BOTHELL:

POSSIBLE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE –

23900 BLOCK 42 AVE SE: On Dec. 28 around 10:20 p.m., officers responded to a possible domestic violence at a residence after a woman called a hospital’s advice nurse regarding several injuries. The injuries included broken ribs and an unexplainable bruise that manifested on her leg. She was interviewed for quite some time and refused to provide any information about what caused the injuries. She met with different officers but did not provide any information to continue the investigation.

ARGUMENT OVER RENT—

21600 BLOCK 16 DR SE: On Dec. 29 at about 8 p.m., officers responded when a multi-generational family got into an argument in reference to a family member refusing to pay rent. Officers worked with the family to come up with a temporary payment plan.

ASSAULT—

10300 BLOCK NE 189 ST: On Dec. 30 at 8:40 a.m., officers responded to a domestic violence disturbance between a female and her father. Upon arrival, officers learned that the disturbance became physical and the male was arrested for assault, and booked into Snohomish County Jail.

CAR PROWL—

19100 BLOCK NORTH CREEK PARKWAY: On Dec. 30 around 10:30 a.m., an employee reported that sometime over the late night/early morning hours, one of their vehicles was prowled and approximately $1,500 worth of tools and ladders were stolen. There were no signs of forced entry. The reporting party was frustrated because this same van had its catalytic converter stolen the month prior. Crime prevention tips (video surveillance, alarms, etc.) were recommended and a request for extra patrol around his business at night.

HOME DEPOT THEFT—

18300 BLOCK 120 AVE NE: On Jan. 3 at about 6 p.m., patrol responded to Home Depot for a theft in progress. The suspect was arrested for theft 2nd degree because of the dollar amount taken as she attempted to flee the store. The parking lot was canvassed and two people were located in the suspect’s car. Both were arrested after K9 Norman ‘hit’ on the car and the car was impounded. The primary suspect claimed she had swallowed heroin while handcuffed in an attempt to avoid jail.  She was taken to the hospital and then jail. 

LOST—

23800 BLOCK 15 AVE SE: On Jan. 3 at about 4 a.m., officers encountered a female subject who was walking through the neighborhood about seven blocks north of her home. This was the third or fourth time in two weeks. This female is commonly awake in the early morning hours and finds herself lost. She knows her name, but not her address. The incident was referred to the navigator to reach out to her family.

THEFT AT HOME DEPOT—

18300 BLOCK 120 AVE NE: On Jan. 3 at 2:55 p.m., dispatch received a 911 call from Home Depot Loss Prevention who reported a subject had just stolen approximately $500 worth of merchandise. While exiting the store, the LP attempted contact with the subject. The subject dropped the merchandise and fled on foot. While fleeing, the subject removed his jacket, facemask and hat, presumably attempting to change his general appearance so responding officers would not recognize him. Officers responded to the area and located the subject in an apartment complex nearby. He was arrested and later booked into King County Jail. 

 ANOTHER HOME DEPOT THEFT—

18300 BLOCK 120 AVE NE: On Jan. 3 around 5:55 p.m., officers responded to a theft in progress at Home Depot. The suspect and his accomplice were located, arrested and booked for theft charges.

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