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Police Beat - Dec. 9, 2013

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

• LARCENY – 17600 GARDEN WAY NE

Suspect steals sandwich and attempts to flee on bicycle but is arrested.

• AUTO THEFT –15100 WOODINVILLE –REDMOND RD

Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s Toyota truck from his workplace. It was recovered the same day a short distance away, however it was missing its rims and tires.  Another truck was reported stolen from the recovery site.

• PHONE THREATS –14000 NE WOODINVILLE -DUVALL RD.

After being fired from his job, an employee made threats to kill his supervisor over the phone by texting.  He was arrested and booked into jail. 

• VANDALISM – 13900 NE 178th PL.

The victim reported her door lock broken on her vehicle. No entry was made.

• LARCENY – 14000 NE 175TH ST.

A male suspect putting on gloves and concealing a crowbar in his jacket was seen by witnesses prying open the propane locker outside the gas station and stealing six propane tanks. The incident is being investigated by the Woodinville detective.

• LARCENY – 18200 142 AVE NE.

The victim reported a small amount of ammunition stolen from his outdoor apt. storage locker.

• MAIL THEFT –13500 NE 200th St.

The victim reported her UPS delivery stolen from her front porch.

• BURGLARY – 20200 149th PL NE

Unknown suspect(s) kicked in the front door of the victim’s home and stole jewelry, coins, liquor and a pistol. The Woodinville detective is investigating.

• DUI – 12800 WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD.

A male driver was pulled over for doing "doughnuts" in the roadway. He was processed for DUI and later released.

• LARCENY – 18600 WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD.

The victim reported his lock cut from his locker and all of his belongings stolen while he was swimming.

• LARCENY – 14100 NE 179TH ST.

The victim’s unlocked car was entered and his backpack with wallet was stolen.

• BURGLARY – 14000 NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD.

The victim business reported 10 propane tanks were stolen from the outdoor cabinet.

• BURGLARY – 16100 NE 198TH ST.

A neighbor reported to police an unfamiliar vehicle in the driveway of his neighbor’s home.  Police responded and arrested two females in the car and a male exiting the home. The vehicle was impounded for a search warrant and all three suspects were booked into jail for investigation of burglary. The Woodinville detective is investigating.

Police Beat - Dec. 2, 2013

  • Written by from City of Woodinville Police Reports

• LARCENY – 16500 126 AVE NE.

Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole a flashlight.

• LARCENY – 14700 125 AVE NE.

Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole a duffle bag filled with various items, leaving behind a gray fleece jacket.

• DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED – various locations

Officers stopped two subjects for traffic violations throughout the week who had suspended/revoked driving licenses. Both subjects were placed under arrest, processed and released with citations pending charges.

• LARCENY – 14700 129 AVE NE.

The victim reported two Nikon digital cameras and a briefcase were stolen out of his unlocked vehicle.

• PROWLER, VEHICLE – 14000 NE 181 ST.

The victim’s locked vehicle was entered by unknown means and prowled with no loss.

• LARCENY – 18200 142 AVE NE.

The victim’s golf clubs and iPad were stolen from his unlocked vehicle.  

• LARCENY – 13500 NE 175 ST.

Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole an iPad. 

• LARCENY – 18600 WOODINVILLE- SNOHOMISH RD NE.

Three victims reported their vehicle windows were shattered and items taken from inside. Loss ranged from a briefcase, a purse and contents and a bag of groceries. 

• CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION – NE 176 ST / 131 AVE NE.

Officers stopped a vehicle on traffic and arrested and booked the passenger for outstanding warrants and possession of methamphetamine.

• THEFT, AUTO – 13900 NE 178 PL.

Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s maroon Nissan Pathfinder from the parking lot while she was at work. No sign of forced entry was found.

Police Beat - Nov. 25, 2013

  • Written by Police Beat - Nov. 25, 2013

• BURGLARY – 14200 NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD.

Unknown suspect(s) forced entry into a vacant business through the roof and then gained access into the adjoining business. Cash, cell phones and other electronics were stolen. Surveillance video from a nearby business was obtained.

• LARCENY –14200 NE 193 PL.

Five vehicles in the neighborhood were prowled after windows were smashed and valuables stolen from inside. 

• LARCENY – 12200 NE WOODINVILLE DR.

The victim reported thefts of gasoline, auto parts and a propane tank from the business over the past month.

•  LARCENY–17600 WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD.

A white male wearing a black hoodie and jeans was seen breaking into the victim’s vehicle and stealing a wallet. He left in a silver Audi prior to the police arriving.

• LARCENY – 14100 NE 183 ST.

The victim’s gray Specialized Camber Mountain Bike was stolen from the locked bicycle rack at his secure apartment garage.

• ELDERLY OR DEPENDENT ABUSE - 12400 173 PL NE.

A caretaker stole a resident’s debit card and withdrew cash from the victim’s account without consent or knowledge.  

• LARCENY – 15400 NE 176 PL NE.

The victim reported spare change and the garage door opener stolen from his unlocked vehicle.

• LARCENY – 19600 131 PL NE.

The victim reported her car prowled and a CD/MP3 player and Garmin GPS were stolen.

• BURGLARY – 17100 140 AVE. NE. 

A church employee called police after confronting a suspect inside trying to steal food. Police later found a broken window.  Detectives are investigating a potential suspect.

• LARCENY – 13900 NE 178 PL.

Unknown suspect(s) used a magnetic key to disarm the security tags on high price items in order to steal them. Video captured the theft showing the suspects leaving in a dark hatchback vehicle.

• LARCENY – 14500 WOODINVILLE REDMOND RD. 

Six victims in the tourist district reported their cars prowled with smashed windows and valuable personal items stolen from inside.

• LARCENY – 14600 124 PL NE.

The victim reported unknown suspect(s) removed a black canvas computer bag from his unlocked vehicle while parked in his driveway.

• LARCENY – 16300 124 PL NE.

The victim reported unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle and stole a radio controlled truck, a radar detector and an IPOD. The suspect(s) left behind an art supply set in the backseat.

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.