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Police Beat - 12/11/17

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department
LARCENY – BLK OF 128TH PL
Scrap metal stolen from locked recycle bin outside business.  Metal recovered when it was recognized while being scrapped.
 
SHOPLIFT/CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE  VIOLATION –
 13900 BLK NE 178 PL
Male suspect took cell phone and hand cream from business without paying as observed by security.  During search incident to arrest, suspect was found to have heroin, meth and needles on person.  Suspect also had a felony warrant.  Booked into KC Jail.
 
WELFARE STATUS -
19500 BLK 136 AVE NE
Homeless man who’d recently relocated from Florida tried to sleep the night at the skate park.  Deputy was able to secure him a bed at the Men’s winter shelter in Bellevue.
 
SHOPLIFT – 14000 BLK NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL RD
Male ran from store security upon contact after stealing merchandise from business.  Suspect dropped his reusable shopping bags when he ran which contained stolen property.  Upon search of the bag, property stolen from two other business was recovered.
ASSIST OTHER AGENCY –
13100 N 177TH PL
Deputy  facilitated  reuniting dog owner with her five dogs (mom, dad and three pups) that had been stolen from her yard in Yakima.
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HIT & RUN – 16700 BLK NE WOODINVILLE- DUVALL RD
Vehicle found abandoned with keys still in the ignition.  Vehicle was high centered in median, damaging plants and the irrigation system.  No answer to attempts to contact registered owner..
 
TRESPASS –
19800 BLK 136TH AVE NE
Non-student male found vape smoking in parking lot of high school with students.  Contacted and trespassed.
 
TRESPASS –
17641 GARDEN WAY NE
Deputies responded to a call of a female refusing to exit business restroom after two hours.  Found to have a bottle of alcohol and two misdemeanor warrants.  Taken into custody and trespass warning given.
 
SHOPLIFT –
13900 BLK NE 178TH PL
Female arrested after stealing a bottle of vodka from business.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY – 1790 BLK 142ND AVE NE
Male contacted and taken into custody on felony warrant.
 
ASSAULT, SIMPLE –
17600 BLK GARDEN WAY NE
Female punched in the face for no apparent reason by one of two highly intoxicated unknown males harassing a pan handler.
 
MENTAL COMPLAINTS –
14100 NE 181ST PL
Drunken female called 911 to report  being assaulted/choked by boyfriend.  After extensive research it was found that she was experiencing a psychotic episode for which she has been prescribed medication.  Parties were separated.
 
VEHICLE PROWL –
13300 NE 186TH ST
Three suspects (two males, one female) were interrupted prowling vehicle.  Female detained, males escaped.
 
LARCENY –
20100 BLK 164TH AVE NE
FedEx package delivered and then stolen from victim’s porch.  Event was captured on home security video and suspect information is being investigated.
 
ASSAULT, SIMPLE DV –
17900 146TH AVE NE
Stepson booked into jail after punching stepfather in eye.
 
PROWLER –
14400 BLK NE 173RD ST
Victim said her adult son saw someone try to slide his bedroom window open.  When he went outside he saw shoeprints under the bedroom window but no one was seen.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – BLK NE 175TH ST
Female found to be driving on suspended license during routine traffic stop.  Cited and she was allowed to call a friend for a ride.
Driver cited for driving while license suspended after being involved in a collision.
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED – 15600 BLK NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL ROAD
Male cited and vehicle towed.
 
MENTAL COMPLAINTS
Male student transported to Evergreen Hospital by Woodinville Fire after texting friends that this was his last day to live. In speaking with deputy, student admitted to having access to guns and having tried twice.
 
PROWLER – 15700 126TH AVE NE
Vehicle prowled in early morning hours.

Police Beat - 12/4/17

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

TRESSPASS – GARDEN WAY NE
Adult male was loitering outside business asking passing customers for cigarettes.  He refused to leave when asked. Deputy responded and issued a trespass warning.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 141ST PL NE
$1700 worth of tools were taken from a locked work van over the weekend.  Suspect from video camera was shown to be a tall thin male wearing a hoodie.
 
LARCENY – 135th AVE NE
Employee stole prescription medication from a fellow employee’s purse on two separate occasions.  Victim declined to press criminal charges, but employee was terminated.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – WOOD. SNO. RD
Deputy pulled a female over for an illegal turn and found that she had a suspended license for a failure to appear and no insurance.  Cited and left at the scene for a licensed driver to respond as she was accompanied by a child.
 
SEX OFFENSE
Immature boyhood pranks were escalating to the point of some involved boys being uncomfortable after the pranks started showing up on videos and Snap chat groups. Situation was investigated and found to be being handled properly.
 
ROBBERY – NE 175TH ST
Deputies responded to a call where $200 was taken from victim after he was punched and pepper sprayed.  Victim had been in business parking lot to meet someone to buy a laptop.
 
DISTURBANCE– 142ND AVE NE
Deputies responded to disturbance amongst roommates.  No crimes were committed but it took multiple deputies about 45 minutes to calm the situation.
 
ASSAULT, SIMPLE – DV
Adult male punched and elbowed mother multiple times.  Taken into custody without incident.
 
ASSAULT, SIMPLE – DV
Adult male hit his wife in the head with a glass.  Male taken into custody and wife transported to hospital for minor cuts and high blood pressure.
 
TRESSPASS/SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PL
Deputies responded to a shoplift call where loss prevention had apprehended to males.  Business declined prosecution and asked that offenders just be trespassed.
 
