March 22, 1999
Also that day, a Woodinville resident returned to her mobile home in the 19000 block of 153rd St. to find her window screens removed. Gone were a 13" Panasonic TV, a Panasonic VCR, and a tool box, all valued at $925. According to police reports, the suspect(s) forced their way in through a window located in the back of the mobile home. Police have yet to locate any suspects or the missing items.
March 9: A Mongoose BMX "Fuzzy Hall" signature bicycle was stolen from the front of the Regents Walk Apartments. Loss was $400.
March 10: A man returning from work to his home in the 17500 block of 92nd Ave. NE discovered his house had been broken into. Someone had broken a garage window and then kicked in the door from the house to the garage. Gone were 600 CDs, jewelry, 15 bottles of alcoholic beverages, and two watches. Total loss was $5,650.
Also that day, a 20-year-old man driving on NE 80th at 5:20 p.m. observed a man push ahead out of a turn at a stop sign. He honked and gave the universal salute. The second driver stopped, got out of his car, spit on and punched the first driver. Driver 1 drove to work on Bothell Way. Driver 2 followed, got out of his vehicle carrying a wrench and yelling and swearing at Driver 1. Fellow employees called the police. Driver 2 left. When contacted by police, Driver 2 stated that Driver 1 had spit at him and punched him in the face.
March 13: A 13-year-old girl reported her purse was taken Saint Edwards Park gym where she was attending a dance for students from Kenmore and Northshore junior high schools. Loss was reported at $50.