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Police Beat - 11/09/15

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THEFT, AUTO — 141 PL NE
Unknown suspect(s) stole a utility trailer from a business parking lot. A surveillance camera captured the theft.     

THEFT, AUTO — WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD NE
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s four-door Saturn from the parking lot while he was at work. The following day the vehicle was recovered abandoned in a parking lot. The ignition had been punched, the fuel line under the vehicle had been cut and the driver’s side door appeared to have been pried open to gain entry.

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Police Beat - 10/26/15

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

The police beat is a selection of significant police incidents that occurred the week before last within the city limits of Woodinville. It does not include all police calls originating in Woodinville.

VANDALISM — 140 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) slashed victim’s tire on his vehicle.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Throughout the week officers arrested two separate subjects for operating motor vehicles while their driver’s licenses were suspended/revoked.  Both subjects were issued citations and released.
 
FRAUD — GARDEN WY NE
Unknown suspect(s) phoned in a fraudulent prescription for Zolpidem using a doctor’s name and DEA number that had been compromised. The order was not filled.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT (MISDEMEANOR); CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION — 140 AV NE
Officers on routine patrol contacted a subject who had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was placed under arrest. During a search incidental to the arrest officers found the subject to be in possession of crack cocaine, a methamphetamine and crack pipe. The items were seized and processed. The subject was transported to King County Jail.
 
MENTAL COMPLAINTS — NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD
Officers and fire personnel responded to a subject who had made threats to harm himself. The subject was transported to Evergreen Hospital for a mental health evaluation.
 
TRESPASS — VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Business managers at two separate locations requested that officers issue no-trespass warnings to four separate subjects throughout the week.
 
LARCENY — 131 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) shattered the rear passenger side window on victim’s vehicle and stole her purse and contents from inside. Subsequent fraudulent attempts were made on the stolen credit cards.

CRIMINAL WARRANT (MISDEMEANOR) — VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Officers on routine patrol contacted two separate subjects with outstanding misdemeanor warrants. The warrants were confirmed and the subjects were arrested and transported to the respective jails.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT (FELONY) — NE 175 ST
Officers contacted a subject who was found to be wanted on a felony assault warrant out of King County Sheriff’s Office. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was arrested and transported to King County Jail.
 
VANDALISM — 140 AV NE
Officers responded to a call where a witness had observed two female juveniles spray- painting obscenities on the glass of the bus stop shelter. The females were taken into custody. One of the juveniles was listed as a missing person but due to her threats to hurt herself she was transported to Evergreen for a mental evaluation. Both juveniles showed signs of intoxication and had alcoholic beverages in their possession.     

Police Beat - 10/19/15

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

The police beat is a selection of significant police incidents that occurred the week before last within the city limits of Woodinville. It does not include all police calls originating in Woodinville.

ASSAULT, FOURTH DEGREE — NE 187 CT
Victim reported she was kicked by her neighbor, causing pain.     
 
LARCENY — NE 171 ST
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and removed CDs and personal papers.
 
LARCENY — NE 162 ST
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s vehicle and stole sunglasses and a GPS.  Victim was unsure if the vehicle was locked. Officers found no forced entry.
 
LARCENY — NE 171 ST
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s vehicle and stole an iPad. No forced entry was found.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR — VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Officers arrested two separate subjects throughout the week for outstanding misdemeanor warrants.
 
MAIL THEFT — 136 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) pried open a lock on the bottom of the victim’s empty mailbox in an attempt to steal mail. No theft occurred.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Officers arrested two separate subjects during the week for operating motor vehicles while their driver’s licenses were suspended/revoked. Both subjects were released with citations.
 
LARCENY — WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD
Unknown suspect(s) stole credit cards, cash and gift cards out of victim’s wallet that had been left in a bridal room during a wedding. Subsequent fraudulent activity was made on the credit cards in various locations.
 
LARCENY — 130 AV NE
Officers were advised of a prior possible theft of chainsaw chains by a known subject. The case is under investigation.   
 
ASSAULT, FOURTH DEGREE — GARDEN WY NE
Victim reported he was confronted by an unknown suspect who began yelling and cursing at him. The suspect reached out and hit the victim’s dog on the nose. After the victim advised the suspect not to hit his dog the suspect struck the victim in the face with a nearly full half gallon of juice, resulting in pain and injury to victim. The suspect then ran away from the scene and was followed by the victim. Officers located the victim and suspect near the scene and detained the suspect. A citizen advised officers he had witnessed the incident. The suspect was placed under arrest and became combative as he screamed and spit towards officers. While in the back of the patrol vehicle officers made several attempts to restrain and stop the suspect from intentionally hitting his head against the divider. The suspect was transported to Harborview where he was checked and released, then transported to King County Jail.
 
LARCENY — WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD NE
Victim reported a delayed theft where unknown suspect(s) had stolen cash and gift cards out of his wallet.   
 
VANDALISM — 136 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) keyed obscenities into the door of the victim’s vehicle.
 
IDENTITY THEFT — 142 AV NE
Victim reported she was contacted by an unknown subject who stated they were moving from the Philippines and needed child care. The victim received a check that she was directed to deposit into her bank account. The victim was advised to keep some money but send the remaining money back to Daisy de Deios via a money gram. The victim complied and was sent a second check. When the victim attempted to deposit the second check the bank advised her that the first check had been counterfeit and the account was closed. The incident was a scam. 

Police Beat - 10/12/15

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The police beat is a selection of significant police incidents that occurred the week before last within the city limits of Woodinville. It does not include all police calls originating in Woodinville.

