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.
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.
BURGLARY — NE WOOD-DUVALL RD Unknown suspect(s) broke a lock off the front door and made entry into the business where they removed cash.
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION — NE 175 ST Officers located a man and woman inside a park after closing hours. The two subjects verbally identified themselves. A felony warrant was found under the name given by the woman. She recanted and stated she lied to officers about her name because she had a warrant under her true name. Officers ran the woman’s true name and confirmed she was wanted out of Bothell PD for controlled substance. The warrant was confirmed and the woman was placed under arrest. In a search incidental to arrest the woman was found to be in possession of heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana.
TRESPASS — NE 175 ST Officers issued a no-trespass warning at the management request to a subject causing a disturbance inside the business.
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION — 178 PL Officers responded to an intoxicated man leaving the business that had been given a no-trespass warning from management. Officers located the man, who had used a razor to open secured merchandise and remove the security device, according to loss prevention. The subject was placed into custody for malicious mischief. Officers contacted a female companion of the arrested man who loss prevention witnessed concealing items in her purse. The woman was found to be in possession of unpaid merchandise and methamphetamine and she was placed under arrest. Officers were advised that the woman’s husband was in a vehicle in the parking lot. Officers located the vehicle occupied by a man and a woman. As officers approached the vehicle the man made furtive moves and he was placed into custody for officer safety. The man was found to be in possession of heroin and placed under arrest. Consent to search was obtained for the vehicle where officers found methamphetamine and scales. All of the above suspects reside outside Woodinville.
OVERDOSE, DRUG — NE 185 ST Officers assisted Woodinville Fire Department on a probable drug overdose where a man was transported to Evergreen Hospital.
LARCENY — NE WOOD-DUVALL RD An unknown woman concealed workout supplements in a large black bag. Store personnel confronted the woman, who dropped the bag and ran out of the store, leaving the area in a black vehicle.
CRIMINAL WARRANT — GARDEN WY NE Officers responded to a trespass violation in progress and located the male suspect outside the store. The suspect was found to be in possession of a suspected stolen bottle of wine from the store. The suspect had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for criminal trespass and he was placed under arrest.
LARCENY — NE 154 DR Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s vehicle without force and removed brake pads, sunglasses and an iPod.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES — 174 AV NE Officers responded to suspicious circumstances call where subjects were seen possibly prowling residences and burglarizing houses. Officers located three male subjects matching the suspicious persons’ descriptions. The investigation revealed possible stolen items found in the three men’s possession. No criminal offenses were confirmed at this time.
LARCENY — NE 175 ST Victim reported an unknown man appeared to have been following him as he made transactions from two separate banks. The victim stopped for lunch and continued to see the suspicious man following him. After lunch the victim went out to his vehicle and found the window shattered and the interior ransacked. The case is under investigation. No loss reported.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES — NE 175 ST A woman reported that while she was dining, she was talking loudly on her telephone and an unknown man asked her to go outside. The woman refused and they exchanged profanities, before the man grabbed the woman’s cell phone. The woman regained her cell phone and the man left the restaurant.
VANDALISM — WOOD-REDMOND RD Officers identified a male subject who had been seen placing small black stickers on signs, dumpsters and light poles.
TRESPASS — 136 AV NE Officers contacted a man in the skate park who was in violation of a previously issued no trespass warning. Charges are pending and the man left the park.
LARCENY — NE 175 ST Victim reported unknown suspect(s) stole a bag from her vehicle that contained cash, a cell phone and credit cards.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY — NE 171 ST Officers arrested a woman for an outstanding felony forgery warrant without incident.
DRUNKENNESS — VARIOUS LOCATIONS Throughout the week officers answered two separate calls where subjects were found to be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol and they were a danger to themselves and others. Both subjects were treated by Woodinville Fire and transported to Evergreen Hospital.
HIT & RUN, UNOCCUPIED — NE 178 PL An unknown suspect(s)’ vehicle collided with victim’s unoccupied vehicle, resulting in damage to the back rear bumper.
