10100 block NE 200TH ST: On Sept. 8, at 11:12 p.m., Officers responded or the second shift in a row to this residence for a disturbance between roommates. The female homeowner called to report that a former male roommate had shown up and assaulted her. Both the male and female had visible injuries. The male initially would not say what happened, and later gave a vague and unlikely account of the fight. Both females in the house told the same story, explaining that the male showed up at the residence to get his stuff and a fight ensued. The male threw the homeowner against a wall and then to the ground.  He was arrested and booked for Assault 4 DV.


I-405 before I-5: On Sept. 9 at 2:13 a.m., officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for lane travel on I-405. The driver slowed but did not pull over for some time, but eventually stopped just before I-5. The driver was detained and found to have alcohol on his breath. Officers worked through a language barrier and were able to conduct the HGN test, finding six clues. Other tests were not performed for medical reasons. The driver was arrested and later blew a .12. The female passenger was arrested for an Assault 4 DV warrant.  Their young child was in the back seat and custody was transferred to family.


15500 block Juanita-Woodinville Way NE: On Sept. 9, at 5:04 p.m., RP reported his white 2004 Honda CBR 1000 RR motorcycle was stolen. No suspects at this time. 


I-405 / SR527: On Sept. 9, at 7:56 p.m., WSP reported they were in pursuit with a red Honda with stolen plates that was last seen exiting onto SR527 SE from I-405. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the vehicle. 


12800 block NE 199th ST: On Sept. 9, at 10:48 p.m., RP reported her neighbor was passed out in their vehicle in their driveway. The neighbor's daughter came to the RP asking for help in trying to wake her mother. Before police arriving, the mother woke up and went inside the residence. Officers contacted the mother who said she was tired and fell asleep in the driveway. Officers talked with the RP and learned the mother is often intoxicated by drugs and alcohol. Her daughter often stays at the RP's residence due to her mother's regular impairment.  CPS was contacted. The daughter stayed with the RP per the mother and RP's wishes.


22100 block 17th Ave SE: On Sept. 10, at 12:06 p.m., officers responded to a domestic incident at the Extended Stay on 17th Ave SE. Through investigation, it was found that a domestic violence incident took place between an adult brother and sister. The brother was taken into custody and booked into Snohomish County Jail for Assault 4 DV.  


18300 block 120 Ave NE: On Sept. 10, at 1:24 p.m., Home Depot Loss Prevention called and reported a male had exited the store after attempting to push $785 in unpaid power tools out of the return entrance. The male was confronted at the exit, left the cart, and ran into the parking lot. Officers conducted an area check for the suspect and contacted several passersby that indicated the male was lingering in the area. Loss Prevention called back and advised the male was associated with another male who was still inside the store, and that they had arrived in a gray Honda Civic with a black hood. The vehicle was located in the parking lot. The second male was detained as he walked out the return entrance, taken into custody for theft, and searched incident to arrest.  The second male had approximately $55 in stolen merchandise on his person. The second male said they had come to this location to commit theft. The initial suspect was observed returning to his vehicle after marked units left the area and were taken into custody after a traffic stop. The initial suspect had previously been trespassed from all Home Depot locations in July 2020. The male provided consent to search his vehicle in which drug paraphernalia was recovered. The initial suspect was booked into KCJ for ORT, Burglary 2, PDP, and DWLS/3.  The second male was booked into KCJ for ORT and PDP. 


21300 block 2nd Ave SE: On Sept. 11, at 4:36 a.m., a Hispanic male wearing a red shirt was observed going through mailboxes.  He was associated with a silver passenger car (no plate, make or model was given). Officers checked the area but the subject was gone on arrival.

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