|Police Beat - April 9, 2012|
|Written by Compiled by Maggie Inahara from City of Woodinville Police Reports|
A shopper in the 18000 block of Garden Way NE must have had a severe case of dusty nostrils, as he apparently decided to sample several brands of dust remover via insufflate inspection before deciding on his purchase.
It appears that he became overwhelmed by his choices, as he was found swooning in the restroom immediately following his effluvial analysis. He was medically cleared by fire department personnel before being arrested, fingerprinted and released.
While it’s never a good idea to chat on your cell phone while driving, it’s an even worse undertaking if you happen to have an outstanding criminal warrant at the time. Washington state’s primary offense law caught up with our chatty driver in a big way when a Woodinville officer, who was patrolling for possible burglaries near NE 175th Street and 164th Avenue NE, spotted the cell phone infraction and made a traffic stop.
That conversation cost the driver far more than the standard $124 ticket, and ended when he was arrested and booked into jail.
The hostess may tell you that it will only be a few minutes, and that window table is a lock, but this yahoo at a restaurant in the 13700 block of NE 174th Street decided to steal that magic seating I-pad at the hostess podium and dictate his own destiny. It is unknown if that primo spot was secured for that evening’s dining, but Karma shall certainly place him near the kitchen door for all future dining forays.
Two adult children were not playing nicely with their cars in the 15600 block of NE 124th Street. When neither driver was able to extract an apology from the other, they both accused each other of following the other one home and making naughty hand gestures.
Sometimes, kids just need to take their toys and go home.