Northwest NEWS

April 19, 1999

Valley Special

Duvall Police Log

   April 5: When some residents returned from vacation, they found the front door to their house on NE Stewart St. forced open. Although every cabinet and drawer had been opened, it appeared nothing had been taken. Fingerprints and other pieces of physical evidence were taken.

   April 6: A student at Cedarcrest reported that his $200 CD player had been stolen out of his unlocked vehicle when he was at school.

   April 9: A victim came to the police station after being assaulted in front of a local business on Main St. The attack had not been provoked and the victim did not fight back. Charges for assault could be filed.

   April 10: At about 2 p.m., officers were working traffic in the area of NE 150th and 275th Ave. NE. Officers observed a van that appeared to be traveling faster than the posted 25 MPH. Radar confirmed the van was traveling in excess of 40 MPH. When the officers stopped the vehicle and asked the driver for his license, the driver told them that he did not have a license because he was only 12 years old. He told the officers that the van belonged to his mother and that she did not know he had taken it. The juvenile male was placed into custody and taken to the police station for processing. He was released to his parents. Charges have been forwarded to the King County Prosecutor.