16500 NE 195 ST: On Aug. 8, at about 3:30 p.m., deputies responded to the neighborhood for reports of a male with dogs that stopped to talk to children. The caller referenced seeing an online post about a male in the area that stopped and talked with some children a few days earlier. Based on a description, the deputy was able to identify and speak with the male, who is a long-time neighbor. After investigating, detectives determined there was no crime or criminal intent.
19800 166 AVE NE: On Aug. 11, at about 5 p.m., deputies were called to investigate a domestic assault without injury. Deputies arrested an adult and booked them in Kirkland Jail for misdemeanor assault charges. The case was sent to the prosecutor’s office for review.
THEFT FROM VEHICLE
13900 NE 175 ST: On Aug. 12, during the early afternoon, an unidentified male removed the catalytic converters from three separate cars parked in different lots in the downtown business district. All three vehicles were Toyota Prius models. Deputies obtained video footage of the suspect and detectives are currently working to identify the suspect.
19100 block Bothell Way NE
On Aug. 1, at 11:17 a.m., a store clerk called 911 and reported a man inside the Rite Aid store for trespassing because the clerk recognized him from a previous shoplift of liquor at the same store. Officers contacted the man in the liquor section with a duffle bag and backpack stuffed full of liquor bottles. Upon being contacted by officers the man said, "You got me." During the investigation, officers located a silver Volvo station wagon parked at a nearby church, which was associated with a white female adult. The female and vehicle matched the description of the getaway driver and vehicle from a previous liquor theft. The female was contacted and admitted to her involvement and gave a consent search of her vehicle. A bottle of Jack Daniels with a security cap from Fred Meyers was recovered from the vehicle. The 19-year-old Seattle woman gave a written statement about her involvement and the 19-year-old Seattle man was booked into the King County Jail for organized retail theft 2nd degree.