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Police Beat - Nov. 18, 2013

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Reports

BURGLARY – 14100 NE 190 St. Unknown suspect(s) forced entry into a building under renovation and once inside drilled out the padlocks and pried open the large tool boxes taking numerous tools.

LARCENY – 17700 140 AVE NE.

A male suspect grabbed a blue sweatshirt from the display and left without paying.

VANDALISM – 14400 NE WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD.

Unknown suspect(s) drove a vehicle into the victim’s yard and damaged a large titanium ring that held a "Private Property, No Trespassing" sign. 

THEFT, AUTO – 20300 156 AVE NE

The victim’s Yamaha FZ-1 motorcycle was stolen from the side of the residence.

BURGLARY – 17900 164 AVE NE.

Unknown suspect(s) kicked open the front door of the victim’s residence and once inside ransacked every room taking numerous items, including jewelry, tools and electronics.

LARCENY – 20100 134 AVE NE.

Unknown suspect(s) smashed the front passenger window on victim’s vehicle and removed a computer, IPAD and wallet from inside.

FIRE INVESTIGATION, ACCIDENTAL – 12400 NE 149 ST.

Units responded to a structure fire that was contained to the stove. 

FORGED PRESCRIPTIONS –17000 140 AVE NE.

A female suspect attempted to fill a fraudulent prescription but fled the area when questioned by the pharmacist. 

LARCENY – 14300 NE 145TH ST.

A package containing electronics was taken from the shipping office as it was awaiting delivery.

LARCENY, BIKE – 17831 131 AVE NE

The victim reported he had located his previously reported stolen bike at a restaurant with suspects riding it. The investigation resulted in the bicycle being recovered and suspect information was obtained.

LARCENY – 14100 NE 183.

Unknown suspect(s) stole four sets of rims and tires from the victim’s vehicle inside a secured parking garage.

LARCENY, BIKE – 14100 NE 183 ST.  The victim reported his white Cannondale bicycle with red lettering was stolen along with

the lock from the bike rack in the gated parking garage.

Police Beat - Nov. 11, 2013

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Reports

FRAUD -12700 NE 156 ST.

Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s mail and made fraudulent internet charges on a stolen debit card.

LARCENY -12400 NE 160 ST.

The victim reported a wood bench stolen from his front porch.

LARCENY -13100 NE 203 PL.

Unknown suspect(s) prowled the victim’s unlocked car and stole a handgun. 

LARCENY -13100 NE 203 PL.

The victim reported her front passenger side window smashed and her IPOD and GPS were stolen. 

LARCENY –17700 GARDEN WY NE.

Two male suspects stole an Apple ipad mini and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from the wall display and ran out of the store, leaving in dark vehicle. Video is available.

LARCENY - NE 178 ST / 12600 BLK.

Officers on routine patrol investigated a suspicious vehicle and found they had just interrupted a gas theft in progress.  Three suspects were identified with charges sent to the Woodinville prosecutor.

LARCENY -13800 NE 175 ST.

The business reported six vehicles had gas siphoned from the tanks.

LARCENY -19800 136 AV NE.

The victim reported unknown suspect(s) stole her blue smart phone after she had set it on a table at school.

LARCENY -14100 NE 179 ST.

Unknown suspect(s) gained access to the interior of victim’s vehicle and removed the jack from the hatchback using it to lift the car and remove all 4 tires and wheels. 

ACCIDENT, D.U.I. - 14600 BLK NE 145 ST.

Officers responded to a single vehicle accident and found an intoxicated driver had driven through the roundabout.  The vehicle was impounded and the driver processed for DUI and released pending charges.

LARCENY - 13900 NE MILL PL.

A male suspect stole two Galaxy S4 Cell phones from the display case by cutting the tether connecting the phones.

Police Beat - Nov. 4, 2013

  • Written by from Woodinville Police Dept.

• BURGLARY, COMM., N/F-15900 WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD NE.

Unknown suspect(s) gained access to the secure business yard and office through unknown means and removed a safe.

• LARCENY, TFA -250 –14500 NE NORTH WOODINVILLE WAY.

The victim reported gasoline stolen from two vehicles parked in the company parking lot.

• LARCENY, TFB -250 -14000 NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD.

Unknown suspect(s) removed a product scanner that had been left in a cart inside the store.

• BURGLARY, COMM., N/F -14100 NE 181 PL.

The victim reported she found the door to her office ajar and a computer and printer missing. No forced entry was found.  

• LARCENY, TFA -250 –14100 NE 181 PL.

Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole the integrated camera that had been connected to her interlock device.

• LARCENY, TFA +250 -18800 142ND CT NE.

The victim reported a kindle fire, CDs, medications, alcohol and a bag of change stolen from her unlocked vehicle.

