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Police Beat - August 10, 2015

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

TRESPASS — 144 AV NE
Officers contacted a homeless subject sleeping in a tent in the park who had previously been issued a no-trespassing warning for sleeping in the park. The subject was taken into custody and released with a citation.   

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Police Beat - August 3, 2015

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

ARSON, CONFIRMED — NE WOODINVILLE DR
Business surveillance video captured two unknown men igniting paper and dry vegetation on top of a plastic-covered metal picnic table and setting a small fire on top of some beauty bark. The men were also seen on video setting off firecrackers, which landed in beauty bark where they smoldered overnight, eventually igniting a small brush fire.   

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Police Beat - July 27, 2015

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

FRAUD — WOODINVILLE-REDMOND RD NE
Victim business reported an employee shared the company credit card information with a subject in a foreign country.   

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Police Beat - July 20, 2015

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

TRESPASS — NE 200 ST
Officers on routine patrol observed a man “dumpster diving” on private property. The investigation revealed that the man had an expired “no-trespassing” warning on the neighboring property for the same activity. The man had a criminal history for burglary and similar behavior. The man did not have permission to go into the dumpster and he was issued a no-trespass warning.

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Police Beat - July 13, 2015

  • Written by Submitted by City of Woodinville Police Department

LARCENY — GARDEN WY NE
Loss prevention witnessed two separate juvenile subjects concealing merchandise in their backpacks and leaving the store without first paying. One subject was detained but loss prevention lost sight of the second subject. Officers were able to locate the second subject and return him to the store. Both subjects were found to have outstanding warrants. The subjects were arrested, processed and transported to the King County Youth Detention Center.

DISTURBANCE, FAMILY — NE 173 ST
Officers responded to a disturbance involving the parents of an infant without a parenting plan disagreeing about custody of the child.    

MENTAL COMPLAINTS — WDVL SNOHOMISH RD NE
Officers responded to a call where a subject advised them she was thinking of hurting herself. Woodinville Fire responded and the subject was taken to Evergreen Medical Center.      

ASSAULT, FOURTH DEGREE — NE 181 PL
Officers were dispatched to a disturbance call, domestic violence, involving a man and woman. The investigation confirmed that an assault had occurred but the male suspect had left the scene. Charges are pending.

LARCENY — NE 181 ST
Victim reported during the first two weeks of May several items were taken from her residence by a possible known suspect.

LARCENY — 140 AV NE
Unknown suspect(s) stole a computer and an iPad off a desk in the church foyer.

JUVENILE RUNAWAY — NE 178 PL
Loss prevention detained a juvenile for theft after he had concealed merchandise and left the store without paying. Officers were unable to identify parent information and address. The juvenile was taken into protective custody and transported to Spruce Street.

CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR — NE 195 ST / 136 AV NE
Officers contacted four juveniles in the park after hours. A routine computer check found that one subject had an outstanding warrant for truancy-no bail. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was transported to Juvenile Detention.

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — 148 AV NE
Officers arrested one subject for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended/revoked driver’s license. The subject was issued a citation and released.  

LARCENY — NE 175 ST
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and removed her purse and contents. Victim reported the possible suspect vehicle was a green SUV.

LARCENY — WDVL-REDMOND RD NE
Unknown suspect(s) shattered the driver’s side window on the victim’s vehicle and removed cash and headphones from inside.

ASSAULT, FOURTH DEGREE — NE 175 ST
Officers responded to a disturbance and an assault involving a scheduled child exchange between divorced parents. The investigation revealed witnesses had intervened after the man became aggressive and assaulted the woman while taking custody of the child. Officers placed the man into custody and transported him to King County on assault and violation of a court order.

DRUNKENNESS — 140 AV NE
Officers responded to a call where a woman was causing a disturbance after she had been removed from a bus for sleeping. The woman was found sitting on a bench wearing only a bra. The woman was intoxicated and unable to stand or talk. The heat contributed to a hydration concern and Woodinville Fire responded. Treatment was refused and the woman was transported to Evergreen for detox.

LARCENY — NE 181 PL
Victim reported a ring was missing from her jewelry box after she had invited friends over to watch fireworks.