July 6, 1998
- June 25: Someone entered a home in the 12600 block of N.E. 157th St. through an unlocked garage and stole about $585 in cash and tools while the victims slept.
- June 23: A sewing machine missing from a residence in the 12600 block of N.E. 166th Court since a November drinking party apparently was pawned, the son of the victim was told by a friend.
- June 22: A Canon EOS Rebel camera, 70-210 mm telephoto lens and other camera gear worth $925 turned up missing from a home in the 13500 block of N.E. 188th Pl. The equipment may have been inside cabinets the victim sold in February.
- June 22: A 1987 Pontiac Sunbird stolen from south Snohomish County was recovered in the Wellington Hills area just across the county line the same night. Police observed the vehicle at an unofficial used car lot in the 15400 block of Woodinville-Duvall Road and followed it up 156th Ave. N.E. but lost sight when it sped off. After an area check the car was found, though there was no sign of a suspect.
- June 21: Someone gained entry to a residence in the 18100 block of 145th Pl. N.E. and stole two Casio watches, a Krieger watch, a wedding ring and a telephone.
- June 21: Green vegetable material and a glass smoking pipe found in a home in the 12700 block of N.E. 171st Pl. were turned over to the state crime lab for analysis.
- June 20: Someone broke into a 1991 VW Passat, possibly with a spark plug, and stole $2,247 worth of CDs and stereo equipment. The vehicle was parked in the 17900 block of 145 Pl. N.E.
- June 19/20: CDs, a CD player, a cell phone, disaster kits and a portable CD player were stolen from a 1992 Honda Prelude parked in the 13000 block of N.E. 200th Pl. A piece of ceramic used to break the glass as well as a fingerprint on a Tic Tac container were recovered.
- June 19: A 1996 Honda Accord in the 13800 block of N.E. 205th St. was broken into and stereo equipment worth $1,900 was stolen. Ceramic, possibly from a spark plug, was found nearby.
- June 18: An unknown white male attempted to purchase a halogen head lamp and other outdoor equipment with a stolen check for $82.43 at Golden Egg. The suspect, described as 25, 5-foot 11-inches and 180 pounds with red hair and freckles, left on foot after police were alerted.
- June 18: A 14-year-old Woodinville-area boy was arrested for stealing a package of aerator screens and a pop worth $2.38 from McLendons after he proceeded through the checkout line without paying. Police say the screens are sometimes used to hold drugs in pipes.
- June 16/17: Someone broke into a 1989 Honda Civic at the Woodland Hills apartments and took CDs and a pair of sunglasses.
- June 16: Police pulled a 30-year-old Bothell man over after he left a Kingsgate bar at a high rate of speed on 124th Ave. N.E. and crossed the center line. The suspect was ticketed for driving under the influence and taken to the precinct for processing.
- June 16: Two shots were fired from a .45 caliber gun at the downtown Chevron at about 9:00 p.m. A witness saw a man in a white van with a silver handgun. The van left westbound on N.E. 175th St.
- June 10: Tools including an air compressor with a value approximately $3,000 were stolen from a home being remodeled on 83rd Place NE. Contractor returning to job in morning discovered the missing items. It appeared that entry was gained by use of key.
- June 21: Two teens were driving through the intersection at 84th NE and NE 155th when a projectile hit the car window breaking it. Boy riding in passenger side was struck by the object but was not seriously injured. Police determined that it was likely a BB gun either deliberately or inadvertently fired in the direction of the car.
- June 22: A man taking an evening walk on NE 140th near 81st Ave. NE was approached by two teenage boys who grabbed his wallet from his back pocket and ran. The man went to his nearby home and reported the incident and then returned to the scene where witnesses identified the boys involved. Police went to one boy's home where he admitted taking the wallet. While there, the other boy came to the home and his version had them finding the wallet along the road. The police recovered $300 from the boys and then were taken to where the wallet was discarded and the rest of the money was recovered. They were turned over to Juvenile Court on a charge of first degree theft.
- June 23: Police were called to investigate damage to the readerboard at Inglemoor High School. Police determined an explosive device was placed between the panels in the lighted board and detonated. Damage to the east side of the display was extensive. At this time, no suspects have been apprehended.
- June 24: A couple married for only two weeks were enjoying a night of bowling at Kenmore Lanes when the wife was heard by her husband to be thanking another man for a ride she had been given a few weeks earlier. The husband became enraged and left, went to his home, took his clothes and some personal belongings and returned to the bowling alley. A fight ensued that involved others in the bowling alley trying to quell the disturbance. Police were called and the matter was resolved.