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Police Beat - May 8, 2017

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

WELFARE CHECK – NE 189TH
Deputies checked on a male who was making suicidal statements to a friend. When initially contacted the male said he was fine but after further conversation deputies determined that he was a danger to himself and was transported to the hospital for treatment.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 140TH AVE NE
Deputies contacted a male who was subsequently arrested on an outstanding warrant for assault.
 
CITIZEN ASSIST, DISABLED MOTORIST – WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH RD
A deputy assisted the driver of a blocking disabled tractor trailer blocking the intersection.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD
Work vehicle broken into and misc. equipment was taken.
 
MENTAL COMPLAINTS – NE 175TH AND 132ND AVE NE
Deputies contacted an unresponsive female. The female was grabbing at a bag with a half full bottle of vodka. The female did not speak English and the language line was contacted and an interpreter was put on the phone with the woman. According to the interpreter the woman was being uncooperative, refusing to provide an address or any information on family etc…. ultimately due to her level of intoxication and her inability to care for herself she was transported to the hospital for treatment.
 
DRUNKENNESS – 148TH AVE NE
Deputies were called by concerned patrons to investigate two highly intoxicated females. When deputies arrived one of the females was intoxicated to the point where deputies believed for her own safety she should be transported to the hospital for treatment.
 
TRESPASS – NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD
Deputies responded to a report of a male lighting a can on fire. The male was contacted behind the store and had lit a roll of toilet paper in a car on fire. The fire was extinguished and the male was trespassed from the property.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – NE 171ST ST
According to the reporting party unknown suspect(s) entered the work van through the unlocked sliding door. The suspect(s) stole multiple hand tools.

Police Beat - May 1, 2017

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BURGLARY, COMM.
Unknown suspect(s) shattered front door to business and stole numerous items.
 
FRAUD – 203RD ST
Unknown suspect(s) opened numerous cell phone accounts using the business information. The business did not authorize anyone to use their information in this way.
 
ROBBERY, STRONG ARM – NE 156TH ST
According to the victim he was walking when he was approached by the suspect. The suspect demanded his wallet and when the victim refused the suspect punched him in the head. The victim states he fought back and the suspect took off with possibly a serious injury to his arm. The victim declined to prosecute.
 
PROWLER, VEHICLE – 144TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) entered unlocked vehicles and searched through the contents. It does not appear that anything was taken.
 
HIT AND RUN, UNOCCUPIED – GARDEN WAY NE
According to the victim he parked his car and when he returned a short time later found damage to the driver’s door.
 
LARCENY, BIKE – NE 171ST ST
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s bicycle from an outdoor bike storage area. The bike had been secured with a chain and padlock to a storage unit. No evidence of the chain and lock.
 
LARCENY, Taken From Auto – Woodinville Snohomish Road
Unknown suspect(s) removed property from a locked truck. Unknown how access was made.

Police Beat - April 24, 2017

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BURGLARY, RES., NON-FORCED – NE 148TH ST
The victim reports that an unknown male was on his back deck. The victim states that according to his video a white male, approximately 5’10”, 175 pounds, wearing a backwards baseball cap, entered an unlocked exterior closet. The male removed a can of bear mace and then walked up a second flight of stairs to a 2nd story deck area. The male walked around for a few moments then left the property carrying the mace. This is an active investigation.
 
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE – 140TH AVE NE
Police contacted a female who wanted to report a theft. The woman stated that she was living in her car on the property and that two other males, also living on the property in their respective cars, had been stealing parts off her car for the past year. The woman went on to report that the men had been replacing the parts with different parts. The woman was very paranoid and could not stay on topic. The deputy contacted one of the men in question and as he approached he saw the man with a gift card and razor blade. The man denied attempting to alter the gift card and said that he purchased the card at a nearby pawn shop. The male said he has not stolen anything from the woman. Case for information only.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – WOOD-REDMOND RD
The reporting party called 911 to report that a former employee was on site and was stealing property out of a company vehicle. According the RP he recognized the man as an employee they had fired the week prior for stealing cash from other employee’s in the staff workroom. The property was recovered and the suspect and his girlfriend who was also involved was cited for the theft.
 
FRAUD – NE 154TH ST
Fraud via Craig’slist where a check was issued by the suspect(s) in an amount greater than needed. The victim cashed the check, and put the overage on a gift card and sent to the suspect. The victim later found that the check bounced and as a result she was overdrawn.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY – NE WOODINVILLE DUVAL ROAD
The police were dispatched to a shoplifter in custody. During the course of the investigation it was determined that the female suspect also had outstanding warrants for dangerous drugs and theft 3rd. She was arrested and booked into the King County Jail without incident.
 
TRESPASS – WOODINVILLE –DUVALL ROAD
Deputies responded to the business to investigate a trespass/disturbance complaint. According to the reporting party the woman involved in this case was causing a disturbance inside the store and was refusing to leave. Deputies arrived and contacted the woman who stated she was having a panic attack. The woman appeared to have some mental health concerns as well.

VANDALISM – 131ST AVE
The victim reported that unknown suspect(s) punctured her gas tank.
 
