Northwest NEWS

October 12, 1998

Local News

Police Beat

WOODINVILLE

Woodinville Police Beat compiled by Andrew Walgamott
  
   Oct. 4: Four BF Goodrich tires and the aluminum rims they were mounted on were stolen off of a 1994 Ford F-250 while it was parked at a business in the 19900 block of 144th Ave. N.E. An attempt was also made to disengage a CB from the cab.
  
   Oct. 2: A 33-year-old Lynnwood woman was arrested for outstanding warrants after she and a 30-year-old Mountlake Terrace man were contacted by police for dumpster diving in the 15500 block of Wood-Red Road.
  
   Oct. 1: An 18-year-old Brier man was arrested on an outstanding second-degree car prowl warrant near the intersection of N.E. 175th St. and 131st Ave. N.E.
  
   Sept. 30/Oct. 1: Someone removed the left front tire and rim from a 1990 Dodge Caravan while the van was being worked on at RJ Tire. The vehicle also suffered damage to a running board.
  
   Oct. 2: A book of blank checks was removed from the top of a refrigerator at a home in the 14500 block of N.E. 149th Pl.
  
   Sept. 20: After signing on a car loan while they were a couple, a 38-year-old Renton man, who has since married someone else, is demanding that his former girlfriend take his name off the loan. The woman says he has been leaving voice messages threatening to blow up the vehicle. Police cited the man in the 20200 block of 142nd Ave. N.E.
  
   Oct. 6: Two CD cases with 200 CDs were stolen from a Honda Prelude parked near Cineplex Odeon. Someone attempted to pry open a door lock, but failing at that, smashed out a rear window. Loss was estimated at $1,620.
  
   Oct. 2-5: A Train furnace worth $800 was stolen from an unsecured townhome in the Hawthorne development.
  
   Oct. 8: Police recommend two male Woodinville High students be charged with possession of marijuana in juvenile court after school security discovered pieces of "leafy green substance" in a car the boys were in.
  
   Oct. 6/7: A 1987 Nissan was stolen from the Waterford Apartments.
  
  

KENMORE

Kenmore Police Beat compiled by John Phelps
  
   Oct. 5: A bedroom window in the 7400 block of NE 143 street was reported broken by a baseball.
  
   Oct. 6: A hospital patient asked his mother to check his home in the 18000 block of 80th Ave. NE . Jewelry and a large amount of cash were found to be missing. There were no signs of break in.
  
   Oct. 7: A male juvenile stuffed two 10 oz. bottles of beer into his backpack and attempted to leave Safeway in 6800 block of NE Bothell Way at 10:30 p.m. He was detained by employees. Suspect signed a confession and was arrested and released to his mother.
  
   Oct. 5: Suspect ran out of adult video store in Kenmore at 11:30 p.m. with armload of merchandise totaling $572.40. Clerk pursued the suspect while he threw items around the parking lot and at the clerk. Police apprehended suspect at nearby restaurant and booked him into King County Jail.
  
   Oct. 4: In the 6000 block of NE 54th, resident discovered his van was stolen from his driveway overnight.
  
   Oct. 2: Four juvenile males placed a 12-pack of beer in a backpack and attempted to leave Safeway in 6800 block of Bothell Way NE. Two were captured, turned over to police and released to their mothers.