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Police Beat - 10/16/17

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

VANDALISM – NE 195TH / 164TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) cut the chain link that keeps the barrier closed.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM BUSINESS – 135TH AVE NE
Unknown person(s) gained access to the private parking lot and removed numerous items from the victim’s car. No sign of a forced entry although the victim is relatively certain the car was locked.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – NE 183RD ST
Unknown suspect(s) broke out the window of the victim’s car and stole numerous items.
 
PROPERTY, FOUND – NE 175TH ST
Found machete was taken for safe keeping.
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, N/F – NE 175TH ST
Unknown suspect(s) entered the fenced railyard and apparently used a ski pole to try and break the engine and caboose windows.
 
PERSON WITH A WEAPON – NE 175TH ST
Shortly before 10:00 p.m. a deputy was in the area of NE 175th ST and 132nd AVE NE doing traffic enforcement, when he saw an adult male ride by on a small bicycle in the travel portion of the road. The male did not have on a helmet nor did have a front or rear light on the bicycle. The deputy stopped the bicyclist, while speaking with him the deputy noticed a partial handle of a fixed bladed knife partially concealed in his back pants pocket.  The deputy advised the male to keep his hands on the handlebars of the bike and not reach for the knife. As the conversation continued the male became more and more agitated and the male began bragging about his violent history. At this point, the deputy placed him into handcuffs. The deputy removed the knife and discovered it had a 5” fixed blade and was being held around the suspect’s waist with a string. The knife was seized as evidence and the male was cited for being in possession of a dangerous weapon.
 
VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN – NE 149TH ST
A citizen called 911 to report that the vehicle had been parked on the roadway unoccupied for the last few days. The vehicle had been stolen out of Kirkland.

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