ANIMAL BITE —
23400 Block 35th Ave SE: On April 27 at 4:68 a.m., an officer contacted a delivery employee who stated that when he drove onto the property in an attempt to deliver a package, he was attacked by two large dogs. The officer observed several bloody puncture marks on the employee’s arm. The officer spoke with the dog owner and learned that both dogs are contained by an invisible fencing system and there’s a posted sign for all deliveries to be left at the edge of the property. The officer informed the owner that his dog needed to be quarantined for 10 days and the owner said he would be able to follow this protocol. Follow up issued to animal control.
MISSING PERSON —
20000 Block 108th Ave NE: On April 28, a woman with dementia was reported missing by her husband after she went for a walk with their dog but failed to return home after two hours. The husband reported this as an unusual occurrence as she usually returned home within an hour after taking a walk. An officer located the woman at MOD Pizza in Canyon Park.
SID’S HANDYMART: On April 30, at around 8 a.m., the owner of Sid’s Handymart called 911 after a Caucasian female made racist Asian comments toward him as he worked the register. He and other customers told her to leave but she refused. The owner stated the female came inside and was at the ATM for several minutes before walking up to the register and making repeated racist statements and displays towards him. Officers contacted the female who then began making racist and derogatory comments towards them. When officers attempted to speak with her, she told him that she hated “Asians and N‑---ers”, directing these comments towards both responding officers. As one of the officers directed the female to exit the store, the female threatened to punch her in the mouth. The sergeant responded to the scene and was met with more racist and derogatory commentary from the female. She was arrested for investigation of Disorderly Conduct and booked into jail.
KIA THEFT —
19100 Block 112th Ave NE: On April 30, at 6:32 p.m., the victim reported his Kia Optima was stolen sometime that afternoon. No suspect information. The key may have been with the vehicle.
LARGE GROUP FIGHT —
21200 Block 30th Dr SE: On May 1, at 12:18 a.m., security for an event at the Empire Banquet Hall reported a fight involving 20 plus people. Security advised there were over 200 people inside the venue and advised they had pepper sprayed several subjects when additional fights broke out. Officers arrived and observed several subjects fighting in the parking lot. Nobody was cooperative with the investigation or wanted to be the victim of any crime. They left the area without further incident. Security reported they observed several subjects fighting on the dance floor. They tried to stop the fight but nobody would comply with their commands. One of the security guards was punched in the face by an unknown subject. They used pepper spray to stop the fighting. They kicked everyone out of the banquet hall at that time. Nobody stayed behind to report being the victim of any crime.
CAR PROWL —
12000 Block NE 204th PL: On May 1, at 9:08 a.m., an officer was dispatched to a residence where the victim reported his vehicle was broken into sometime during the late evening/early morning hours, and $500 worth of property was stolen.
7-11 THEFT —
14500 Block Juanita-Woodinville Way NE (7-11): On May 1, at 10:37 a.m., a 7-11 clerk called 911 concerning a female that shoplifted merchandise and walked away on foot. The reporting party reported this female was a regular customer. The RP waited 20 minutes prior to calling because he had to review store surveillance to verify his suspicions. The officer responded to the scene but because of the delay was unable to locate the female suspect.
10600 Block NE 175th St: On May 1, at 3:19 p.m., officers responded to an address for a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, officers learned the dispute was between the mother and an adult daughter, which started as a verbal until the daughter grabbed her mother by the hair and dragged her several feet on the floor. The daughter was booked into jail for DV Assault.
BIG 5 THEFT —
BIG 5 SPORTS: On May 1, at 4:22 p.m., dispatch received a 911 call from Big 5 Sports reporting a male suspect walked out of the store with approximately eight pieces of clothing still on hangers. Officers responded to the area but were unable to locate the male.
HIT AND RUN —
18700 Block of 103rd Ave NE: On May 1, at 9:44 p.m., A caller reported a black truck hit his neighbor’s vehicle and left the scene without stopping to leave their information. Officers arrived in the area and located the vehicle a few blocks away. The driver of the black truck denied being in a collision. Officers documented the incident and forwarded the case to the prosecutor’s office for review.
ASSAULT 4 DV —
19000 Block 100th Ave NE: On May 1, at 10: 06 p.m., the reporting party called and reported her husband had assaulted her and was trying to leave. Officers arrived and contacted both subjects. Through their investigation, it was determined the husband had assaulted the RP and was arrested. He was booked into jail.
ASSAULT 4 DV —
8800 Block NE 191st PL: On May 1, at 11:12 p.m., the RP reported her adult son assaulted her husband. Officers arrived and learned the son had tackled his father during an argument. The father hit his head on the way down causing an abrasion and pain. The son fled out the second story window when officers tried to contact him. Officers caught up to the son and arrested him in the backyard. He was booked into jail.
23000 Block 12th DR SE: On May 2, at 6:22 p.m., the RP reported that an adult male was sleeping on her property. Officers arrived and contacted the subject. The subject was homeless but declined service assistance. The subject voluntarily left the area. BPD has had a welfare check and suspicious calls on this same subject recently.