DUI — NE 178TH PL Officers stopped a vehicle on traffic charges and found that the driver showed signs of intoxication. The driver was placed under arrest after failing a field sobriety test. The driver was taken to the police department where he was processed and transported to King County Jail.
LARCENY — WOOD.-REDMOND RD NE Unknown suspect(s) removed the victim’s unlocked bicycle from his bike rack on his vehicle.
BURGLARY — NE 175 ST Victim reported he returned home to find a newer model black Chevy Avalanche with an extra cab parked in his driveway. The victim entered his residence to find a slender, white man, 6 feet tall, approximately 20 years of age, with “coal black” hair, moustache and possibly goatee, wearing a black t-shirt, black jeans and utility shoes, going through his drawers in his bedroom. The unknown suspect advised the victim he was looking for stuff. The suspect was last seen running out of the house and leaving in the Chevy pickup. The investigation revealed that the suspect had broken out the glass panel on a door and reached inside to unlock the door and enter the residence, where he ransacked several rooms.
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — VARIOUS LOCATIONS Throughout the week officers arrested two separate subjects operating motor vehicles while their driver’s licenses were suspended/revoked. Both subjects were cited and released.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR — 139 AV NE Officers contacted a man sleeping in his vehicle who was found to have outstanding warrants for theft. The warrants were confirmed and the man was transported to King County Jail.
FRAUD — 124 CT NE Unknown suspect(s) used victim’s personal information without knowledge or consent to file a fraudulent tax return.
LARCENY — 136 AV NE School resource officers investigated a case where a student possibly sold another student’s stolen cell phone to an innocent third party. The case is under investigation.
ASSAULT, FOURTH DEGREE — NE 146 PL Officers responded to a domestic violence assault call where the suspect had assaulted the victim but resisted being taken into custody. Officers deployed a taser and the suspect was taken into custody without further incident. Officers transported the suspect to King County Jail.
IDENTITY THEFT — 156 AV NE Unknown suspect(s) used victim’s personal information without consent or knowledge to open and make fraudulent charges on several different credit cards.
LARCENY — GARDEN WY NE Loss prevention detained a male suspect who had concealed merchandise and exited the store without first paying. The man was placed under arrest and released with a citation and a no-trespass warning.
IDENTITY THEFT — 143 PL NE Unknown suspect(s) used victim’s personal information without consent or knowledge to open and make fraudulent charges on several different credit cards.
PROPERTY, LOST — 140 AVE NE Unknown suspect(s) removed victim’s wallet containing credit cards and identification out of her purse while she was at work.
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION — GARDEN WAY NE Officer was conducting a business check and noticed a man sleeping in a stall of the men’s room at the business. The man had sores covering his hands consistent with those of an IV drug user. The officer was able to rouse the man, who lied about his identity. Officers discovered his true name and discovered he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. In a search incident to arrest, officers recovered multiple syringes and several prescription pills for which the man did not have a prescription. The man was arrested for the outstanding warrant and investigation of Violation of the Uniformed Controlled Substances Act. The male is 26 years old and gives a last known address in Bothell. He was arrested and booked into jail.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR — GARDEN WAY NE An officer was conducting an area check and found a man passed out lying on the pavement on his side. The officer roused the man who became very belligerent and hostile. The man was ultimately arrested for an outstanding criminal trespass warrant. In a search of his backpack incident to arrest, officers recovered a hatchet, crowbar and 8” fixed blade knife. In a search of the suspect’s clothing, they recovered two additional folding knives. The 23-year-old suspect lists his home as Kirkland.
IDENTITY THEFT — 128 CT NE Unknown suspect(s) used victim’s personal information in an attempt to obtain a line of credit and open two credit cards without the victim’s knowledge or consent. All of the fraudulent activity was denied. The three credit reporting agencies were contacted and fraud alerts were placed.