Police Beat - May 28,2012

Obscure Space Junk?

Nobody likes surprises, so when a gal parked her car at work in the 16900 block of 140th Ave NE and returned to find dents and scrapes to the roof, she was left to contemplate the possible causes.

Ambitious seagulls dropping their shellfish wares? Isolated giant hailstorm? Mischievous lads skipping rocks?  At least we know there’s one insurance company that covers that. Bum ba-dum bum bum bum bum.

Renaissance Check

A checking account that had been closed by a business in the 15500 block of Woodinville-Redmond Road came back to life through no action or intent on the part of that business.

The account was put to rest once again and a report of fraud was taken by Woodinville Police.

No Hay Dinero

A female restaurant patron dined upon some south-of-the-border delicacies at a restaurant in the 13400 block of NE 175th Street.  When it was time to settle up the bill, the universally understood concept of payment for goods consumed was somehow lost upon this delinquent diner.

She was trespassed from the restaurant by Woodinville Police.  I’m guessing she didn’t leave a tip, either.

That’s Hot!

Two female shoppers were enjoying a girl’s day out shopping spree at a retail store in the 13900 block of NE 178th Place.  Selections were made based on the reliable opinions from the mutual BFFs on the hotness factor of each item.

The hotness of their selections was undeniably confirmed outside of the store, as there was no evidence of payment to be found. They were cited into court for misdemeanor theft and released.

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