LARCENY, BIKE – 140TH AVE NE
Employee parked his bicycle behind business but didn’t lock it.  Bike was taken with no suspect info.

Police Beat - 11/27/17

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department
Editor’s Note:  The Woodinville Police Department’s weekly report will be including a broader realm of the cases  in order to provide a more complete picture of the cases they are dealing with each week.
 
VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN – 19700 BLK 166TH AVE NE
Deputy recovered a car stolen from Monroe.
 
LARCENY, BIKE – 18000 BLK GARDEN WAY
Unknown suspect(s) stole bicycle from in front of a business.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 15000 BLK WOODINVILLE REDMOND ROAD
Unknown suspect(s) broke out the front window and stole a backpack from under drivers front seat.
 
HIT AND RUN, INJURY – 14500 BLK WOODINVILLE DUVALL ROAD
A Woodinville deputy observed a vehicle drive past with sparks coming from the front driver’s side wheel. The deputy had to drive a short distance to safely turn around and lost sight of the vehicle. Within a short period of time many motorists began flashing their lights at the deputy to get his attention concerning the vehicle described above. Minutes later 911 received a call of a one car accident. Ultimately, the deputies discovered that the car in the accident had been the victim of a hit and run accident. The at fault/fleeing vehicle with the sparks coming from the front driver’s side wheel was located and arrested for Investigation of Hit and Run and DUI.
 
MENTAL COMPLAINTS
Woman calls 911 to report that she has not been taking her medication and is feeling suicidal. She was transported to the hospital for treatment.
 
VANDALISM – NE 175TH AND 132ND AVE NE
Call to 911 to report a woman had kicked over bikes in a bike rack damaging the rack. The woman is known to police and has a history of mental health and substance abuse issues. She was located and said that she was angry with her boyfriend and acted out.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 14000 BLK NE 175TH ST.
Deputies responded to investigate a 911 call of a disturbance. Two males were reportedly yelling at customers in front of the business. When contacted the males said that they were smoking and someone walked back and made a negative comment about it thus the verbal disturbance. One of the males had outstanding warrants out of Lynnwood. He was arrested and booked into jail. The other male said he was on probation for residential burglary.
 
VANDALISM – 15000 WOODINVILLE REDMOND RD
Unknown suspect(s) cut all four of the victims’ tires on her car and keyed the car as well.
 
ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED – 13700 BLK NE 175TH ST
Deputies responded to the Starbucks to investigate a report of two women fighting. The suspect in this case is known to police and has a history of mental health and substance abuse concerns. The suspect walked into the Starbucks and began hitting folks as she walked past them. At one point, the suspect who was screaming attempted to remove a toddler from his stroller. The mother intervened and during the ensuing scuffle the stroller was tipped over, the suspect then reportedly kicked the child in the head. The child was not seriously injured. Some of the business patrons stepped in and tackled the suspect to the floor until police arrived. The woman was arrested and booked into jail. The suspect in this case was also involved in a vandalism earlier in the day and was also reportedly “screaming” outside a nearby apartment complex.

Police Beat - 11/20/17

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

ASSAULT, SIMPLE – NE 173RD PL
Altercation between two developmentally disabled adults.
 
BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL NON-FORCED- 142ND AVE NE
Police responded to a 911 call reporting a disturbance. When the officers arrived, aid was on scene treating a male. According to the witness, she allowed the male and his girlfriend to spend the night at her apartment. At about 5:30 the girlfriend told the witness she had to go outside and not to lock the door behind her. A short time later the witness says she opened the door and two men wearing ski masks and carrying baseball bats came into the apartment. The men told her to “stay calm.” The witness went into her bedroom and said she heard some banging around. The witness waited in her room for a while and when she came out she saw her male friend laying on the couch with blood coming from his head. The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment. The King County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit is conducting the follow-up investigation.
 
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PLACE
The suspect stole numerous items which he said he was going to sell on-line.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 131ST AVE NE
Suspect was arrested by Bothell PD for an outstanding $10,000 theft warrant. The suspect was booked into jail without incident.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 136TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) broke out a window to gain access to the vehicle and steal a purse in plain view.
 
TRESPASS – NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL ROAD
Individual trespassed for attempting to shoplift.
 
BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL, NON-FORCED ENTRY
Unknown suspect(s) gained entry into home and stole items from within.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 136TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) broke out the window of the victim’s car and stole the purse she had secured underneath the passenger seat.
 
THEFT, AUTO – 127TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) stole a trailer with two snowmobiles.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – NE 178TH PL
Suspect arrested for Driving with a Suspended License after being stopped for driving the wrong way on a one-way street.

Police Beat - 11/13/17

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE – NE WOODINVILLE DR
Unknown person(s) left an obscene note on the victim’s vehicle.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – NE 171ST
Suspect arrested for multiple outstanding warrants.
 
VANDALISM – GARDEN WAY NE
Management called the police to trespass a suspected chronic shoplifter. The deputies found the suspect in the bathroom where he had attempted to take security measures off store property. He was cited for vandalism and given a criminal trespass warning.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – NE 183RD ST
Unknown suspect(s) rummaged through the victim’s car and took a backpack and miscellaneous other items.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – NE 171ST CT
Unknown suspect(s) gained access to the victim’s work vehicle and stole numerous items. It is unknown how the suspect(s) gained access to the vehicle as the doors were locked when the victim discovered the loss.