• BURGLARY, RES., N/F - 13300 NE 186 ST.

Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence through a rear unlocked door; rummaged drawers and stole electronics, a football jersey, two computers, a handbag and a check book.

• PROWLER, VEHICLE -19400 144 AV NE.

The victim reported unknown suspect(s) cut the lock from a fence and rummaged through a vehicle. No loss was reported.

•LARCENY, TFA -250 -18600 WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH RD.

The victim reported her driver’s side window smashed and a bag of clothing stolen from inside.

Police Beat October 28, 2013

  • Written by By Maggie Inahara

SOMEBODY STOLE MY FUN

Burglars entered a residence in the 19700 block of 131st Place NE and made off with just about every form of wholesome entertainment one could imagine, including electronics, paintball guns, Xbox, clothing, an assault pack, marijuana and a rifle. The Woodinville Detective is investigating.

OPEN SEASON ON AUTOS

Car burglars struck far and wide, plundering a plethora of prizes including a backpack, duffel bag, computer, camera, clothing, hand gun, glasses, cash, empty medicine bottles, a phone charger and the Pièce de résistance: cookbooks.

In another case, thieves made off with the entire truck, removing it from the victim’s business parking lot, stripping it of its engine and accessories, and unceremoniously dumping the carcass in East King County.

YOU MUST BE THIS TALL TO RIDE

A group of amateur crooks apparently got bored with their Tonka trucks and bulldozers and took their play up a notch by breaking into a construction trailer.  They proceeded to move several tools and heavy equipment around in an attempt to steal them, but were unsuccessful.  They then went after the grand prize, attempting to make off with a forklift.

They were also unsuccessful in that endeavor, damaging it in the effort.

At some point they realized that these were all toys for big boys and snatched a couple of laptop computers, presumably to resume their escapades in the virtual world.

ROAD RUFFIANS

Some people may claim confusion about entering, leaving and yielding right-of-way in roundabouts, but nobody can claim befuddlement about the proper course of action after rear-ending someone, whether in a roundabout or not. 

A large, blue SUV-type vehicle rammed the victim from behind in the roundabout at the 14400 block of 148th NE, causing injury, and fled the scene. 

The suspect vehicle is believed to have front end damage

In another case of bad road behavior, a traffic altercation in the 12800 block of NE 175th ended with one of the drivers being punched in the face.  The responding officer is investigating.

Police Beat - Oct. 21, 2013

  • Written by from Woodinville Police Dept.

TRESPASS - 17600 GARDEN WY NE

A trespass warning was issued at the request of management to a subject found in the bathroom washing his feet and suspected of doing narcotics. 

ROBBERY, CHAIN STORE – 19200 WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD NE

The victim reported he was robbed by a male suspect while opening the safe in the office. The suspect struck the victim on the head, demanded the cash bags and fled in a dark colored Ford Ranger pickup with a ladder rack.

• BURGLARY, COMM. -17300 140 AVE NE

The victim reported a burglary to the business when he found the cash from the register and safe missing. There was no forced entry and the business was found locked and secure when he discovered the loss.  

• LARCENY - Various locations

Four victims reported the theft of gasoline from their parked vehicles throughout the week.

• LARCENY - 20400 134 AVE NE

The victim reported the theft of a postal package from her doorstep. The theft was captured on video surveillance showing a white male in dark clothes and ball cap taking the package.

• DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED -  Various locations

Traffic stops during the week resulted in two drivers being cited and released pending charges for driving while license suspended/revoked.

• FORGERY (DOCUMENTS, COURT PAPERS, ETC) - 18000 GARDEN WY

The victim business reported an unknown suspect made a purchase using a counterfeit $20 bill.   

• VANDALISM -13300 NE 175

Unknown suspect(s) damaged the combination locks on the business doors by filling them with super glue.

• LARCENY -250 -12800 NE 170 LN

Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and prowled the inside taking a set of house and auto keys and the vehicle registration.

• BURGLARY, RES. - 17600 159 AVE NE

Officers investigated a residential burglary where unknown suspects made forced entry and ransacked the unoccupied residence.

A secured gun safe was pried open and two weapons along with costume jewelry were stolen. Officers recovered a pried safe that had been taken from the residence and abandoned in a remote area of southeast Snohomish County.

• LARCENY - 14000 NE 181

Officers worked together with Bothell PD investigating vehicle prowls where two suspects wanted to return the items they stole. The suspects were driven around the city, identifying which vehicles they prowled.

The stolen/recovered property was returned to the owners and both suspects were booked into jail.

• LARCENY, S/L +250 - 13900 NE 178 PL 

Store security attempted to stop a male suspect with a cart full of electronics that he had not paid for.

Witnesses were able to supply the officers with the license plate on the suspect vehicle.

Surveillance video is available of the incident.