FEBRUARY 17, 1997
In other police news:
Feb. 5: A Woodinville resident delivered 434 shotgun shells to the police for disposal. The shells had been soaked in water in his basement by the recent flooding and were not safe for shooting.
Feb. 8: Unknown suspect(s) pried their way into a business in the 12200 block of NE Woodinville Drive. The perpetrator(s) made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and two laptop computers, and damaged several file cabinets. The business is moving out of state this month and several employees have been let go recently.
Feb. 10: A computer was stolen from a Wellington Elementary portable. Fresh pry marks were discovered at the scene and the alarm for the building had been tripped and was beeping when janitors investigated a mysterious power outage there. This was the third such incident in six months.
Twenty-two "A-boards," also called sandwich signs, were stolen from a local housing development and redistributed along NE 175th Street: seven in front of city hall and 15 near the grocery stores.
Feb. 11: Two male Woodinville High students, ages 17 and 18, were cited by police for minor-in-possession and consumption in the 19500 block of 144th Avenue NE. Police found a half-rack of Bud Ice, and the students were in possession of open containers.