FORGERY, CHECKS – 156TH PL NE According to the victim he checked his account and noticed that a check had been written on his account for a large amount. He does not know the person the check was written to. This case has been assigned for follow-up.
OPERATOR’S LICENSE VIOLATION Over the course of the week three subjects were cited for driving with suspended licenses.
THEFT, AUTO – 144TH AVE NE According to the victim sometime overnight unknown suspect(s) stole his vehicle.
VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN – 142ND AVE NE Deputies recovered a vehicle stolen from Bothell.
DUI – NE 180TH ST/ 132ND AVE NE Deputies responded to numerous 911 calls reporting a hit and run. A witness followed the suspect in her car and called 911 when the car stopped. The female suspect was arrested for Investigation of DUI and Hit and Run.
TRESPASS – 140TH AVE NE Two subjects living in a motorhome were asked to leave the property multiple times before police were called and formally trespassed them from the property.
TRESPASS – NE MILL PL Female trespassed from business after placing unpaid candy in her purse.
ASSAULT – WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD Deputies responded to numerous 911 calls of three males fighting. Ultimately, two males were arrested and booked into the King County Jail.
TRESPASS – NE 175TH ST Deputies were called by management to trespass a male who had been asked to leave the day before. The male had spit on the floor and refused to leave. On this date the same male returned and the business asked that he be formally trespassed. The male was formally trespassed and given a courtesy ride to the park and ride.
THREATS – 144TH AVE NE Deputies were called to investigate threats between employee’s. The incident happened the week prior. The reporting party wanted a case for documentation.
VANDALISM – NE 195TH ST Graffiti painted on exterior school walls.
TRESPASS – NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD Management asked that a woman be trespassed from the business. The woman was asked to leave on multiple occasions but refused. According to management the suspect is “very disrespectful while in the store and basically uses the back drop off area to get rid of normal garbage.”
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, FORCED ENTRY – WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH ROAD Unknown suspect(s) threw a rock breaking out a small window to gain access to the business. It does not appear as though anything is missing.
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PL Deputies responded to the store and contacted a male who had stolen numerous items. In a search incident to arrest the deputy recovered suspected methamphetamine and a syringe.
VANDALISM – NE 190TH ST The victim returned to his car and discovered deep scratches in the paint on both sides of his car.
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PL Deputies responded to the store and contacted a female who had stolen numerous items. She was cited and released.
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 156TH PLACE NE Unknown suspect(s) entered the victims unlocked truck and stole numerous items.
THEFT, VEHICLE – 140TH LN NE Unknown suspect(s) stole the victims locked car.
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO Unknown suspect(s) stole a bicycle from the bed of the victim’s pickup truck.
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 142ND AVE NE A deputy was driving through the parking lot and noticed a broken-out window. He contacted the owner who said that four weeks’ prior unknown suspect(s) broke out the window and stole items from the car.
THEFT, AUTO – GARDEN WAY Unknown suspect(s) stole truck.
MENTAL COMPLAINTS – NE 183RD ST. Woodinville Police were dispatched to a report of a “man down” with his eyes rolling into the back of his head. A deputy arrived to find that Woodinville Fire was on the scene. A male was sitting on the sidewalk speaking with the medics. The male told the deputy he was out on a “spiritual walk.” The male went on to say that he was “telepathically speaking with his daughter who lives in Lake Forest Park and with Jesus.” At one point, the man claimed to be Jesus. Based upon the first responder’s observations it was clear that the man was under the influence of drugs and/or had mental health concerns. He was unable to provide an address for himself. At times, the male was slow and unfocused but would escalate to hostile and aggressive. Based upon the totality of circumstances, the deputy found the male to be a danger to himself or others. The deputy involuntarily committed the male who was subsequently transported to the hospital for treatment.
VANDALISM – 142ND AVE NE Deputies responded to a 911 call. The reporting party stated that her son had kicked in the door to their apartment. When the deputies arrived, they found the adult son. He was standing next to a sliding glass door of another unit staring at the door. He wasn’t saying anything nor was he moving. Ultimately, the male was arrested without incident and transported and booked into the King County Jail for investigation of vandalism. This is the same male described in the mental complaints call above.
VANDALISM – 142ND AVE NE The victim states that he parks his work vehicle at his residence. In the morning, he discovered that sometime overnight unknown suspect(s) had damaged his windshield, possibly with a BB gun. He found nine chip marks.
LARCENY – 135TH AVE NE Unknown suspect(s) stole items from a construction site.
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – NE 175TH ST Male driver was cited for driving with a suspended license.
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE WOODINVILLE-DUVAL ROAD A male concealed items and left the store without paying. He was cited and released.
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, FORCED ENTRY – 131ST AVE NE Unknown suspect(s) made entry into the locked and fenced construction site and stole generators and power tools.
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD Unknown suspect(s) broke out the front window of the victim’s car to steal her purse which was in the car. The victim was already receiving alerts that the credit cards were being used.