LARCENY — 140 AV NE
Victim, the owner of the business, reported the theft of jewelry from an unlocked desk. The report of theft was delayed a week with possible known suspects.   
 
ACCIDENT, D.U.I.  — VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Officers responded to two separate accident calls involving drivers operating motor vehicles while under the influences of drugs or alcohol. Both drivers were placed under arrest and processed. A search warrant for a blood test was obtained in one incident where the subject was later transported to Issaquah Jail and the second subject was released with charges pending.
 
LARCENY — WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD NE
Unknown suspect(s) shattered the rear passenger side window of victim’s vehicle and removed a purse and contents from inside.   
 
LARCENY — NE 178 ST
Unknown suspect(s) smashed out the driver side window of victim’s vehicle and removed cash from the center console.
 
LARCENY — 140 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) shattered the front passenger side window of victim’s vehicle and removed cash from inside.
 
LARCENY — NE 145 ST
Unknown suspect(s) shattered the rear driver’s side window of victim’s vehicle and removed a purse and contents from inside
 
FORGED PRESCRIPTIONS — NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD
Officers responded to a forgery call where a man and a woman on separate occasions had attempted to pass forged prescriptions for oxycodone hydrochloride. Both subjects had left the area prior to police arrival.
 
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION — NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD
Officers responded to a suspicious person call where they were flagged down by a man standing outside a vehicle. The man advised officers that his female friend was passed out in the vehicle that he had been in. Officers observed the woman sleeping in the driver’s seat holding a loaded syringe with a dark substance in her hand. The woman woke up and communicated with officers. Consent to search the vehicle was obtained and officers located heroin, prescription pills and a printer with photocopies of American currency inside the vehicle. The investigation revealed that a third person had been in the vehicle but fled the area prior to police arrival, leaving behind his wallet and identification. Routine computer checks found an outstanding warrant on the first male subject for theft. The man was arrested and was transported to King County Jail. The woman was arrested, processed and transported to King County on felony investigation of narcotics. The man who fled the scene had outstanding felony and misdemeanor warrants but remains at large.
 
LARCENY — NE 145 ST
Unknown suspect(s) smashed the front passenger window on victim’s vehicle and stole a wallet and contents, prescription medicine and a bag from inside.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY — 139 AV NE
Officers investigated a suspicious vehicle on the side of the road with a subject sleeping in the backseat. The investigation revealed that the subject had an outstanding fugitive from justice warrant out of Bexar County, Texas. The subject was arrested and transported to King County Jail.    

PERSON WITH A WEAPON — 136 AV NE
Officers responded to a juvenile (12 years old) holding what appeared to be a handgun on school property near the athletic field walking towards the school. The school was placed on a lockdown mode. (This occurred after school.) The subject was located and found to be in possession of a pellet gun. Officers placed the subject into protective custody and transported him to the police department where he was processed and released to a parent. This case has been sent to the juvenile prosecutor’s office for review.

DEATH INVESTIGATION — 148 AV NE
Officers, fire personnel, and the medical examiner responded to a deceased persons call where the investigation revealed nothing inconsistent with a natural death.   
 
LARCENY — NE 183 ST
Victim reported hearing an auto alarm going off after midnight but was unsure if it was his vehicle. Sometime during the night unknown suspect(s) had forced open the left rear wing window on victim’s vehicle, reaching inside to unlock the driver’s side door. Once inside the vehicle suspect(s) removed tools and a tool box.
 
ASSAULT, FOURTH DEGREE — NE 183 ST
Victim reported an assault, domestic violence that had occurred at the residence.
 
SUICIDE, ATTEMPT — 136 AV NE
Victim was transported to Evergreen Hospital by Woodinville Fire after advising officers she wanted to harm herself.  
 
LARCENY — NE 183 ST
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s Kona mountain bike that was secured with a cable lock.
 
LARCENY — WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH RD NE
Unknown suspect(s) shattered the front passenger side window on victim’s vehicle and removed a purse and contents from inside.
 
VANDALISM — 164 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) used an unknown object to damage victim’s mailbox.
 
FORGERY — NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD
Victim business reported an unknown man got out of the passenger side of a dark gray four-door vehicle and entered the business. The suspect paid for soft drinks with a counterfeit (washed) five dollar bill that had been altered to appear as a hundred dollar bill. The suspect was given change from the purchase and left the area. The suspect was described as a black man, approximately 6’, with a mustache, wearing a gray shirt with red and yellow stripes on the sleeves.
 
PROWLER, VEHICLE — NE 183 ST
Unknown suspect(s) shattered the passenger side windows of victim’s vehicle. No loss reported.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR — GARDEN WY NE
Officers investigated a call of two juveniles smoking marijuana in a vehicle. Officers arrived and contacted the subjects. One of the subjects was found to have an outstanding warrant for driving with a suspended driver’s license. The subject was arrested and transported to Kirkland Jail.
 
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUM-STANCES — NE 171 LN
Victim reported seeing an unknown man in his unlocked vehicle. Victim chased the suspect, who got into the passenger side of an occupied vehicle nearby that was staged and running. Officers were given the license plate on the suspect vehicle which returned to a blue1999 Acura 32TL four-door. The suspect was described as a white man, approximately 20 years old, 6’, with brown hair and medium build, wearing a hooded sweatshirt. No loss reported.

Police Beat - 10/05/15

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

The police beat is a selection of significant police incidents that occurred the week before last within the city limits of Woodinville. It does not include all police calls originating in Woodinville.

ASSAULT, FOURTH DEGREE — 163 CT NE
A domestic violence incident was reported.  

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