18200 Block 96th Ave NE: On Nov. 2, around 8 p.m., a dog was reported as attacking another dog and biting it. ACO Boucher was advised the following day and was able to contact the attacking dog owner to provide them with a written warning. The reporting party was asked to license her dog and did so within hours, emailing proof of receipt to ACO Boucher.
21300 Block 11th Dr SE: On Nov. 3, around 11:45 p.m., officers responded for a physical domestic disturbance between husband and wife. The couple are going through a separation and the argument that started over the female eating the male’s cake escalated into shoving, then grappling, then the female biting the male. The female was determined to be the primary aggressor and was booked into Snohomish County Jail for Assault 4 DV.
18700 Block 103rd Ave NE: On Nov. 4, at 11:30 a.m., the reporting party called 911 because their 90-year-old wife has dementia and walked away from their residence. The walkaway was found walking briskly past the police department on her way home. She was returned home and the reporting party was given information on GPS trackers.
22400 Block 18th Ave SE: On Nov. 5, around 6:30 a.m., officers responded to a report of a motor vehicle prowl. Officers discovered that the suspects had rummaged around in the victim’s car and then fled the scene. Upon arrival officers determined the victim had actually had both their cars broken into. Minimal items were missing from the victim’s cars and the suspects were not located.
19000 Block 120th Ave: On Nov. 5, just before 12 p.m., multiple officers responded to the report of an adult male assaulting a younger female and forcing her into a vehicle. The call was initially handled as a kidnapping in progress. Officers arrived on scene and quickly determined the victim was actually a young autistic male who refused to cut his hair. He was having a bad day and was trying to run away; necessitating physical restraint by his father. No crime was committed.
20800 Block SR 527 SE: On Nov. 5, at about 10 p.m., officers responded to an unwanted subject at Thrasher’s 7-11. The employee wanted a subject trespassed who was refusing to leave. Officers arrived and identified the subject who was also in a wheelchair. The employee stated that the male subject was in the store for hours without purchasing anything. They asked him to leave several times but he refused. The subject was trespassed from the store and declined service assistance. The subject was observed moving his wheelchair without issue and then sitting back down in it and wheeling himself southbound on State Route 527.
18100 Block 102nd Ave NE: On Nov. 6, around 12:50 a.m., officers responded to a welfare check of an adult Asian female standing outside of the Merc Apartments who appeared intoxicated. The reporting party said the woman appeared to be “tweaking out.” Officers arrived and began talking with the female who was exhibiting signs of extreme intoxication. She was unable to form a coherent sentence and was talking in gibberish. While talking with the female, she ran out into the roadway and began running down the middle of the street. There was traffic in the area and officers were concerned she might be hit by nearby motoring traffic. They detained the female who then tried to assault the officers. She was restrained without incident. The female then began exhibiting signs of excited delirium. Bothell Fire was requested to evaluate the female. While Officers were waiting for aid, they noticed the female’s pupils were extremely large and non-reactive to light. She continued to grunt, moan, and scream gibberish. She continued to thrash about and kick at officers while on the ground. Bothell Fire arrived and evaluated the female. Due to her demeanor and vitals, Bothell Fire decided to expedite her transport and she was transported to Overlake Hospital.
21500 Block SR 527 SE: On Nov. 7, at 3:20 a.m., an officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for moving violations. The driver displayed signs of intoxication and refused all testing. The driver was arrested for DUI where he refused BAC and admitted he was trying to delay things as much as possible. The driver was booked into Snohomish County Jail after a blood warrant was served.
HOME DEPOT BURGLARY
18300 Block 120th Ave NE: On Nov. 7, at about 4:55 p.m., Home Depot AP called to report a female who had been previously trespassed and was inside the store attempting to shoplift. The female exited the store with several hundred dollars in unpaid merchandise and was detained in the parking lot. The female was confirmed to be the subject previously trespassed at another Home Depot location. The female was booked into King County Jail for burglary.