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Police Beat - Jan. 20, 2014

  • Written by from City of Woodinville Police Reports

LARCENY - 13900 BLOCK OF NE 178 PL.

An unknown male suspect attempted to steal three boxes of children’s trading cards from the business but was confronted in the parking lot where he dropped the goods and fled on foot.

LARCENY – 18600 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD NE.

The victim reported an ex-employee had returned a used outside product to her salon for in-store credit in order to pay for a spa service. .

BURGLARY – 15500 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD NE.

Unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the business and removed a computer from inside.

BURGLARY – 17600 BLOCK OF GARDEN WY NE.

Unknown suspect(s) smashed the glass front door of the business. Video surveillance captured a subject inside the theatre, however no loss was reported.

ACCIDENT, D.U.I. – 19700 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD.

Officers responded to a one-vehicle accident where the driver struck a power pole causing it to fall across the roadway. Power was out in the area for an extended period of time. The driver was arrested for DUI and booked into the King County Jail.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES – 18200 BLOCK OF 142 AVE NE.

Multiple residents reported seeing an electronic flying apparatus with red and green lights near their apartment complex late in the evening. The suspected "drone" was reported to have hovered by the building and "dive bombed" visitors.

Police Beat - Jan. 13, 2014

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

LARCENY – 19400 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH RD NE.

The victim reported her jewelry stolen by a family member and pawned at a local pawn shop. The jewelry was located and the detective is investigating the theft.

IDENTITY THEFT – 19400 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH RD.

Unknown suspect(s) opened bank accounts using the victim’s personal information without his knowledge and consent. The known fraudulent accounts were closed.

LARCENY – 16900 BLOCK OF 140 AVE NE.

The victim reported money stolen from her wallet inside her purse while she was at work.

ROBBERY, BANK – 14000 BLOCK OF NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD.

A male suspect wearing a grey hoodie, blue face mask and gloves entered the business and demanded money before fleeing the area on foot with the cash.

LARCENY – 13300 BLOCK OF NE 171 ST.

The victim reported both license plates stolen off his vehicle.

BURGLARY, COMM. – 17700 BLOCK OF GARDEN WY NE.

Officers responded to a business alarm where the front window had been broken out and multiple phones stolen from display shelves. Video surveillance of the suspects is available.

THEFT, AUTO – 13600 BLOCK OF NE 177 PL.

The rental truck was stolen from the business by smashing the outside key box and taking the keys.

LARCENY, – 19000 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD NE.

Unknown suspect(s) cut the fuel line and broke the locking gas caps to siphon gas from three company vehicles at the business complex. .

LARCENY – 18600 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD NE.

The victim reported her purse, wallet and cell phone were stolen from her locked vehicle. Subsequent fraudulent charges were made on the victim’s stolen debit card.

Police Beat - Jan. 6, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police

LARCENY – 14000 block of NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD.

An unknown suspect walked behind the counter at the customer service station while it was unoccupied and stole several cartons of cigarettes. The crime and suspect were captured on the business video surveillance.

STOLEN LICENSE PLATES – 14000 block of NE 181 PL.

Victim reported at an unknown time and place unknown suspect(s) removed the license plates off of his vehicle and replaced them with lost and stolen license plates. Officers seized the recovered license plates and placed them into the property room.

LARCENY – 13900 block of NE 178 PL.

Victim reported two suspects left the store with bags of merchandise and property without first paying. Officers were supplied suspect vehicle information and the investigation resulted in the suspects being identified and stolen property recovered.

LARCENY – 18600 block of WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD.

Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s Samsung Smartphone from an unsecured locker at the gym.

DUI – NE 177 PL / 134 AVE NE.

Officers made one arrest during the week for driving under the influence. The driver was processed and released with charges pending.

HIT & RUN – VARIOUS LOCATIONS

Officers investigated two hit and run accidents throughout the week. In one accident the suspect and vehicle left the scene and in the second accident the suspect left but returned to the scene.

PHONE CALLS, INDECENT OR NUISANCE (NOT THREATS) – 14300 block of NE 189 PL.

Unknown suspect(s) have been making nuisance computerized phone calls to victim at 3:30 a.m. every Monday morning for the past several months.

THEFT, OTHER VEHICLE – 14100 block of NE 183 ST.

Victim reported that unknown suspect(s) stole the EZ-GO electric golf cart out of a secured parking garage.

LARCENY – 17300 block of 131 AVE NE.

Unknown suspect(s) broke windows on two separate vehicles parked in a parking lot and stole items from inside the vehicles ranging from a clutch purse to a diaper bag and contents.

VANDALISM – 14100 block of WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD

Victim business had a large hole in the front lower window but entry was not made and no loss was reported.

Police Beat - Dec. 30, 2013

  • Written by Woodinville Police Deptartment

THEFT OF LICENSE PLATES – 17800 block of 140th AVE NE.

The rear license plate was stolen from the victim’s vehicle while at the park ’n ride.

AUTO THEFT – 18200 block of 142nd AVE NE.

Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s vehicle from the apartment complex.

BURGLARY – 17300 block of 135th AVE NE

The victim reported the front door kicked in on his vacant trailer in the park.

LARCENY – 14100 block of NE 183rd

The victim reported several packages stolen from her front doorway inside the apartment building while she was away.

A package with new shoes was found outside.

BURGLARY – 18900 block of 136th AVE NE.

The victim’s rear slider was smashed out and a big screen TV and a box of checks were stolen.

LARCENY – 18600 block of Woodinville-Snohomish Rd The victim’s car window was broken and a bag containing recently purchased gift cards was stolen from the front seat.

LARCENY – 13500 block of NE 190th Pl.

Unknown suspect(s) broke the victim’s car window and stole the GPS unit.

LARCENY – 17600 block of GARDEN WAY NE.

The victim reported her wallet stolen from her purse while shopping at the grocery store.

Her credit cards were used immediately after the theft at a nearby store. The detective is reviewing video surveillance.

BURGLARY – 16500 block of 126th AVE NE.

Unknown suspect(s) broke the back window with a rock and stole electronics, prescription meds and jewelry.

LARCENY – 18800 block of Woodinville-Snohomish Rd

The victim reported his car stereo, GPS and wallet with cash stolen from his unlocked vehicle.

VANDALISM – 12800 block of NE 175TH ST.

After asking a patron to leave the bar, the bartender was told by a witness that the suspect had kicked and keyed her car causing damage. Police located the suspect and booked him into jail for malicious mischief.

BURGLARY – 14000 block of NE 183RD ST.

Unknown suspects broke into the leasing office of the apartment complex and stole dozens of packages awaiting tenant pickup.

THEFT, AUTO – 18800 block of 142ND AVE NE

The victim reported the company utility trailer which had been locked to a pole was stolen overnight.

THEFT, AUTO – 13000 block of NE 175th St.

The victim reported he left two sets of keys for cars he dropped at the shop after hours for service and later found they had been stolen. The shop reports never having received the keys or the cars.

LARCENY – 13900 block of NE 178th

Police were called to the store after the victim learned her previously purchased gift cards were stolen by two suspects standing next to her in the check-out line.

Video surveillance shows two white male suspects near the victim, taking her envelope of gift cards and leaving [in] a VW Jetta with a Thule rack on top.

(On a side note, the officer responding bought the victim gas for her trip to Portland and purchased food for her children as she just lost all of her Christmas gifts).

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.

ACCIDENT, D.U.I. – NE WOODINVILLE WY / 142 AVE NE.

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.

ROBBERY, MISC – 14000 block of NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD

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.