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Police Beat - March 24, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

LARCENY, APA +250 -17800 130 AV NE.
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle and used the jack from the trunk to steal three tires and wheels off the vehicle. The vehicle was damaged during the theft.

OBSTRUCTING AN OFFICER –NE 175 ST / 128 PL NE.
Officers stopped a subject riding a bicycle for a minor infraction. He then became violent and attempted to assault the officers on the scene. The suspect resisted arrest and later kicked a hole in the wall of the detention room.

FRAUD, ALL OTHER – Various locations.
Four separate victims reported they had not yet filed their tax returns but they received information and letters from the IRS stating that unknown suspect(s) had used their name, address and SSN when filing a return without their knowledge or consent. IRS is investigating.

LARCENY, TFB-250 - 13600 NE 175 ST.
The victim reported her wallet stolen from her work locker and within hours her credit cards were used at several locations throughout the city. Video surveillance from the offense locations will be reviewed for suspect information.

THEFT, AUTO - 17800 140 AV NE.
The victim reported his pickup truck was stolen from the Woodinville Park and Ride.

LARCENY, NSC -250 -17300 145 AV NE.
The victim reported a delayed theft of his watch that was last seen on his dresser in his residence. Numerous people and workers had been in the residence during the loss time frame and suspects are unknown.

LARCENY, TFA +250 -174500 140 AV NE.
After giving an unknown female suspect a ride to a gas station, the victim noticed his cell phone had been stolen from the center console. The detective is reviewing video surveillance in this case.

LARCENY, TFB -250 -19700 144 AV NE.
Victims reported the theft of titles for two pieces of machinery that he was in the process of exporting out of the country. A possible suspect is known.

TRESPASS -17100 140 AV NE.
A male suspect broke the window of the church and was found sleeping on a couch. He was booked into jail. Microphones and the cash donation box were missing from inside.

ACCIDENT, D.U.I. -17500 BLK 131 AV NE.
Officers responded to a three car accident where one of the drivers appeared intoxicated. The driver was processed for DUI and then released pending charges.

LARCENY, TFA -250 -14200 NE 171 ST.
Unknown suspect(s) stole the rear license plate off the victim’s work vehicle.

LARCENY, S/L -250 -17600 GARDEN WY NE.
An unknown male was seen placing an alcoholic beverage into his stocking cap and running out of the store without paying.

VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN - 17400 140 AV NE
Officers recovered an abandoned stolen vehicle reported by the Seattle Police Department.

Police Beat - March 17, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

FRAUD, ALL OTHER - 15100 BLOCK OF NE 192 ST.
The victim contacted the IRS after she was alerted that an unknown suspect(s) used her social security number on a 2013 tax filing without her consent or knowledge.
VANDALISM –NE 195 ST / 136 AV NE.
Unknown suspect(s) used red, white, and black paint to write graffiti and vandalize numerous signs, light poles and sidewalks in the area.

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Police Beat - March 10, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.


LARCENY – 14200BLOCK OF NE 188 CT.
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole a Tom Tom GPS system.

BURGLARY, RES. – 13500 BLOCK OF NE 188 PL.
Victim reported a delayed theft where unknown suspect(s) entered an open garage and removed a suitcase and contents from an unlocked parked vehicle.

LARCENY – 17300 BLOCK OF 131 AVE NE.
Unknown suspect(s) shattered the front passenger window on victim’s car and stole a sports bag from the front seat.

LARCENY – 18600 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD.
Unknown suspect(s) smashed the passenger window on the victim’s vehicle and stole her wallet from the glove box.

LARCENY – 19800 BLOCK OF 136 AVE NE.
Unknown suspect(s) broke out the passenger window on victim’s vehicle and stole an IPOD from inside.

FIRE INVESTIGATION, UNDETERMINED – 17400 BLOCK OF 133 NE.
Police and Fire responded to a large explosion in the women’s restroom at the Carol Edwards Center that caused structural damage to the ceiling, walls and interior. The incident is under investigation by the KCSO Arson Unit.

LARCENY – 17100 BLOCK OF 131 AVE NE.
Victim reported unknown suspect(s) entered her locked vehicle by unknown means and stole checks and cash. A strong smell of cigarettes was left in the vehicle from the suspect(s).

MALICIOUS HARASSMENT – 13200 BLOCK OF NE 201 CT.
Unknown suspect(s) threw a brick at victim’s residence that had racial slurs written on it. The case is actively being investigated.

EMBEZZLEMENT – 14000 BLOCK OF NE 181 ST.
The victim business reported a past employee had made unauthorized charges to the petty cash business account without consent.

PROWLER, VEHICLE – 17900 BLOCK OF GARDEN WY NE.
Officers arrested a suspect who had entered a victim’s vehicle without consent and rummaged through the interior. Officers were familiar with the suspect due to previous calls where he had been given no trespass warnings from several businesses. The suspect was booked in the King County Jail.

LARCENY – 14500 BLOCK OF NE 182ND ST.
The victim reported his unlocked vehicle was entered and his wallet and glasses stolen.

PROWLER, VEHICLE -16300 BLOCK OF 126 AVE NE.
Officers were advised by three victims that their vehicles had been entered without force and possibly prowled but no loss was reported. As a result additional patrols will be made in the area.

DUI – 17500 BLOCK OF 131 AVE NE.
Officers responded to a one-vehicle accident where they contacted the driver walking away from the scene. The driver was identified and processed for DUI. He was released and his vehicle impounded.

14. LARCENY, TFA +250 - 12400 NE 169 ST.
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole his 12 string guitar, case, and an ear piece.

15. LARCENY, TFA -250 - 12400 NE 163 PL.
The victim’s unlocked vehicle was entered and his boxing gloves, bag, vitamins, and an
I-phone charger were stolen.

Police Beat - March 3, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

LARCENY –17100 BLOCK OF 131 AV NE.
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and removed the registration, coins, and a bag.  

TRESPASS –16900 BLOCK OF  140 AV NE.
Officers arrested a female suspect who had been issued a no trespass warning the day before from the business after causing a disturbance.  The female resisted arrest as officers attempted to take her into custody and she attempted to kick out the patrol car door during the transport to King County Jail.

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Police Beat - Feb. 24, 2014

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

FRAUD – 18500 BLOCK OF 156 AVE NE.

The victim business reported that a former client had falsified several documents using a stolen identity in order to obtain a lease for a home.

VANDALISM – 15500 BLOCK OF 133 PL NE.

Unknown suspect(s) punctured a hole in the victim’s front tire. 

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED – 13900 BLOCK OF NE 178 PL.

Officers stopped a male for driving with a suspended license. He was arrested and booked into the King County Jail for an outstanding felony warrant.  

THEFT, OTHER VEHICLE – 15200 BLOCK OF NE 173 ST.

Unknown suspect(s) stole a traile- mounted log splitter that was last seen parked next to the victim’s garage.

LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – 17800 BLOCK OF GARDEN WY NE

A male suspect attempting to steal pet products from the store was confronted outside by store security. He dropped the items and ran away. He was described as a young male with dark blonde hair wearing a black puffy coat and khaki pants. 

CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY/ MISDEMEANOR – Officers made additional arrests during the week for outstanding felony and misdemeanor warrants as a result of two separate pedestrian violation contacts. Both subjects were booked into the King County Jail.

LARCENY – 19700 BLOCK OF 144TH AVE NE

Officers contacted a suspicious male loading scrap metal and fire piping into the back of his truck. It was determined he was attempting to steal the metal and possibly siphon gasoline from the company vehicles. He was booked into jail for his outstanding warrant with theft charges pending.