Northwest NEWS

June 26, 2000

Local News

Police Beat

   June 14: In the 128th St. area of Woodinville, police recovered a flashlight left in a car after a reported car prowl. Prints were lifted and the flashlight was entered as evidence.

   June 16: A Woodinville business was burglarized when suspect(s) removed the front door lock. A small amount of cash and an empty bank bag were stolen.

   June 16: Aluminum stock was reported removed from a fenced and gated area of a Woodinville/Snohomish Road business.

   June 18: On a follow-up report, misdemeanor charges were filed against a Seattle man for possession of marijuana after he fell asleep on a bus in the Park & Ride, couldn't be roused, then he provided fake I.D. and was found to have marijuana on his person.

   June 19: Hinges were removed on a shed door, and a tank of oxygen was removed from a local business.

   June 19: A business in the 141st Pl. area of Woodinville reported a lock was cut off a truck and tools stolen.

   June 19: Another business in the 189th St. area reported two trucks were broken into and tools were stolen.

   June 20: A distraught female crisis caller was taken to Harborview Medical Center after she threatened suicide.

Police Beat is compiled by Becky Nixon.