BURGLARY — 128 PL NE Redmond Police Department requested Woodinville officers check a business after they found two subjects in possession of checks from the business that were suspected of being stolen. Officers arrived to find the loading/receiving door open where access to the business was possible. A K-9 unit cleared the building and business representatives arrived. The investigation revealed unknown suspect(s) had entered the unsecured business and removed electronics and checks. The case is under investigation.
THEFT, AUTO — NE 171 ST Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s four-door Toyota Camry. No signs of forced entry were found.
LARCENY — NE 171 ST Unknown suspect(s) made unforced entry into two separate victims’ vehicles and removed an iPod, ukulele, flashlight, a Dremmel kit and sunglasses.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES — NE 171 ST An aware citizen called police and reported seeing an unknown subject exiting a neighboring vehicle. Officers responded and contacted a subject who matched the description. The investigation revealed a car had been entered and ransacked but the victim declined filing charges. The subject was released after officers were unable to confirm their subject was the same person seen in the victim’s vehicle.
LARCENY — NE 145 ST Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole luggage with contents and electronics.
VANDALISM — 142 AV NE Unknown suspect(s) threw a rock into the back window of the victim’s vehicle.
LARCENY — NE 174 ST Victim reported unknown suspect(s) entered her unlocked vehicle and stole Bibles, a backpack and sunglasses.
BURGLARY — WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD NE Officers responded to a burglary report where employees reported unknown suspect(s) gained access to the secured yard through unknown means. Once on the property, a company vehicle was rifled through and an unlocked storage building was entered where change was taken from an old gumball-style vending machine.
TRESPASS — GARDEN WY NE At management request officers issued a no-trespass warning to a subject causing a disturbance.
TRESPASS — 136 AV NE Officers arrested an adult man for violating a no-trespassing warning. The man was processed and transported to Issaquah Jail.
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE FOR DISPOSAL — NE 145 ST Officers on routine patrol observed a vehicle parked in the athletic fields parking lot occupied by three subjects. The officer approached the vehicle and smelled the odor of burnt marijuana and visible smoke coming from inside the vehicle. The investigation revealed all three subjects were under the legal age to possess marijuana. The occupants were all released to their parents and the marijuana and pipe were confiscated, processed and placed into the property room for future disposal.
LARCENY — NE 179 ST Unknown suspect(s) smashed out the rear window on victim’s vehicle and removed an emergency backpack and green towels.
TRESPASS — 131 AV NE Officers issued a no-trespass warning to a former employee at management request.
PHYSICAL CONTROL — 133 AV NE Officers observed a vehicle parked in the middle of a traffic lane and contacted the person in the driver’s seat. The investigation revealed that the driver showed signs of intoxication. A field sobriety test was conducted and the driver was placed under arrest. The driver was transported to the police department where he was processed and released pending charges.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES — 136 AV NE A citizen reported an unknown white man approximately 20 years of age with a thick European accent and a military type haircut with longer hair in the front had knocked on her door. The man stated he was here from Europe on a work permit that had not come through for him yet. The man asked if she could donate a bicycle to him or make other donations. The man was seen driving away in a red pickup truck with other men in it and the back was full of hay.
TRESPASS — NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD Officers issued a no-trespass warning at the management request to two subjects on property who were suspected of committing prior thefts at the location.
PROWLER, VEHICLE — 179 ST Unknown suspect(s) pried open passenger window on victim’s vehicle and tore out the in-dash DVD/CD player.
LARCENY — NE 145 ST Unknown suspect(s) stole two separate victims’ totes and purse with contents while they were at a concert.
LARCENY — NE N WOODINVILLE WAY Known suspect was seen reaching into the open window of the victim’s unoccupied vehicle and taking a cell phone.
LARCENY — 135 PL NE Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s vehicle and removed a long board and radar detector. No signs of forced entry were found.
