April 12, 1999
March 21: An 18-year-old Woodinville woman is wanted for suspicion of car theft, hit-and-run, and totaling the stolen car. The woman left her wallet and driver's license in the stolen car when she fled the scene, police said. The 29-year-old male victim met the woman and her sister in a Woodinville bar after midnight on March 20. He invited them to his apartment after the bar closed. In the morning, the suspect asked to borrow his car. He agreed, with the stipulation she return it that night. He said she returned it the next day at 8 a.m. He went back to sleep. When he awoke at 11 a.m., his keys and car were missing. Police told him it was a civil matter until it was missing for two days. Two days later, he reported it still missing. Officers checked his plates and found the car was involved in a hit-and-run. The victim was allowed to reclaim his Jeep.
March 26: At 9 p.m., a woman entered the Inglemoor Golf Club to attend an auction hosted by the Assistance League of the Eastside. She hung her full-length brown mink coat in an unattended coat room. She saw it there later in the evening. At the end of the auction at 11 p.m., the coat was gone. Loss: $20,000.
March 27: A 50-year-old man walking in the alley behind Kenmore Safeway at 1:15 a.m. was attacked by two men who struck him in the face and kicked him in the rib cage. They did not take anything and left the area. Victim was intoxicated and uncooperative. The only description he could provide was "two males."