Northwest NEWS

February 22, 1999

Local News

Police Beat


   Feb. 12: An aggravated assault occured in the 13200 block of NE 205th when a drunk man arrived and made threats toward one of two men in a garage. Two men suffered injuries which were photographed. A citation was issued to a male for minor in possession of alcohol. He was released to his father.
   Also that day, cartons of cigarettes were stolen from the AM/PM on NE 175th. Police are trying to locate the suspect.

   Feb. 14: A Woodinville officer reported that his police car suffered seven small dents caused by an unknown suspect(s) using an unknown implement to hit the car.
   Also that day, a Woodinville woman reported her purse was taken and $100 withdrawn from her bank account with the use of her ATM card. She stated that her PIN number was in her purse.

   Feb. 15: Unknown suspects broke a window at The Barbershop and stole numerous barber items and a microwave and television. Police are looking for the suspect who left prints at the scene.

   Feb. 17: A vehicle was stopped for defective tail lights at NE 175th and 139th. The driver was arrested for a suspended license and for possession of marijuana.
   Also that day, an AM/FM CD player was stolen by an unknown suspect who broke the rear passenger window of a vehicle located in the 14000 block of NE 181st. Other vandalism was reported in the area the same day.
   Also, a fight occurred between two men at Per's Pub. One man required stitches after being hit over the head with a pool stick.


   Feb. 4: An officer responding to a silent alarm on Bothell Way at 4:30 p.m. observed two young men walking away from the area. He stopped to talk to them and asked if they had any weapons. An 18-year-old Kenmore resident said he had a butterfly knife and let the officer see it. It was an illegal weapon. The owner confessed he knew it was illegal and that anyway, he is not supposed to carry a weapon while he is on probation.

   Feb. 9: An 18-year-old student left his clothes on a chair in the locker room at Inglemoor High School when he changed into his gym clothes. Later, he realized his wallet was gone. The loss included $200 in cash, Seafirst and US Bank credit cards, as well as a Visa debit card.

   Feb. 13: A police officer observed a vehicle run a stop sign and pulled the car over in the 6800 block of NE Bothell Way. As he approached, the officer saw that the front seat passenger did not have his seat belt on and was placing something under the seat. The passenger had an outstanding warrant from Snohomish County and a search of the car found marijuana. The passenger stated that it belonged to him. He was charged for possession and then transported to the Snohomish County Jail.