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Police Beat - March 18, 2013

  • Written by Compiled by Maggie Inahara from City of Woodinville Police Reports

HOT POCKETS

Store security in the 14000 block of NE Woodinville-Duvall Road attempted to contact a suspicious suspect as he sashayed past the cash register and out the door.  The contents of his pockets must have become uncomfortable due to their “hot” nature, as he was seen dropping several bottles of perfume before running from the area.  The scent of his trail ended there.


SHOPPING A LA CARTE

While a shopper was making her selections in the 13900 block of NE 178th Place, a shyster was, in turn, selecting items from that shopping cart, choosing a stunning wallet, complete with credit cards. Wasting no time, our plunderer immediately made multiple purchases with the card at a nearby store.  The detective is reviewing video surveillance of the incident.


ADVICE FOR THE WICKED

So, if you already have two outstanding warrants for escape and assault, why tempt fate by acting suspiciously and skulking about an area of recent criminal activity?  Just sayin’. Officers contacted this less-than-bright fellow under suspicion of being involved in a car prowl and booked him into King County Jail on the warrants.


SPEAKING OF TEMPTING FATE ...

You know? There’s probably a good reason why your driver’s license was suspended, and an even better reason not to drive with that suspended license. Top that off with a warrant for arrest, and you should probably think about just staying home. Woodinville officers made seven arrests during this reporting period for driving while license suspended. Two of those drivers had warrants for their arrest. Gotcha!

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