November 16, 1998
Nov. 10: An 18-year-old Bothell man and 16-year-old Woodinville girl were booked into King County Jail and the Youth Service Center, respectively, for second degree robbery. Police say the man yelled at three boys walking in the 15600 block of the Woodinville-Duvall Rd., then chased them to a home and demanded the trio hand over their money.
Nov. 7: An anonymous male phoned QFC and told the service manager that there were some bags on a loading dock and suggested he call police about them. The bags were found to contain a camcorder, VCR, video games, VHS tapes and jewelry. Police say the items appear to be some that were stolen during a rash of burglaries in the Woodinville Heights area. A suspect had been arrested in connection with at least two cases.
Nov. 6: A Sony CD player and 14 assorted CDs were stolen out of a 1997 Ford Escort in the Target parking lot. The victim had been away from her car for 10 minutes when she came back, discovered an unlocked door and the missing items.
Nov. 6: A 33-year-old Hispanic male was arrested for violation of a no-contact order and interfering with the reporting of domestic violence after he entered an apartment in the 13300 block of N.E. 171st St. The wife called 911, but the suspect ripped the phone out of the wall. The court order, issued after an August domestic violence incident, was again violated Nov. 11 when the suspect started to yell at her and call her names while she was in a car parked at Target.
Oct. 18: A .357 handgun, rifle, ammo for a .44 magnum and silver certificates and money were taken from an Waterford apartment.
Oct. 17: Drills, wrenches, micrometers and other tools were stolen from Beaver Machine Works in the 12600 block of N.E. 178th St. Someone forced entry through a bathroom and made off with an estimated $1,345 in items.
Oct. 17: It was reported that $1,800 in power and hand tools were taken from an open car-port type structure of a business in the 17000 block of Wood-Red. Rd.
Oct. 1: The owner of a rental home in the 12400 block of N.E. 149th St. reported that renters had trashed it.
Nov. 10: Estranged husband drove to wife's home in the 4500 block of 183 SW where he produced a knife. He has attempted suicide in the past. He was transported to Evergreen for medical evaluation.
Nov. 6: Female had friend over to her home in the 6600 block of NE 182nd. When she woke up, the suspect and her car were gone. Police recovered vehicle on Nov. 11.
Nov. 8: Homeowner reported that someone had replaced his pain medication with Tylenol and that some blank checks were missing. No signs of forced entry. Victim recently listed home for sale and had a key box placed at his home.
Nov. 11: Someone forced a door at Knoll Lumber. Missing were 20 portable two-way radios, a base station and numerous other items. Loss totaled $5800.
Nov. 9: Officer stopped vehicle for driving with no rear bumper and a broken tail light at 10:30 p.m. Twenty-seven-year-old driver from Lynnwood had had his drivers license suspended Nov. 28, 1997. A small canister containing white rock-like substance was found in vehicle. Driver was booked into King County Jail.
Nov. 7: Someone flattened the left rear tires on four vehicles and gouged an X on the manager's door on NE Bothell Way.
Nov. 5: Seventeen year old male student at Inglemoor High School forced a forty-seven-year-old man off of the road while racing with another car. The man's son recognized the car. The next day the driver of the car assaulted the son and gave him a black eye. The suspect, when confronted by the police, confessed and signed a confession. He was released to his father.
Nov 6: 7300 block on NE 162nd Street. Victim reported $550 worth of jewelry gone from their bedroom. Suspect had been working as a contractor on the bedroom two days before. Suspect no longer lives at address given.
Nov. 6: Expresso stand on Juanita Drive reported burglary. Loss estimated at $200.
Nov. 3: 1600 block of 70th Ave. NE. Burglar broke through rear slider. Loss included jewelry, a pistol, various electrical items, and two Franklin Mint knives. Loss totaled $7644.