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Police Beat - May 5, 2014

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

BURGLARY, RES. — 13200 BLK 205 ST.
Unknown suspect(s) used a ladder to access the second story window, broke the window and entered the residence. Once inside the suspect(s) stole a safe.
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT +$250  — 13300 BLK NE 175 ST.
A white male entered the business and picked up bridles, horse blankets and quick wrap and left the store without paying for the items.
LARCENY, BIKE — 14200 BLK NE 181 PL.
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s specialized mountain bike from an open access porch.
LARCENY — 17800 BLK146 AVE. NE
The victim claims his ex-roommates or their friends took his medication, cell phones and wallet while he was away at work.
OBSTRUCTING AN OFFICER — GARDEN WY NE / NE 175 ST.
Officers attempted to identify a male for smoking in the bus shelter. When asked for his ID, the man tried to run away and then fought with the officers. He was booked into the King County Jail for obstructing a law enforcement officer.
FRAUD, — 13200 BLK NE 192 ST.
Unknown suspect(s) made numerous fraudulent charges on the victim’s debit card.
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT - $250 — 13900 BLK NE 178 PL.
Two black females filled a diaper bag with baby products and left the store without paying for the merchandise and fled in a black Chevrolet Tahoe.
BURGLARY, COMM. — 19000 BLK WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH RD.
Officers responded to an audible alarm at a business to find the gate had been rammed resulting in a broken latch and lock. A license plate was found at the scene that was taken as evidence. The detective is investigating.
ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE (FELONY FLIGHT) — NE 171 ST. / 140 AVE. NE
Officers attempted to stop a large pickup truck with a ladder rack pulling a large dump trailer driving without headlights at night. The driver refused to stop and attempted to elude officers as he sped away at high rate of speed, traveling into the opposite lane of traffic, driving in a reckless manner. The officer terminated the pursuit for safety reasons. The investigation later revealed that the towed trailer was stolen.
VANDALISM — 19000 BLK162 AVE. NE
Unknown suspect(s) smashed driveway lamps on five homes on the block.

Police Beat - April 28, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

ARSON CONFIRMED — 19500 BLK 136 AVE. NE
Police and Fire responded to a fire in the women’s bathroom at the park. Police identified three suspects who later admitted to starting the fire.

IDENTITY THEFT — MULTIPLE LOCATIONS
Victims reported income tax filing had been rejected by the IRS because fraudulent returns had already been filed in their names.

BURGLARY, RES. — 15200 BLK OF NE 177TH DR.
Unknown suspect(s) broke a second floor window of the victim’s residence and stole jewelry and electronics.

AUTO THEFT — 12200 NE WOODINVILLE DR.
Unknown suspect(s) stole a company van from the parking lot of the victim business.

BURGLARY, RES. — 14200 BLK OF NE 177th ST.
The victim reported her children’s passports, birth certificates, medical documents and photos stolen from inside her unlocked apartment. There were no signs of forced entry and the victim believes her ex-husband may be involved.

LARCENY, SHOPLIFT — 13900 BLK OF NE 178TH PL.
Male and female suspects were identified by store video for stealing liquor from the victim business. Police are investigating.

FRAUD — 14100 BLK OF NE 183RD ST.
An unknown suspect used the victim’s personal information to obtain a line of credit at the Redmond Target store.

LARCENY — MULTIPLE LOCATIONS
1) The victim reported both front windows of her vehicle shattered and her wallet stolen from inside. 2) A male suspect is seen on store video stealing baby formula from the victim business. 3) The victim business reported cash deposits missing from the lock box over a one-month time period. 4) The victim reported her wallet stolen from inside her purse while inside the business.

BURGLARY, COMM. — 19200 BLK OF WOOD.-SNO. RD.
Unknown suspect(s) stole the rims and tires from a new vehicle of the secured storage area of the victim business.

LARCENY — 14000 BLK OF NE 175TH ST.
The victim reported her wallet stolen out of her purse after receiving assistance from an unidentified female while shopping.

Police Beat - April 21, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

THEFT, AUTO — 19400 WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD.
Unknown suspects cut the padlock and chain on the parking lot gate and stole the victim’s Ford F250 pickup.

BURGLARY, COMM. — 19000 WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD.
Officers responded to an audible alarm on a business where unknown suspect(s) had pried open the front door and taken generators from the display rack.

VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN — 14200 NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD.
Officers investigated a male sleeping in a stolen vehicle. The owner was contacted and he advised he had not given the male consent to be in possession of his vehicle. The vehicle was released to the owner and the male was transported to King County Jail.

BURGLARY, COMM. — 17700 GARDEN WY NE.
Officers responded to a business audible alarm where unknown suspect(s) had broken out the front glass door and ransacked the interior taking items. Surveillance video will be reviewed for suspect information.

ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED — 18400 134 PL NE.
Officers responded to a disturbance call where a suspect used his hands and feet to assault two victims. The victims were transported to Evergreen Hospital for treatment and the suspect was transported to King County Jail.

FRAUD, ALL OTHER — 17300 133 AV NE.
Victim reported she had noticed an unauthorized charge on her credit card accounts that a known suspect had committed without consent or knowledge.

FRAUD, ALL OTHER — 19500 157 PL NE.
Unknown suspect(s) used victim’s social security number to file a fraudulent joint tax return according to the Internal Revenue Service website.

IDENTITY THEFT — 14600 126th AVE NE.
Victim reported she received a tax refund in her name and another subject’s name, but she had not yet filed her taxes.

LARCENY, BIKE -250 — 185700 134 PL NE.
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s unsecured Blue Novara mountain bike from the front porch of his residence.

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — 13400 NE 195 ST.
Officers arrested one subject during the week for operating a motor vehicle while their license was suspended/revoked. The subject was cited and released.

Police Beat - April 14, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

PROWLER, VEHICLE — 19800 BLK 136 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) smashed windows on two separate vehicles that were parked in the student lot.
 
LARCENY — 14200 NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD.
Unknown suspect(s) broke out passenger side windows on two separate vehicles with one victim reporting loss of a bag and contents.
 
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION — 13900 NE 178 PL.
Officers apprehended a suspect who had fled from a business after shoplifting. The suspect was found to be in possession of narcotics and had outstanding warrants and was booked into the King County Jail pending drug charges.
 
LARCENY — 12500 NE 157 ST.
Neighbors reported the license plate number of the suspect vehicle after seeing a male steal a package off the victim’s porch. Police are investigating.

HIT & RUN, UNOCCUPIED — 12600 NE WOODINVILLE DR.
Officers responded to a single car accident and found a truck had hit the side of a building. All occupants of the vehicle had fled the scene and the truck was impounded. Police are investigating the hit and run.
 
LARCENY — 13800 NE 175 ST.
Unknown suspect(s) smashed the driver’s window on the victim’s vehicle and stole a backpack and contents from the front passenger seat.
 
IDENTITY THEFT — 12900 NE 147TH PL.
Victim reported her information was possibly stolen after a reported database breach of records from the Seattle Archdiocese. She was advised by the IRS to make a police report.
 
VANDALISM — 18800 143RD CT NE.
Unknown suspects smashed the front windshield and rear passenger windows of the victim’s vehicle.

Police Beat - April 7, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

VANDALISM — NE 193 PL / 156 AV NE.
The victim called police to report his neighbor had slapped the phone out of his hand while he was trying to video tape her as she drove by him. The phone fell to the ground causing the glass to break.

FRAUD, ALL OTHER — 17700 134 AV NE.
An unknown suspect cashed the victim’s check without her knowledge.

MAIL THEFT — 18300 132 PL NE.
Unknown suspect(s) opened victim’s unlocked mailbox and stole the incoming mail.

LARCENY, TFB +250 — 17400 140 AV NE.
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s cell phone and medication from the dining table of the restaurant when he stepped away for a moment.

IDENTITY THEFT — 16000 NE 185TH ST.
The victim was notified by her bank that her credit card had been compromised.

LARCENY, TFA +250 — 18600 WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD NE.
Unknown suspect(s) smashed victim’s passenger window and stole her purse. Her credit cards were later used in Woodinville and Bothell. The investigation is ongoing.

LARCENY, TFA -250 — 14500 NE N WOODINVILLE WAY.
Unknown suspect(s) siphoned fuel out of two company vehicles.

BURGLARY, COMM., N/F — 16900 WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD NE.
Unknown suspect(s) gained access to the business and stole electronics from inside. No signs of forced entry were found.

LARCENY, TFA +250 — 19700 144 AV NE.
The victim reported tools and copper stolen from two company vehicles parked in a secure parking lot.

STOLEN LICENSE PLATES — VARIOUS LOCATIONS.
Two victims reported their license plates stolen from their respective vehicles.

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION — NE 175 ST / GARDEN WY NE.
Officers arrested a suspect for driving with a suspended license. Narcotics were found in his possession and his vehicle was impounded pending a search warrant. He was booked into King County Jail. The Woodinville detective is investigating.

VANDALISM — 17400 BLK 139 AV NE.
Unknown suspect(s) smeared white paint on a vehicle, walls, and windows at the location.

LARCENY, NSC +250 — 17800 140 AV NE.
The victim reported her Samsung tablet stolen from her purse while she rode the bus home from Seattle.

LARCENY, APA +250 — 15700 NE 198 ST
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s car stereo and damaged the dashboard in the process.