TRESPASS – GARDEN WAY NE
Employees called to report a disturbance at the store. When deputies arrived the reporting party explained that a couple came into the store to dispute a bill. That at one point, the couple began yelling and cursing at employees and the employees, fearing for their safety, fled to a back room. The couple was trespassed from the store.
 
PROWLER, VEHICLE – 136TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) smashed out the rear passenger window of the car and stole numerous items off the floorboard.
 
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PLACE
According to the loss prevention officers, they observed a male remove a printer from its plastic cover, and attempt to leave the store without paying for it. When confronted by security the male stated he was “returning” the printer and began arguing with them. The theft was captured on video.
 
TRESPASS – GARDEN WAY NE
The reporting party called to report a suspected shoplift. Following a brief investigation the suspect was trespassed from the store. The suspect stated that he wanted to go to Seattle because he was homeless. The deputy gave him a ride to the Metro Park and Ride so he could get a bus to Seattle. A short time later deputies responded to a report of a vandalism that had just occurred. This same suspect had just thrown a rock through the window of a business. The deputies found the suspect a short distance away. The business declined to prosecute but asked that the subject be trespassed from the business.
 
THEFT – 131ST PLACE NE
Unknown subject stole two packages off the front porch of a residence.

Police Beat - April 17, 2017

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BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL – NE 171ST
Unknown suspect(s) entered the apartment, it appears, by possibly using a pry tool to gain access to the front door. The unknown suspect(s) searched through the bedroom although at this time it does not appear anything was taken.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Two drivers were cited for driving with suspended licenses.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – NE 173RD
The victim parked her car and forgot to lock it. When the victim returned the following morning unknown suspect(s) had taken numerous items from the car.
 
HIT AND RUN, OCCUPIED, NON-INJURY – WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH ROAD NE
According to the victim, he was driving north on the Woodinville-Snohomish Road near the 20300 block when he say a SUV type vehicle enter his lane of travel. The victim swerved in an attempt to avoid a collision but the SUV struck his car, failed to stop and continued driving south on the Woodinville-Snohomish Road. The victim’s vehicle sustained major damage.
The suspect vehicle is described as possibly gray with a luggage rack on top.

Police Beat - April 10, 2017

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BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, FORCED ENTRY – 139TH AVE NE
According to the victim unknown suspect(s) forced entry through the front door using a hard object to break the glass and gain access to the business.
 
ASSIST OTHER AGENCY – 142 AVE NE
Deputies responded to assist CPS. The reporting party said that she “could no longer handle having her 3-year-old son and 6-month old daughter” and asked that CPS take the children. The children appeared to be well cared for. After interviewing the parent, CPS left stating that they were unable to take any action. The deputies spoke with the reporting party and were concerned when the mother, who showed little to no emotion, continued to ask that someone take the children. Deputies contacted the children’s grandparents, and ultimately transported the children with the mother’s permission, to the grandparents’ residence until something else could be worked out.
 
THEFT, AUTO – NE 181ST PL
The Monroe police Department asked that Woodinville police check with the registered owner of a vehicle and ask him if he knew where his vehicle was. The car had been involved in an accident in Monroe on the day prior. The victim stated that his car should be parked in front of his apartment complex. According to the victim the car was locked and he was in possession of the key. Deputies checked and the car was in fact missing. The Monroe Police Department said that the vehicle took off after the accident. The victim has now filed a stolen vehicle report.
 
CIVIL PROBLEM – NE 180TH PL
Deputies responded to a civil problem between two neighbors concerning their property line.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – 140TH AVE NE
The driver was stopped and cited for driving with a suspended license due to unpaid tickets.
 
TRESPASS – GARDEN WAY NE
The reporting party called 911 to report that he found a male sleeping in the business when he opened in the morning. The male refused to leave and 911 was called. When the deputies arrived the male told them that he was transient and had been “kicked off the bus” the day before. The male was trespassed from the business.
 
FRAUD, ALL OTHER – 138TH WAY NE
The victim states that he was selling furniture on-line and was contacted by a male who wanted to buy the furniture. The male told the victim he was going to send him a check in an amount higher than requested to cover movers, to deposit the check and then send him the remaining money. This is a very prolific scam.
 
LARCENY, TFA – GARDEN WAY
The victim states that he walked away from his vehicle for a brief time and during that time unknown person(s) got into his car and stole his wallet and cell phone. He thinks he locked the car but was unsure.
 
DRUNKENNESS – 140TH AVE NE
Deputies responded to the Park and Ride to assist Metro with an intoxicated female refusing to get off the bus. When the deputy arrived he contacted a female who was hunched over in a seat crying. She smelled strongly of intoxicants and would not answer the deputies’ questions. The woman could not stand on her own and had to be helped off the bus by the deputy. The woman finally told the deputy that she had been released earlier in the day from a hospital detox facility and then immediately began drinking. The woman was unable to care for herself due to her level of intoxication. She was transported to the hospital for treatment.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT ARREST, MISDEMEANOR – 124TH AVE NE
Deputies from Kirkland arrested a male on an outstanding warrant from Woodinville. A Woodinville deputy took custody of the male from Kirkland PD and transported and booked him into the King County Jail.