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 131ST AVE NE Unknown suspect(s) entered the victims pickup truck through the rear passenger canopy window and stole miscellaneous tools.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE – NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD Two juvenile girls reported that a male in his late 20’s, or early 30’s, began looking at the girls inside the store. The girls made their purchases and left the store. Once outside the male, drove up to them in a gray van. According to the girls the man was hanging partially out of the van and asked them numerous times if they wanted a ride. The girls ran from the area and made it safely home.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY – 131ST AVE NE A deputy was on routine patrol when he observed a suspicious occupied car. The deputy contacted the occupants. Ultimately, one male was arrested for an outstanding Department of Corrections Felony No Bail Warrant for Escaping Community Release. He was booked into the King County Jail without incident.
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PL A juvenile female attempted to steal approximately $300 worth of cosmetics. She was charged and released to her mother.
FRAUD – WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH ROAD Police were called to this retirement community to investigate multiple reports of fraud. The reporting party stated that he had received multiple reports of cash and credit cards missing from patient’s rooms over the past few months. Following their investigation, the police ultimately identified and arrested a woman who worked as a nursing assistant at the facility. The woman is faced multiple counts of theft, fraud, burglary etc.
THEFT, AUTO – NE 181ST PLACE The victim reported that sometime overnight unknown suspect(s) stole his motorcycle. TRESPASS – 140TH AVE NE The management asked that a subject be trespassed after sitting in the restaurant for over an hour without buying anything.
DISTURBANCE – 168TH AVE NE The reporting party called 911 to report that a resident was yelling and awakening other campers. When the deputy arrived, he heard a male yelling inside the tent. Ultimately, the male said that he wanted to leave and the deputy gave him a ride to catch a bus elsewhere.
DISTURBANCE, FAMILY – 142ND AVE. NE Deputies responded to a 911 call concerning a report of a loud argument. When they arrived, they could hear the argument from the street. From outside the deputies could hear two women arguing about drugs and getting “ripped off”. The deputies knocked at the door and a woman asked who was there. The deputies identified themselves at which point the partially opened door was slammed shut and the occupants of the apartment refused further communication.
THEFT, AUTO – 144TH AVE NE Several victims had their cars prowled while at the business for repair. One car was stolen.
THEFT, AUTO – GARDEN WAY Unknown suspect(s) stole the victims locked car.
VANDALISM – 144TH AVE NE Building was tagged in neon pink and green.
TRESPASS – 130TH AVE NE Intoxicated male forgot to pay for items and was asked by the management to be trespassed from the property. The subject refused to sign the trespass form and said he wanted to go back to Seattle. He was given a ride to the Park and Ride.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY - NE 175TH ST. A Woodinville deputy was conducting an area check and contacted a male who had an outstanding felony warrant. He was booked into the King County Jail.
FRAUD – NE 175TH ST The victim reported that her wallet was stolen out of her purse while she was eating. The victim’s credit/debit cards were used within minutes as a nearby store to purchase approximately $4,000 dollars’ worth of gift cards.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE – NE 183RD A witness called to report a possible bike theft in progress. The witness said that she saw two black males with white bandannas over their faces taking bikes out of the secured parking garage. The witness said she saw the males leaning over the bike rack, heard a “pop” at which point the males looked up and saw her. They each left with a bike out a nearby door. A deputy saw a male leaving the area east up to a trail which leads out to NE 185th St. One of the deputies ran up the trail and found a bike laying in the middle of the trail. A second bike was recovered just outside the door.
BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL, NON- FORCED ENTRY – 130TH PL NE Suspect gained entry through an unlocked window, set off alarm and left without taking anything.
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED – NE 195TH/WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH ROAD The driver was stopped for using her cell phone while driving. The driver stated that she had a previous DUI and was driving with a suspended license.
ROBBERY, CHAIN STORE – 140TH AVE NE Deputies responded to a disturbance call. When they arrived, they were told by bystanders that an unknown male was being chased and was last seen running behind the McDonalds parking lot. A Woodinville Deputy quickly located the situation. Further investigation revealed that a male had stolen the tip jar from a business and when the workers confronted the suspect he punched one of the men in the neck. The suspect a 38-year-old Woodinville man was arrested and booked into the King County Jail.
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, ATTEMPT – WOODINVILLE DUVAL ROAD A Sergeant was on routine patrol at approximately 3:30 a.m. when he saw a small pick-up truck pulled in front of the front glass doors facing east. The Sergeant knew the business was closed and slowed to get a better look. He saw a male running from what looked like broken glass doors and get into the pick-up. A second male got into the passenger side. The Sergeant confirmed that the front doors of the business had been broken out and then attempted to stop the truck. The Sergeant was in a fully marked patrol car and his emergency lights and siren were on. The truck failed to stop and a pursuit followed. At one point, a Woodinville deputy could conduct a Pursuit Immobilization Technique on the suspects truck ultimately disabling the truck. The two suspects were then taken into custody without incident. One of the suspects was wearing a ski mask around his neck, had on mechanic gloves, with latex gloves underneath. A third male was able to escape on foot. The truck was recovered and was an unreported stolen vehicle out of Everett. One of the suspects had outstanding warrants and was featured on Washington’s Most Wanted an Everett ATM burglary. Both suspects were booked into the King County Jail.