Northwest NEWS

February 18, 2002

Local News

Police Beat

*Feb. 12: Around 9:30 in the evening, an officer contacted a male standing on the corner of Northeast 184th and 132nd Avenue Northeast. After a brief conversation, the officer ran the man's name and date of birth.

Local teens suspected in 10 home break-ins

*Around 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 12, Bothell Police apprehended four juvenile males while investigating an attempted break-in of an occupied home located in the 16800 block of 122nd Avenue Northeast in Bothell.

Five 'home invasion' suspects found; two plead not guilty

*Jenny Amick and Marqus Jones, the first two suspects arrested in conjunction with the Bothell home-invasion robbery last month, pleaded not guilty to charges of first-degree burglary and first-degree assault. During the robbery a resident was shot in the face and hand, and another was beaten in the head with a pistol.

Library support strong throughout county

*Not only did levy support run high for school measures, voters also approved a tax increase to sustain the King County Library System.

Ball still in air over soccer infringement on farmland

*State Rep. Toby Nixon's bill to let farmland be used for playing fields died in committee last week.

Obituary: Glenn Edgar Ross Sr.

*Glenn Edgar Ross Sr. died Feb. 10 at Evergreen Hospice in Kirkland while surrounded by family. He was born in Seattle on April 3, 1915, where he met his loving wife Phyllis for the first time in 1920 in kindergarten class at Whitworth Elementary School.

Woodinville violinist to make solo debut

*Jaime Marcello, 15, of Woodinville recently won the first prize at the 2001 Northwest Sinfonietta Youth Concerto Competition in Tacoma.

Shannon McArdel is outstanding freshman scholar

*Shannon Leah McArdel of Woodinville has been selected as the freshman medalist for the 2000-2001 school year at the University of Washington.

Nicholas Lenning serves as legislative page

*Woodinville resident Nicholas Lenning, 15, recently served as a page for one week in the Washington State Legislature. He was sponsored by Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, D-Bothell.

Bothell needs citizen input on Comprehensive Plan update

*The City of Bothell invites citizens to attend community Open House meetings to provide input on its Major Comprehensive Plan Update from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20, and Wednesday, Feb. 27, at the Bothell Police Department community room, 18410 101st Ave. NE.

Duvall Police Report

*Criminal traffic: An officer using his on-board computer to check a license plate discovered the registered owner of the vehicle had a suspended license. The driver was arrested and his vehicle was impounded.