VANDALISM – 15300 NE 202 ST Unknown suspect(s) broke mailbox stand causing it to fall over. No damage to the 5 mail boxes. A neighbor reported that he heard a loud bang at approximately 1:30 in the morning and thought it might be a car accident. The RP saw what appeared to be a white Taurus in the area that may be associated.
WELFARE STATUS – 20200 149TH PL NE Woodinville Police responded to this location to investigate a report from the Adult Protective Services regarding the alleged mistreatment by a daughter towards her mother. Ultimately, after speaking to each individual the officer concluded that no crime was committed.
MAIL THEFT – !6100 NE 198TH ST. The reporting party looked out the window and saw a blue sedan pulled up to her mailbox. A white male was leaning out and reaching into the mailbox. The driver is described as a white male mid to late 20’s wearing a baseball cap. The RP yelled out the window and the car took off. It does not appear anything was taken.
BURGLARY, COMM. N/E – 13900 NE 175TH ST. Unknown suspect(s) gained access to the unsecured business and stole numerous items. This is an open and active investigation.
THEFT, AUTO – 15700 NE 178TH PL. According to the victim he parked his pickup truck in the driveway. He last saw the truck shortly after midnight. He noticed the truck missing at approximately 8 a.m. the following morning. The keys may have been left on a sawhorse nearby.
BURGLARY, RES. N/F – 17100 133RD AVE NE According to the victim, she discovered numerous pieces of jewelry missing. The victim states that during the time she was having repairs made to her apartment unknown suspect(s) entered her apartment and stole her jewelry box and numerous pieces of jewelry. This is an on-going investigation.
DISTURBANCE, NOISE – 18100 142ND AVE NE An anonymous caller reported to 911 at approximately 2:32 a.m. that there were people pounding on a nearby apartment door. Deputies arrived and discovered that all the parties involved in this disturbance know one another and have had issues in the past. Everyone agreed to return to various apartments.
ASSAULT, SIMPLE – 17800 140TH AVE NE According to the victim he was punched by the suspect while visiting a friend. He has no idea why the suspect punched him. The victim left the apartment to walk to the store and was followed by the suspect who apparently apologized and offered the victim some tobacco. The victim accepted the tobacco and told the suspect he “wasn’t cool” with how he was treated. At this point, the victim states that the suspect hit him again and kicked him. Everyone’s stories changed multiple times. The victim was treated by Fire at the scene. The suspect was charged and released. The case has been sent to the prosecutor for review.
BURGLARY, RES, N/F – 17700 164TH AVE NE According to the victim she returned home to find that unknown suspect(s) may have entered through an unsecured window to enter her home. Numerous items were disturbed and her jewelry box with assorted jewelry was taken.
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – 19600 WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH RD The deputy observed the vehicle driving on the travel portion of the road with expired license tabs. The driver stated that she was suspended out of Oregon and was suspended in Washington as well. She was cited and released.
LARCENY, BIKE – 13200 NE 175TH ST According to the victim, he rode his bike to work and parked it in the bike rack directly in front of the business. It was not secured. Two unknown males entered the store and began checking out several high end bikes in the shop. One of the suspects distracted the store employee while the other stole the victim’s bike. The second suspect left the store a short time later. The victim did not realize the theft for several hours. The theft was caught on video. This is an open and active investigation.
LARCENY, TFB – 17100 133RD AVE NE According to the victim she left her apartment for the weekend. When she returned she discovered that unknown person(s) had entered her apartment and stolen jewelry. It does not appear that force was used to enter the unit.