JUNE 23, 1997
by Mina Hochberg
At 7 p.m. on June 13, a 34-year-old Woodinville woman received death threats over the phone from her 30-year-old boyfriend after he had called and e-mailed her at work ten times earlier that day. When she threatened to call the police, he told her he would get mad if he had to go to jail, and would kill her when he was released. No arrest has been made.
At some time between June 13 and 14, an unknown suspect broke the window of a dentist's office located on the 13000 block of NE 175th St. Nothing was taken from the office, and there was no sign of entry.
On the afternoon of June 18, a male suspect in a yellow Jeep threw water balloons and eggs at the windshield of a Pontiac at the corner of NE 171st and 143rd Ave. NE, causing $250 worth of damage to the windshield. The two victims in the Pontiac later spotted the Jeep in a parking lot and recorded the license number. Upon following the Jeep out of the lot, the victims saw the Jeep's occupants throw eggs into the woods.