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Police Beat - 10/24/16

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

LARCENY, TAKEN FROM BUSINESS – 18100 142 AVE NE
According to the victim he had his laptop computer stolen from his apartment by unknown person(s). The victim lives in the apartment with a roommate and they have a history of allowing many visitors to their residence.

STALKING/HARASSMENT – 18744 144TH AVE. NE
According to the victim she met a male on a chat website approximately two years ago, when she was 14 years old. She sent a number of nude photographs of herself to this male. After the male received the photographs, their conversation/relationship ended until about one year later, when he contacted her and requested additional photographs. The victim refused, at which point the male threatened to post the nude photographs and opened an account in the victim’s name on a website. In September of 2016, this same male contacted the victim yet again and requested photographs of her. The victim refused and the suspect has continued sending messages to the victim threatening to post the photographs. This is an open and active investigation.

LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 13900 NE 178TH PLACE
According to the victim unknown suspect(s) broke out the rear windows on his car and stole items from the back seat. Surveillance cameras show a dark colored SUV pulled up next to the car and three white males exit the car next to the victim’s car. A short time later they flee in the SUV. This happened shortly after 10:00 p.m.

*Please remember to lock your cars and do not leave items of value in plain sight.

BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, FORCED ENTRY – 14525 NE NORTH WOODINVILLE DUVALL ROAD
Numerous storage lockers had the locks pried off and entry was made by unknown suspect(s). This is an open and active investigation.

LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 13700 NE 175TH ST.
According to the victim she parked her car and locked it at about 10 p.m. She went inside a nearby business for coffee. When she returned to her car about 30 minutes later, she discovered that unknown suspect(s) had broken out the left rear passenger side window and grabbed her purse that had been left on the back seat.

TRESPASS – 14001 NE 183RD ST.
A deputy was driving S/B in the 18300 block of the Woodinville-Snohomish Road when he saw a male walking along the fence and on top of a wall that belongs to the apartments. The deputy knows that the fenced area surrounds a pool which was closed at this time of night. The deputy used his spotlight to illuminate the area at which point the male started to move quickly and then jumped over a nearby fence in an attempt to avoid the deputy. The deputy was able to contact the male, who said that he didn’t live at the complex nor did he know anyone who lived there. The male said that he and his friends were looking for somewhere to hot tub. The male was trespassed from the complex.

MENTAL COMPLAINTS – 13000 NE 175TH ST.
Shortly after 9 p.m. a deputy was dispatched to investigate a report of a “male in the roadway swinging his arms and stopping traffic.” The deputy arrived a short time later and parked a short distance away. The deputy observed a male emerge from some bushes, then jump into oncoming traffic traveling east on NE 175th St and wave his arms at an oncoming car. The car swerved to avoid striking the male, and as the car drove around the male, it appeared that the male tried to kick at the vehicle. The male initially told the responding officers that he “was just playing with cars” and that he “kind of hoped that cars would hit him.”  The male was transported to the hospital for treatment.

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Police Beat - 10/17/16

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

AUTO THEFT – 12500 NE 164TH ST
According to the victim, he parked and locked his 2014 pickup truck in the driveway of his residence at about 6 p.m. Sometime overnight unknown suspect(s) stole his truck.

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Police Beat - 10/10/16

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DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – 17600 GARDEN WAY
According to the victim he returned to his parked vehicle and discovered damage to his car. A witness had seen the collision and relayed that the suspect car was backing out of a parking space when it hit the victim’s car. The driver made no attempt to get out and assess the damage nor did he leave his information on the victim’s car. The witness wrote down the license plate number and gave it to the investigating officer. Ultimately, the driver was identified and cited for driving with a suspended license. The victim declined to prosecute for the Hit and Run. Insurance information was exchanged.

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Police Beat - 10/03/16

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE –16500 NE 195th ST
According to the reporting party, approximately two weeks ago, two elementary school-age girls reported that they were waiting for their brother to finish a cross country meet at Leota Junior High School. They were seated in the parking lot, behind the junior high school when a male approached them. The man, who was on the other of a fence, asked the girls if they would like to pet his dog. One of the girls said “no” but the man asked an additional three times if the girls would like to pet his dog. At this point, a school parent approached the girls at which point the male walked away.

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Police Beat - 9/26/16

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
Three subjects were stopped and cited for driving with a suspended license last week.

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