I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat
Officers responded to a report of a suspected cat burglar in the 17100 block of 131st Avenue NE.
The only loss appears to be the residents’ grip on reality.
Our two Tweeties were relieved of their suspected hallucinogenic drugs and left to sweat out Sylvester’s next appearance.
Granny would not approve.
What a Revolting Development This Is …
In what seems to be a disturbing trend in the areas of Garden Way NE, NE 178th Place, Woodinville Snohomish Road, and NE 200th Street, thieves broke out car windows and made off with whatever they found inside, which in one case, was nothing.
If you leave something in your car, be prepared to lose it. Bring your valuables in with you, which in one victim’s case would have been their fishing gear.
You might get some funny looks, but it beats the alternative.
Top Three Things to NOT Do When You Have An Outstanding Warrant:
Number three on that list would be: Ride in a suspicious vehicle with four occupants. Number two: Go into a known criminal’s house when the police are driving by. Number one: Go into a known criminal’s house where there are two other people with outstanding warrants.
This law-breaking lass made it a hat trick for officers, as all three were booked into jail.
Smile! You’re on Candid Camera
A brazen bandit revisited the scene of prior shoplifting crimes where she had been videotaped taking a five-finger discount in the 13900 block of NE 178th Place.
Store security recognized her smiling mug and made an arrest.
She was fingerprinted and released, pending theft charges.