Police Beat - Dec. 23, 2013

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Reports

LARCENY – 18800 block of 142 CT NE.

Unknown suspect(s) stole a knife and sunglasses from the victim’s unlocked vehicle.

LARCENY – 13400 block of NE 175 ST.

The victim reported the delayed theft of a generator and chainsaw from his company vehicle while it was parked in the business lot.


Officers investigated a one-car accident in which the driver was believed to be under the influence of drugs/alcohol. He was processed for DUI and released pending charges.

RECOVERY, AUTO –15800 block of NE 195 ST.

Police responded to a welfare check on subjects sleeping in a vehicle parked partially in the roadway. The female passenger was arrested for outstanding warrants and the vehicle was impounded pending a search warrant for narcotics. The vehicle was believed to have been stolen which was later confirmed.

ATTEMPT AUTO THEFT – 17800 block of 130 AVE NE.

The victim reported unknown suspects cut the lock from the post, gaining entry onto the car lot where they stole a BMW. The suspects attempted to steal two additional vehicles but were unsuccessful. Video surveillance of the theft and vandalism was provided.

THEFT, AUTO – 14000 block of NE 181.

The victim reported his car stolen from his apartment parking lot.

FRAUD – 17400 block of 131 AVE NE.

Officers met with a victim who reported selling his Xbox to a young male and then found the cash in the envelope was actually counterfeit photocopied 20-dollar bills. The victim gave the license plate information to police who contacted the suspect at his home. The suspect initially denied any involvement but later gave up the Xbox for return to the victim. The victim did not want to assist with any prosecution.


The victim called 911 to report he had been robbed by a black male with a knife who demanded money from him while he was working under the hood of his car in the parking lot. The victim gave up a small amount of cash and the suspect ran off to a nearby apartment complex. The victim was uncooperative and the suspect was not found.

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