BURGLARY — NE 148 ST Victim arrived home and used his remote control to open his garage door. Inside the garage he found an unknown white man who was described as being tall, with a heavy build, having a “buzz cut,” carrying a backpack and walking with a “lumbering gait” running out of his garage. The suspect got into the passenger side of a grey Nissan Quest van and sped away. The investigation revealed that the rear door to the garage had been pried open and the suspect had been inside the residence, where he stole electronics, cash and bank checks. The burglary was disrupted and the suspect was unable to take the large items he had piled up inside the residence.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR — VARIOUS LOCATIONS Officers arrested two separate subjects during the week on outstanding misdemeanor warrants. Both subjects were placed under arrest without incident and transported to the respective jails.
LARCENY — 135 PL NE Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and ransacked the interior, taking an iPod, coins, a Leatherman tool, prescription glasses and a flashlight.
THEFT — NE WOOD-DUVALL RD Victim business parked two of their General Motors company vehicles on the side of the road, where unknown suspect(s) stole both of them. One of the vehicles was a dump truck and the second vehicle had a 500-gallon fuel tank in the bed.
DRUNKENNESS — NE 175 ST Officers responded to an intoxicated woman who was unable to stand up or talk due to her intoxicated state. Paramedics responded and a mental health, drug and alcohol contact report was completed. The woman was transported to a detox facility.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY — NE WOOD-DUVALL RD Officers located a subject who was listed as a missing person and had an outstanding felony warrant out of the Department of Corrections for escape, no bail. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was taken into custody without incident and transported to King County Jail.
ASSAULT, FOURTH DEGREE — 170 AV NE Officers responded to an in progress assault-domestic violence call where the man had left the scene. Officers confirmed an offense had occurred at the scene. The male suspect was contacted and later taken into custody without incident and transported to King County Jail.
CIVIL PROBLEM — NE 175 ST Victim reported he purchased fake tickets on Craigslist. The victim stated he was in the process of setting up another meeting with the subject who sold him the bogus tickets. A neighboring police agency has agreed to assist with the future meeting.
FORGERY CHECKS — WOOD-SNOHOMISH RD NE Victim business reported old bank checks from a closed business account had been stolen and attempts were made to cash them by a possible known suspect. The case is under investigation.
LARCENY — WOOD-REDMOND RD NE Unknown suspect(s) broke the lock off of a trailer belonging to a contractor working on the building. Unknown loss.
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED — NE 175 ST / 131 AV NE Officers arrested one subject during the week for operating a motor vehicle while their driver’s license was suspended/revoked. The subject was cited and released.
LARCENY — NE 156 ST Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and rummaged through the glove box, leaving items on the seat. No loss was reported.
BURGLARY, ATTEMPT — 144 AV NE Unknown suspect(s) attempted to use a pry tool to force open the front door of the business. Entry was not gained.
LARCENY — NE 178 PL Loss prevention witnessed an unknown woman, approximately 30 years of age, 5’8”, 170 pounds, enter the store and place an electric toothbrush into her bag and exit the store without first paying for the merchandise. The security light was activated but the woman refused to stop for loss prevention. The woman was last seen leaving the area in a black Hyundai Sonata. Store surveillance cameras captured the incident.
LARCENY — 136 AV NE Victim reported cash missing from his locker while he was in class.
LARCENY — NE 175 ST Unknown suspect(s) smashed the rear window on victim’s vehicle and removed a purse and contents.
LARCENY — 164 AV NE Victim had her purse stolen out of an unlocked vehicle by unknown suspect(s) while she was at a garage sale.
VANDALISM — NE 171 ST Unknown suspect(s) smashed the rear passenger window on victim’s vehicle.
VANDALISM — WOOD-REDMOND RD NE Victim reported unknown suspect(s) had damaged the gas tank cover on his parked vehicle while dining. The damage may have occurred as retaliation due to the victim’s vehicle parking location.
LARCENY — NE 171 ST Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and rummaged through the glove box, taking the registration and title paperwork.