the previously worn clothing with some of the stolen items behind a planter area. The suspect was read his Miranda warning and he waived his rights, admitting to the theft and stating that he had given the speakers to a friend. The suspect was arrested and released with charges pending. The theft was captured on store surveillance cameras.
 
DRUNKENNESS — 140 AV NE
Officers investigated the report of a man asleep on a bus. Officers found a man slumped over seats on the bus. The man was unresponsive and paramedics responded and transported him to Evergreen Medical Center for detox.
 
LARCENY — NE 171 ST
Unknown suspect(s) cut the chain locks and stole two bicycles from the victim’s carport.  
 
TRESPASS — NE 175 ST
Officers issued a no-trespass warning to a subject at management request.